Welcome To Trinity Anglican Church Simcoe

We are a healthy and vibrant mission-shaped parish who seek by God’s grace to live and share the good news of God’s love in Jesus Christ.


Fr. Paul will be on vacation from Monday July 26th to Monday August 9th inclusive.  In case of a pastoral emergency requiring the services of a priest during his time off, please contact Archdeacon Janet Griffith-Clarke or Fr. Enrique Martinez.  Their numbers can be found in this week’s Trinity Times.

On Sunday August 15th, we plan to welcome you back to in-person worship.  Numbers will be limited at each service; as such, if you would like to attend the 10:30 service on Sunday, please contact the office before Friday at noon to sign up.  Online services will continue to be offered until such a time as we can once again fill the church.

Click on the image below to follow along with Fr. Paul at 11am on Sunday July 25th.  The video includes the order of service on the screen and the lyrics to follow along as you sing the Gospel anthem and final hymn.

(The video is available to watch before or after 11:00am on Sunday so if you can’t make it at that time, you are welcome to watch at your leisure.  An audio-only link is under the YouTube link and this may be downloaded to listen offline. 


Click on the small rectangle above left to listen to Fr. Paul lead the service on Sunday, July 25th.  Clicking may open a new window and you may listen from there or download to listen at a later time.  You may have to download the (free) podbean app  in order to listen.

NEW: Listen on Google podcasts.


This week’s Trinity Times can be found by clicking here.

Please note: there will be no Trinity Times published for the next two weeks as the editorial team will be taking a holiday. 

During this unprecedented time, churches and other organizations are reacting to the social distancing requirements of Covid-19 by offering prayers and services online.  Check the Facebook feed to the right for up to date messages from our Bishop, our Primate and our rector.  You do not need a facebook account to read the posts.