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Trinity United Church is still open for business

A submitted article reminding readers about Trinity United Church's services

Submitted by Trinity United Church

Our Little Country Church in the city is alive and well.  

Yes! Our congregation has ben shrinking due to a number of our older members passing away, but we still hold services each Sunday. Unlike some churches that only have one minister, we have four: Pastor Doug Shepherd, Rev. Walter Engel, Rev. Ron Cairns, and Rev. Phil Sigglekow. 

If you are looking for a small, friendly church to join or just to go to for an occasional service, why not give us a try?  We will not overwhelm you, but we will welcome you with open arms. You will probably come to realize that we are supporting and donating to the same organizations and projects that you believe in such as Hunger In Moose Jaw, Salvation Army, Riverside Mission and Transition House, just to name a few.  

We also like to work on fun projects and have heard that our fowl suppers and stew suppers rival any in Moose Jaw. 

We can be contacted at 306.692.5445 or email  We just recently received our own website and can be found on Facebook as well.
If we do not answer, please leave a message on the answering service and we will return your call as soon as possible.   

History of Trinity United Church 

Trinity began in 1909 as a little Methodist Mission on South Hill. The first service was held in a tent at this location, 277 Iroquois St. W.  The congregation moved into their newly constructed church, known as Wesley Methodist Church in 1910.  

Following a tragic fire in 2001, there was about $100,000 damages to the building, which fortunately was covered by insurance. With hard work and the dedication of the members, we were able to reconstruct the main body of the church and have continued to serve the community on South Hill. 

Activities at the church include an active U.C.W., choir, monthly pot lunch, lunches, and holy yoga classes with a certified yoga instructor.

Services are held at 10:30 a.m. each Sunday. Come and join us at “The Little Country Church” in the city – a very informed and friendly church.

Everyone is welcome!

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