The people of Trinity are gathered as one of about 30 congregations in the Kitchener-Waterloo Conference of the ELCIC's Eastern Synod. Our community seeks to embrace all of God's people in Christ's name. We further seek to foster a climate of inclusion and of warm relations with people of neighbouring faith communities. Founded in 1834, Trinity is one of two Lutheran churches in a community which includes many Mennonites, Roman Catholics, Anglicans, Uniteds and others. The community of New Hamburg was born in the early 19th Century around a grist mill and has flourished as a small centre of commerce and industry ever since. The population of New Hamburg is about 7500 in a township of about 19,500. The cities of Kitchener and Waterloo are some 15 minutes away while the cities of Toronto and London are about an hour away. Trinity Church offers a broad range of parish ministry in the congregation proper and beyond. As well, Trinity is home to a large number of community-based programs including a counselling centre and community day care program. Trinity maintains a comprehensive website at www.telc.ca where a word of welcome, copies of our parish newsletter and much more are available.
Sunday 9:30AM Anchor Community - Holy Communion - a lively service featuring primarily organ, piano and fine choirs wherein people of all ages find a home.; Sunday 11:30 AM Sanctuary Community - Holy Communion - a gatherin of seeking, searching & settled folk where music, art, conversation and companionship come together in new and interesting ways.