Trinity Central’s morning service meets at the Vancity Theatre (1181 Seymour St.) in Yaletown, near downtown Vancouver, on Sundays at 10:30am. We’d love to see you there!


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Trinity Central’s evening service meets at Hillel House, 6145 Student Union Blvd, UBC, Vancouver on Sundays at 6:30pm. We are currently on a summer break but services will resume starting on Sunday, August 20. We’d love to see you there!

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Welcome to Trinity Central, a Vancouver church with services in Yaletown and UBC. We are committed to making God central to our lives and our world.

We meet on Sunday mornings at 10:30am at the Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour Street, Vancouver and beginning August 20 on Sunday evenings at 6:30pm at Hillel House, 6145 Student Union Blvd, UBC, Vancouver. You are very welcome to join us!


Membership: making God central to our lives and our world.

Becoming a member of Trinity Central

Membership is one of the joys of church life. Jesus calls us to so much more than attending a Sunday meeting – He calls us to be joined to one another, to belong to one another. He invites us to grow in faith and spiritual maturity together. Trinity Central is a church family and you are…

What’s on in July?

Let’s pray together and move mountains At Trinity Central we love to pray together – it’s one of the things that we really get excited about. When we pray together Jesus says that we can “move mountains” by faith. There are many “mountains” in our lives and in this city that need moving, so please…


Leaving my Comfort Zone

Vancouver is a great city. Beautiful, vibrant, diverse, with so much to offer. But good as it is, not everyone thrives here. Vancouver also faces the challenge of poverty and disadvantage, with a large population of homeless people living on the streets. The Visible Homeless It’s many years since I lived in a big city, and when I did I was naive, eyes closed…

Have you met Jesus?

How do we get to know people? Unless you are an expert Facebook stalker (or you work for the NSA), you typically get to know someone based on what they tell you about themselves. We use stories to both get to know other people as well as letting other people get to know us. This…

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