Trinity Anglican Church

London (Lambeth) Ontario

 

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A happy, exciting, active church!  We know God loves us all. Let's celebrate together!

We're growing!  People are discovering that this is a wonderful place for families and individuals to meet with God.

 
     
 

WORSHIP AT TRINITY

SERVICES ARE SUNDAY MORNINGS AT 11 AM  

 
     
  UPCOMING SERVICES AND HOMILIES:  
     
  August 20 Ordinary Time: "Love & Compassion"
  August 27 Ordinary Time: "Secret God"
  September 3 Ordinary Time: "Fumbling and Bumbling"
  September 10 Ordinary Time: "Reading God's Instruction Book"
  September 17 Ordinary Time: Archdeacon James Broadfoot will preach and lead worship
  September 24 Ordinary Time: "It's not Fai-ir!"
         

               Trinity Lambeth extends a special welcome to those who are single, married, divorced, widowed, gay, confused, filthy rich, comfortable, or dirt poor.  We extend our special welcome to wailing babies and excited toddlers.

   We welcome you whether you can sing like Pavarotti or just growl quietly to yourself.  You’re welcome here if you’re “just browsing” just woken up, or just got out of prison.  We don’t care if you’re more Christian than the bishop or haven’t been to church since Christmas ten years ago.

   We extend a special welcome to those who are over 60 but not grown up yet, and to teenagers who are growing up too fast.  We welcome keep-fit Mums, football Dads, starving artists, tree-huggers, latte-sippers, vegetarians, and junk food eaters.  We welcome those who are in recovery or still addicted.  We welcome you if you’re having problems, are down in the dumps, or don’t like organized religion.  (Some days we’re not all that keen on it either, and if you watch our clergy, you’ll know that we’re not very organized anyway.)

   We offer a welcome to those who think the earth is flat, work too hard, don’t work, can’t spell, or are here because Granny is visiting and wanted to come to church.

   We welcome those who are inked, pierced, both, or neither.  We offer a special welcome to those who could use a prayer right now, had religion shoved down their throats as kids, or got lost in the city and wound up here by mistake.  We welcome pilgrims, tourists, seekers, doubters… and you!

Shamelessly plagiarized from Coventry Cathedral, England

         
         
  
 
         
          Trinity Anglican in Lambeth (part of London, Ontario) is a small and beautiful old church opened in 1863. It's surrounded by its historical churchyard and has a beautiful big hall out back. Trinity is part of the Anglican Diocese of Huron.

          God loves the people in this world - after all, that's who made us! At Trinity, we'll try not to judge you for who or what you are or how you believe. God doesn't judge anyone until they're dead... so neither should we! You are always much more than just welcome at Trinity - you're wanted!  Your children are wanted too; there's a bright children's area at the back with many clean, creative play toys to be enjoyed.

          Parking often surprises people - we don't own a single parking spot!  ...but there is drop-off space at the end of our sidewalk, free parking across the road from us at the cenotaph next to the Royal Bank, and if you look carefully along Col. Talbot Road, especially just south of the church on either side, there are a number of places to park in the neighbourhood, so take the challenge: find a space and come to church at Trinity!

 

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Trinity Anglican Church,      
  4307 Colonel Talbot Road,      
  London (Lambeth) Ontario,      
  Canada, N6P 1R2      
  519-652-3641      
  trinity.lambeth@gmail.com      
         
           
                          

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