Tuesday, January 01, 2008
Holy Trinity Anglican, St George, Ontario
Until 1967 Holy Trinity was in a 2-point with St. Mark's Anglican, Brantford. After a rectory was acquired Holy Trinity was made a single point charge. In 1983 it was tied to St. Luke's, Cambridge. In 1987 an arrangement was made with St. James, Paris where a curate would live in the rectory in St. George and Holy Trinity would share the cost of the curacy with St. James. This arrangement lasted until 1991 when Holy Trinity became a single point charge again.
In 2004, Holy Trinity Anglican celebrated its 50th anniversary. As an anniversary project the church's volunteer gardeners created a Meditative Garden.
Rev. Margaret Shortell has been Priest in Charge since June 2004.
Previous Month: St George's, Blue Mountains, Ontario