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ABOUT US

TRINITY AURORA IS A VIBRANT AND INCLUSIVE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY,
ROOTED IN THE ANGLICAN TRADITION AND WELCOMING PEOPLE FROM ALL AGES AND WALKS OF LIFE.

OUR VISION

We exist to connect spiritual journeys by welcoming people into meaningful experiences of christian worship and spiritual formation, and through engagement in the wider community and world.

WHAT WE DO

Trinity Aurora is a parish in the Diocese of Toronto, and we support many initiatives through various diocesan projects and programs. Want to learn more about the Diocese of Toronto?

ANGLICAN
TRADITION

The Anglican Communion is an incredibly diverse body, governed by an Episcopal structure (bishops, priests and deacons).  There are over 70 million people around the world who identify as Anglicans, making Trinity Aurora just one member of the third-largest Christian Tradition worldwide.

EST. 1846

Trinity Church Aurora has been a significant feature of this community for over 175 years, and we have been blessed to be a part of the spiritual foundation of our town. Are you interested in church history and archives? If so, we have some fantastic resources on the history of this parish.

Meet The Pastoral Team

Rev'd Karen Hatch

Incumbent

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After having served for over seven years as incumbent at St. Margaret-in-the-Pines in Scarborough, Karen brings her many gifts to Trinity Aurora in April 2019. Karen values the depth of the Anglican tradition and was raised as a Christian in this tradition.

Karen is married to Brian, and lives in Richmond Hill with their cat, Edward.

Rev'd Daniel Graves

Associate Priest

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Fr. Dan is the associate priest with responsibility for Christian education and faith formation.  He served previously as the incumbent of Trinity, Bradford and St. Paul’s, Newmarket.  For many years, he was the manager of the Anglican Book Centre. He regularly offers courses on Scripture, theology, and church history at the parish.  He also writes and publishes on Anglican history and theology, and especially the work of the sixteenth century theologian Richard Hooker. He is married to Athena, and they have two children, Leighton and Ana.

Likes: Ballroom dancing, walking, reading and writing

Life at Trinity

Outreach

Priest Holding Book

Pastoral Care

Refugee

Initiative 

Native Drums

Aboriginal

Initiative 

Stewardship

Plastic Bag in Ocean

Green Team 

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Trinity Anglican Church of Aurora is part of the Diocese of Toronto and the Anglican Church of Canada

ABOUT

Office Hours are 8:30 AM to 4 PM Tuesday to Friday. We always check emails and phone messages on a regular basis during the business day. The office will be closed on Mondays until further notice.

905.727.6101

79 Victoria Street

Aurora, Ontario

L4G 1R3

 

info@trinityaurora.ca