Church of the Most Holy Trinity


The oldest standing wooden church in Newfoundland was built in 1833, with the tower added in 1880. It is open to the public for viewing. Mass is held on Saturday's at 4:00 P.M. in July and August. There is no admission fee for this historic property however donations are graciously accepted. Donations are used towards the regular maintenance and upkeep of the church.

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Built in 1833, historic church, oldest wooden church in Canada that is still used for worship

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There is no admission fee charged for this historic property however donations are graciously accepted. Donations go towards maintenance and up-keep.

Contact Information

Ash's Lane at Pie Corner , Trinity
48.3679, -53.3584 (Download GPX)
Jan 1 - Dec 31
+1 (709) 464 3599
+1 (709) 464 3599


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The Merchant Tour - A Craft & Tourism Experience
This exclusive tour experience includes key historic sites that tell the story of the East Coast Fishery. And because craft enhances our story, the tour includes visits to studios where you will meet local craft producers & artisans. Find out what inspires them to create while you shop for quality, hand-crafted products or that special one-of-a-kind creation. From the Merchant's Plantation in Trinity to Bonavista, your guide is well versed in culture and craft. *Wednesdays & Sundays Only.

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Trinity Historical Society

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