Trinity Catholic Church
Trinity Catholic      Church

Worship at Trinity

You can join us for Mass seven days a week with an opportunity for confession and to pray the Rosary 1/2 hour before week day Masses, and for Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament every Friday after 9 am Mass.  

 

Children of all ages are encouraged to attend our weekend Masses and for the very young and their parents, if needed, there is a special room available which looks into the main sanctuary so that you can still participate in the Mass. The "Crying Room" is to the immediate left as you enter the main door of the church.

 

For  children in Kingergarden to Grade 3 we also offer two Children's Liturgys in room 217 during the Saturday Mass and the Sunday 9am Mass.  The children collect at the rear of the Sanctuary at the beginnng of Mass before processing to their class, and return to the Sanctuary for the liturgy of the Mass.

 

Come and try it out! A family that attends church together will be strong to weather any storms that life  brings.

Contact Us

Trinity Catholic Church

6234 Spartan Rd

NamaimoV9T 2N9

 

250 390-2612 250 390-2612

trinitycatholic@shaw.ca

trinitycatholicnanaimo.ca

https://www.facebook.com/trinitycatholicparish/

Office Hours

 SEP 11-JUN:

Mon          9 am - 12:45 pm

Tue-Fri     9 am - 1:45 pm

SUMMER:  Jul - Aug

 Wed-Fri   8 am -  1:00 pm

CLOSED:   

+ Mon Dec 25 - Mon Jan 01

+ Weekends              

+ All statutory holidays

Worship Times

Schedule Changes

 

         

Regular Schedule

Mass:          

      Saturday   6 pm

      Sunday      8 am

                          9 am

      Monday     6 pm

      Tue - Fri    9 am

Children's Liturgy:

      Saturday   6pm           Sunday      9 am 

Confession:

        1/2 hr before

        Mon - Sat

        Masses

Rosary:        

         1/2 hr before

         Mon - Fri Masses

Rosary Cenacle:

         Thursday  1 - 3 pm

Adoration:  

          Friday  9:30 -  10:30 am

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