With God’s love, we joyfully welcome and nourish all; with God’s help, we serve our community and beyond.

Camp Hispaniola

Parishioner Marc-Yves Regis is a poet, photojournalist, and author who grew up in Haiti and has spent his life advocating and creating opportunity for the people in his home country. After reminiscing on his childhood memories one day in 2009, Marc came up with the idea to offer summer camps for children in Haiti and the Dominican Republic to provide joy, caring, and connection. For 13 years he has faithfully provided this free service to hundreds of children each year with the help of staff there, many of whom are former campers themselves. 

This is the time of year when Marc is preparing supplies to send to Haiti. It takes a village of donors to gather the needed items, plus funding to pay for shipping and additional supplies. This year Trinity is helping by collecting soccer and baseball gear. Download the flyer to spread the word.

Canton Food Bank Expands its Hours to include Monday Evenings

Starting May 1, 2023, the Canton Food Bank has expanded its hours to make it easier for those who work during the day to access their services. New hours are: Mondays from 6-7 p.m. and Tuesdays from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Learn more about the Food Bank

Join us Sundays at 9:00 a.m. in our Sanctuary  

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Searching for a Priest-in-Charge

We are currently seeking our next clergy leader, who will be a Priest-in-Charge with the possibility of becoming Rector after three years. Interested?

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