Your First Visit

Trinity is located on the Main Street in Huntsville, a quaint town in Muskoka’s cottage country. You will be drawn to the front doors of the church at the corner and this is indeed a welcoming entrance. There is also a side entrance on West Street, which many people use. There is a drop off area here, with fewer stairs and a ramped sidewalk.


There is street parking and a municipal lot on West Street South. The Huntsville Civic Centre parking lot on High Street is available, too.

An accessible building

The side entrance gives immediate access to Trinity Hall (our large community space), an accessible washroom, the offices, and the stairs to the rooms in the lower level. Once inside, there are wheelchair lifts to provide access to the sanctuary. Whichever way you chose, you will find warmth and—we hope—feel welcome. The lower level is not wheelchair accessible.

A warm greeting and enriching service

On Sunday mornings, greeters are at both entrances to say hello and give you the service bulletin—the program! It will guide you through our service. It also includes announcements to let you know about activities in our church community. You will see that we are an active church and an integral part of community life in this area.

Our service is traditional most Sundays. Dress is casual. There will be a buzz of conversation until the music begins, the choir will enter with our Minister and the atmosphere will quiet in readiness for worship. The service will offer prayers, Bible readings, songs of praise and hymns, —and, of course, a message—usually from our worship leader—will give you food for thought and discussion.

You will be struck by the small-town, community feel of the service, with announcements that include birthdays, joys and concerns of our community members and those watching online. Don’t let this give you the impression that it is a closed community. Far from it. We want to celebrate and include everyone who enters our doors—we are all children of God.

We do hope you make yourself known to us, whether you are passing through town or you are thinking of Trinity as your spiritual home. Hopefully, someone will say hello. We also invite you to fill out a visitor form, found in pew brochure holders throughout the sanctuary. (The back side of the form is blank. Feel free to use it to take notes about the message!)

After the message, an offering is taken up by the ushers. Please put your completed visitor form in the offering plate. You may also wish to make a donation. Tax receipts can be sent out for $20 or more if you fill in and use a visitor’s envelope. They are found in the pews. Remember that, as a visitor, you are our guest and you should never feel obliged to make a donation.

Inclusive community

Trinity United Church is an inclusive community. We accept that, as frail humans, we are all on a journey of acceptance. We welcome everyone, regardless of age, gender, race, ability, class, economic status, gender identity and sexual orientation. Learn more here.


Participation of children in their own faith development and as part of our community is important to us. During the service, there are opportunities for the children to participate at an appropriate level, and normally have a time with the Minister before they leave the service for their own program, if they wish.

Children up to Grade 6 are welcome to head out for the Light Beamers’ Program during part of the service.

Social time

At the end of the service, everyone is invited to Trinity Hall for coffee and conversation. This hall is located through the doors at the front of the sanctuary.

If you are visiting, we hope that you find the spiritual nourishment that you seek. If you are looking for a church home, we invite you to come back. Don’t forget to sign our guest book located in the Narthex at the back of the church sanctuary.

Whatever your reasons for visiting, we are glad you came.