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Trinity has re-opened its building to public worship on Sundays, which will remain so as long as the district caution level remains yellow.  Please check back for updates should the pandemic caution level change.  Due to COVID-19 protocols, coming to church will feel a little different for a while.  For information on what to expect when you come, please see the VISITORS – what to expect tab on this website.  You can also find information about what is coming up through the tabs on this website. 

While Trinity is able to open up our building for 10:30 a.m. worship once again, we know that there are many who cannot or prefer not to gather in person at this time.  We offer a live-streaming option Sunday mornings via the Zoom platform that you can log in to any time after 10 a.m..  We also record portions of the Sunday morning gathering to be uploaded to our YouTube channel for anytime viewing.  You can find the link to our YouTube channel here:

To access our Zoom Livestream.  If you have a mobile phone or tablet, download the zoom app, and on Sunday mornings, go to the app and click “Join a meeting”.  Enter the meeting ID:  646 070 0716.  You will be asked for a passcode.  Please see the newsletter or call/message the office to get the pass code.    When you enter the meeting, say “yes” when you are asked to join audio, or you won’t be able to hear anything.  You can still control whether your microphone or video is on.  If you access through a browser, rather than the app (on a desktop computer for example), you can just click this link, and it should take you right to the live feed.

You can also listen to the live feed on your land telephone line.  You will have to dial a long distance number, so depending on your phone plan, you may incur long distance charges.  When you dial in, you will have to enter the meeting ID:  646 070 0716, and as part of the zoom security, will be asked to state your name.  Any of the following numbers will access the zoom feed, even though they are routed through different parts of Canada:

1 204 272 7920 (Manitoba); 1 587 328 1099 (Alberta); 1 647 374 4685 (Toronto); 1 647 558 0588 (Toronto);1 778 907 2071 (British Columbia);

1 438 809 7799 (Montreal).  If you have trouble getting through on one, try another!

If you need help accessing Trinity online, you are welcome to contact us via our social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) or give us a call in the church office during the week.

 Church Office

The church office is re-opened, but with physical distancing in effect.  Office hours are Monday – Friday from 9-12 and 1-4.

Stay Tuned

Watch this space for the most up to date information about church gathering options. 

As an Affirming Ministry of The United Church of Canada, we are passionate about inclusion.  Jesus loved everyone and so do we!  We celebrate people of all gender identities, sexual orientations, abilities, races, ethnicities, ages, economic circumstances and family configurations.  Whoever you are and whatever your life story, know that we welcome you to be part of our faith community in whatever way suits you.

Keep up to date with our Facebook group (“Trinity United Church Portage la Prairie“) or find us on Twitter (@churchportage) or Instagram (“trinityportage”).

We hope you enjoy our website.  If you have any questions or would like more information about  anything, please contact us through our Contact page.




November 1 is our All Saints “In Memoriam” service.   Submit your memories and photos by Wednesday (October 28). See our newsletter for more information.

Sunday, November 15 is Stewardship Sunday. Send in your pictures, thoughts or just a word or two of what you’ve been thankful for in these difficult times.  See our newsletter for more details.

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