ˇˇ We Are Back!!



We are now open for regular Sunday morning worship services.

Here are some details you may want to know:

·       You won’t be required to call ahead to reserve your seat anymore

·       We will have no attendance restrictions (no number restrictions)

·       If our sanctuary is full, you will be seated in the hall to watch and participate in the service

·       We can sing with our masks on

·       We still must physical distance ourselves

·       We still must refrain from hugging and shaking hands

·       We will continue to do contact tracing

·       You will screen yourself for any symptoms at the door before entering (a list will be posted as you enter)

·       You will sanitize your hands with the provided hand sanitizer upon entering and receiving your bulletin

·       If you feel unwell, please do not attend church service

·       We will continue to broadcast via video, zoom or audio for those who are unable to attend

·       And most importantly, please enjoy yourself!

up a link in order to do so (click here for the Zoom connection)

A Prayer For Stressful Times

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Bible Study

July 2021 - Mark 6:14-29 -The Death of John the Baptist

Hymn Selections Played By Our Choir Director Stan Stinchcombe

Covid-19 Messages From Catherine, Ian and Sheila

April 5, 2020 to August 29, 2021

September 5 - Welcome Home Sunday Watch the Video

September 12 - Pentecost 16 Watch the Video

September 19 - Pentecost 17 Watch the Video

September 26 - Pentecost 18 Watch the Video

October 3 - Pentecost 19 Watch the Video

October 7 - Thanksgiving Sunday Watch the Video

October 17 - Pentecost 21 Watch the Video

October 24 - Pentecost 22 Listen to the Service

October 31 - All Hallow’s Eve – All Saints Day Watch the Video

November 7 - Peace Sunday Watch the Video

November 14 - Pentecost 25 Watch the Video

November 21 - Reign of Christ Sunday Watch the Video

November 28 - Advent 1 Watch the Video


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November 2021 Newsletter

Activity Calendar

Fellowship Sunday Schedule

Sunday Greeters List

Financial Reports

Minutes For Mission

Current Order of Service and Announcements

Sunday Sermons

Trinity Rental and Use of Halls

Trinity Accessibility Standards

Who are we? When do we worship? How to contact us Our Staff Regular Activities Upcoming Events History of Trinity United Church  Local Web Links

Trinity United Church is a landmark in the centre of Verona, Ontario, (aerial photograph of Verona) a village of about 1,000 people, located about 30km north of Kingston, Ontario.

Verona is on the southern edge of the Canadian Shield, an area noted for its rugged beauty. Within the Verona area, there are over a dozen small and medium sized lakes. In the summer months, the population of the area expands considerably as the seasonal residents return to spend time at their cottages.

View our latest order of service and our current announcements.

Who are we?

Trinity United Church is a member church of the United Church of Canada. We are a congregation of over 100 families from the Verona, Harrowsmith and Sydenham area.

When do we worship?

You are welcome to join us on Sunday mornings at 10:00 am. There is also a relaxed weekday service at 4:00pm on Tuesdays. From September to June, there is Sunday School for the children at the same time as the worship service. You can listen to the service at 88.7 FM if you are within one kilometre of the church building.

Regular Activities

Choir Practice

Thursdays - 7:00 PM

We have an SATB
choir (JPEG Picture 24K) of about 12 members. Our Music Director  is Stan Stinchcombe. We welcome any new members who are interested in singing with us.


Upcoming Events

Current announcements

History of Trinity United Church

The northern part of Frontenac County is very rugged and unsuitable for farming. As a result, the first settlers did not arrive in this area until around 1850. The earliest economic activity in the area was mainly lumber and mining (mica, feldspar and iron). The rugged landscape made transportation difficult and it was not until the construction of the Kingston to Pembroke Railway (K&P) in the 1880's that the area began to open up.

Jacob B. Snider, one of the first settlers, was the first lay Methodist preacher. He held meetings, traveling by horseback from house to house until the school-house was built.

The first Methodist church in Verona was built in 1886 on land donated by Alexander Spike. The original frame church was destroyed by fire in 1910 and was replaced with the current structure. The church is constructed of brick with a high ceiling with open rough-hewn crossed beams. A large stained glass window of "Jesus at the Door" faces the street. A circular stained glass window of the "Good Samaritan" is in the choir loft at the front of the church. The Christian Education wing was added in 1968.  The Christian Education wing underwent extensive renovations in 2006.

In 1926, the Methodist Church of Canada, the Congregationalist Church of Canada, and most of the congregations of the Presbyterian Church of Canada amalgamated to form the United Church of Canada.

In 1968, the Verona Pastoral Charge, which consisted of Verona United Church, Bellrock United Church, and Godfrey United Church, was combined with the Harrowsmith Pastoral Charge to form the Harrowsmith-Verona Pastoral Charge. At that time, Verona United Church was renamed to Trinity United Church

In 2016 our sister church, St, Paul’s United Church in Harrowsmith, closed and amalgamated with Trinity.

Local Links

The following links provide information on events and happenings within Verona and the greater Kingston area.

Verona Community News and Information

Contains information on the activities, events and businesses in the community of Verona.