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Church of the Holy Trinity, Toronto

(3.6/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • A small local church in the heart of the city,quaint but not impressive. I wouldn't pay to visit,lucky you don't have to.  more »
  • This is a small church near to Younge Street. From the outside it is nothing outstanding but it looks quite nice on the inside.  more »
  • During the building forces out of Gori North of Eaton Center on the West side of the Church. Calms the mind is quietly nestled in a modern building. Birds gathered around the building, it is a lovely space.
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  • This is indeed an active church in spite of the previous reviewer's confusion. They may have been in town during the annual Christmas Story show and called that number instead. Holy Trinity is a very welcoming place with quite a mixed congregation. While definitely an Anglican Church, the congregation has taken stands over the years that are not always in step with the rest of the church. Not your average mainline church. From their website: "The Church of the Holy Trinity is a community of people who seek to express Christian faith through lives of integrity, justice and compassion. We foster lay leadership, include the doubter and the marginalized, and challenge oppression wherever it may be found." The congregation is small, but there's no air of desperation. The usual Sunday service is at 10:30 am and there's a light lunch and sometimes a discussion to follow. Once a month, there is a band that plays more contemporary music although the organ here is quite amazing as well. If you're in the area, it's worth checking this place out. The church is open over lunch time on weekdays as well, although there aren't usually services then.
  • A historic landmark concealed in the huge Eaton centre, go find it.
  • Beautiful architecture.
  • I have been there and it is a lovely church. However i just called & it seems they don't do services but rather service the church as a visitors must see center and a theater for performing plays. The recording said the curent performance is sold out till sept 17th. I will be back far away from toronto by then. I hope to call back & speek to someone if possble, I would like to again visit this once thriving church to which they have now built the entire Eatons center around it! Truly I wish the city had not built an entire shopping mall around it. Dissapointed that with how beautiful i seen it one time. They should the ciyty ruin the aspect of it being a church folks could attand masses at, I here there is much yet they do offer to folks all over!