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Quality Street Fair

On Saturday, November 23rd the entire parish came out to work on and support the Quality Street Fair, benefiting the Canton Food Bank and Canton Fuel Bank. A great time was had by all.

Saying Farewell To Rowena
Kids Sing

On Sunday, October 27th, we said goodbye to Rowena Kemp as she moves to her new ministry. We had a wonderful performance by the parish's kids and we presented her with a special gift from the kids.

The Blessing of the Animals

On Sunday, October 6th, we blessed the animals of the parish. Some walk on all fours, some fly, some slither: you name it, we blessed it!

Trinity Helps Locals Celebrate Sam Collins Day

September 21st was the annual celebration of our town father, Sam Collins. The parish was out in force to man the bounce house and our information booth.

Travis Robinson Entertains While Parish Picnics AGAIN

August 25th was the second picnic/eucharist, concert and dinner. We had a good turnout and everyone enjoyed the food and the wonderful music.

Travis Robinson Entertains While Parish Picnics

July 28th was supposed to be an outdoor eucharist, concert and picnic dinner, but because of poor weather, we brought the festivities into the parish hall and over 40 people had a wonderful time.


The Story of Teen Outreach To Our Troops

Click on the picture on the right and see the story of this year's lenten project by Trinity's teens and the warm thank you we received from the troops themselves!

Rowena Kemp Ordained Into The Sacred Order Of Deacons

On Saturday, June 8th, our own seminarian Rowena Kemp was ordained at Christ Church Cathedral in Hartford. A reception was held in the parish hall after the event.

Click on the link below to see a video of the service.

Youth Help Haiti's Poor

On April 27th Trinity Parish Teen Brynthia Pierce joined the youth group (L.E.G.A.C.Y) from St. Patrick’s Church in their Haiti mission during which they fasted for 30 hours and built and lived in cardboard and tarp shelters in order to be in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in that still struggling nation.  They also did community service at Canton High School by packaging up food for delivery to those in need locally.

Many in the parish supported Brynthia by sponsoring her with monetary donations.  All donations will be forwarded by St. Patrick’s Church to their sister parish St. Theresa’s Church in Haiti.  It will be used to feed those in need there.  Thanks to your generosity, your love for your neighbor, Brynthia was able to give $520 to St. Patrick’s Church in support of their mission.

Church/Lunch In The Park - Hartford

On March 30, after making 200 sandwichs and bag lunchs for 100, several Trinity members headed to Bushnell Park to feed the homeless and provide Holy Eucharist to them. There were so many there that we ran out of sandwiches!


Washington March Against Violence

Several buses full of Episcopal faithfuls (including several from Trinity) went to Washington, D.C. on Holy Monday to walk the stations of the cross to call attention to violence in America.

Teen Lenten Project

On a very cold weekend in March, Trinity teens completed their Lenten project by collecting toiletries to send to our troops overseas.

Last Soup Supper of Lent 2013

Cathy Murtha
shares with us The Sacred Space of Iona. She has visited Iona several times and shared her thoughts and slides with us of her trips.

First Soup Supper of Lent 2013

On Feburary 22nd, Pamela Morrison-Wolf and Trudi White shared their thoughts and feelings about
The Sacred Space of Catherine’s Place in Hartford


Fat Tuesday Pancake Supper

Everyone gathered in the Parish Hall to celebrate with food and song before the beginning of Lent. Lots of BEADS!

Delivering Checks From Quality Street To The Fuel Bank & The Food Bank

With a $7,200 result from Quality Street last November, Chairs delivered checks to both the Canton Food Band and the Canton Fuel Bank for $3,600 each



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