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Welcome To Trinity CRC

Welcome to the Trinity CRC Church!

If it’s your first time at Trinity, you’re our honoured guest.

We understand showing up at a new place for the first time can be nerve-wracking, so here’s more information about the Trinity and what you can expect.

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Pastor Rich De Lange


It’s a great joy to see what God is doing here at Trinity as we’ve grown in so many ways. I love serving in this church where God’s people are loving each other, caring for the needs of our larger community, and seeking to know and love Jesus more passionately. We are people on a journey with Christ our Lord.

Pastor Tomas Axeland

I am excited to be able to serve this church and join what God is doing here. In my role as Discipleship Pastor here, With Paul who says in Collosians 1:28, I hope to “present everyone fully mature in Christ.” I believe the best way to do this is through life in the church.

Our Beliefs

We believe that the Old and New Testaments are the inspired Word of God, the only infallible rule for faith and life. We affirm three creeds—the Apostles’ Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Athanasian Creed—as ecumenical expressions of the Christian faith. We also affirm three confessions—the Belgic Confession, the Heidelberg Catechism, and the Canons of Dort—as historic Reformed expressions of the Christian faith, whose doctrines fully agree with the Word of God.

Along with these historic creeds and confessions, we recognize the following Reformed expressions of the Christian faith, adopted by synod as contemporary testimonies: the call for unity, justice, and the witness of Our World Belongs to God: A Contemporary Testimony

Trinity is a member of the Christian Reformed Church in North America. For more information about our denomination visit www.crcna.org.

Our Vision

Intentionally connecting with Christ, each other, and our neighbours, for the glory of God.

Intentionally connecting

Salvation is a gift from God through the work of Jesus Christ, but maturing and growing in that salvation requires our effort. A growing and fruitful faith life is worked out when we are deliberate about connecting with Christ, fellow Christians, and members of the community around us. We join in on the Holy Spirit’s work in our lives and are shaped into mature disciples of Jesus.

(Phil 2:12-13; Col 1:9-14)

With Christ

We are disciples of Christ—hearers and doers of the Word—living in a world that seeks to separate us from him. Christ has purchased us as his own and we stay connected with him by reading God’s word, praying in the power the Holy Spirit, worshiping with other believers, and devoting all of our lives to him.

(John 15:1-17; Psa 1:1-2)

With each other

When God rescues us, we are delivered into his family as adopted sons and daughters. This means that we no longer “do life” alone. We connect with the body of Christ in one-on-one relationships, small groups, and corporate worship, encouraging and equipping each other for the work of ministry.

(1 Pet 2:9-10; Acts 2:42-47; Eph 4) 

With our neighbours

Jesus formed relationships with everyone, even his enemies. He gave us the charge to “go and do likewise,” showing mercy and joining the ministry of reconciliation. We connect with our neighbours by courageously getting out of our comfort zone, building relationships, being a part of the community, and serving using the gifts he has given us.

(2 Cor 5:14-21; Matt 28:18-20; Luke 10:25-37)

For the glory of God

God rescued us, his creation, from the depths of sin and death by his grace alone. In response, we seek to honour and glorify our Creator and Redeemer in everything that we do. Our lives are an outpouring of gratitude for the grace God has given us in Christ Jesus.

(1 Cor 10:31; Psa 115:1)

Trinity Online

If you can’t make it to a service this weekend, join us live at 10:00 a.m. EST on Sundays for an online worship experience.

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