Trinity Arts


“Trinity Arts” is a church-based group that was established some years ago to promote Trinity Church as a community venue to offer artistic and cultural presentations. Often there are groups from inside or beyond North Bay that are seeking to use a space like ours to present dramatic or musical productions.

Since its original inception, Trinity Arts has become a flexible vehicle for “lovers of the arts” at Trinity to encourage more local talent by providing the space, the passion, and the logistical know-how to arrange quality arts events at Trinity. 

In recent years, Trinity Arts events have included: 

  • An annual Christmastime fundraiser for “The Gathering Place” which alternates between readings of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol,” and other Christmas themed stories.  
  • Hosting visiting musicians, speakers and drama groups
  • An annual mid-winter “Trinity Coffeehouse” talent night 
  • A “Year of Lear” bringing William Shakespeare’s celebrated “King Lear,” featuring renowned Canadian actor David Fox to Trinity’s sanctuary.  The Year of Lear included Drama workshops, special highschool performances and more.

These events have raised much awareness, been a source of much joy, and have contributed thousands of dollars to “the Gathering Place,” “Hope 2 Kenya,” and other Trinity outreach projects. 

Amongst our many helps and supporters, the folks involved with Trinity Arts have recently included: Nancy Dewar-Stenning, Darlene Laferriere, Rod Carley, Ted Harrison, Michelina Beam, and Lisa Blais, –and many many talented builders, actors, artists, and musicians!