Welcome to Holy Trinity Welland
Reverend Tom Vaughan known as Tom, is loving, caring, fun and truly cares about all people. Need to talk to a Priest please reach out as he is always available to help others.
During COVID Tom has provided messages meant to encourage people in the messages of faith. They are at Holy Trinity Welland Facebook, click this link @HolyTrinityWelland
Live Church: Sunday Easter 2021 click here
In Person Church resumes: Sunday September 5, 2021
8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.
You need to register weekly to attend. Email or Phone the office
Masks are required at all times.
Our 10:00 am service will also continue to be live streamed.
Wednesday Noon Services will only be live streamed at the moment.
Please join us Facebook Live
LIVE STREAM Church on Sundays at 10:00 am
on Facebook Live @ HolyTrinityWelland
and WEDNESDAYS at noon
Christianity conversation- the basics- right from your own home with Tom and others. Alpha online- a basic Christianity course to be done from your home on your computer. If you are interested in learning more please click the following link to send an email to: HolyTrinityWelland@cogeco.net
Also Click the Video below to learn more about Alpha
“ Alpha online from the comfort of your home.” Starts Tuesday, March 23rd at 7:00 PM! Alpha is a conversation with us about the basics of the Christian faith in learning about Jesus.” If you are interested in finding out more please contact Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org
Easter @ HTWelland
Christmas @ HTWelland
Christmas Eve Dec 24
@ 7:00 pm this service will be Live Streamed as well on facebook @HolyTrinityWelland
Christmas Day Dec 25
9:00 am will be Live Streamed as well - on our Facebook page @HolyTrinityWelland
Yearly Christmas Community Dinner
December 25 @ 1:00 pm. to 3:00
Please contact the Church to register. We will be delivering the meals this year. No in Church sit down meals due to Covid Restrictions.
A community dinner offered by the Parish Family Members and Volunteers.
Holy Trinity Welland
Holy Trinity was erected in 1877 and is the oldest active church in Welland. The church was designed in Gothic Revival style by architect J. Dunigan. The large tripartite memorial window and castellated tower in the Tudor style at the north end are part of a 1912 addition. The Guild Hall to the rear was constructed in 1909 and later enlarged.