FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHO ATTENDS TRINITY?
At Trinity you are welcomed. Regardless of who you are, where you come from, you are valued. Our leaders are described below and we invite you to come and visit us to meet a group of warm, loving people who consider each other family.
WHAT KIND OF CHURCH IS TRINITY?
Today, God has drawn together a leadership team and church family of people who walk together in their commitment in the service of Christ.
We are part of the worldwide family of New Frontiers, with churches in seventy nations. Within Ontario we are part of a collection of churches named Common Ground, who are a family of Word and Spirit churches together on a mission.
WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED?
We are located in the building of Timothy Christian School at:
1735 4th Avenue West in Owen Sound
WHEN DO YOU MEET?
Coffee and refreshments are served at 10:00am. Worship begins at 10:30 followed by a speaker. Children up to the age of 12 are welcome to attend our kids program after worship.
WHAT ABOUT KIDS?
At Trinity, we highly value the involvement and paricipation of children in our ministries. During Sunday School kids are lead by enthusiastic volunteers in a brief discussion rooted in the Bible. This lesson usually involves a craft, games and a snack. As a team, we recognize the importance of ensuring children are safe while attending our church. Every children’s ministry worker at Trinity has been screened, certified and trained as volunteers.
Mike & Jenny Coltman
Mike and Jenny Coltman have recently relocated to Owen Sound from England following Gods call to be leaders at Trinity. They have Gods passion in their hearts for the city of Owen Sound having visited here many times over the past 6 years. Mike and Jenny both served at Kings Church in Darlington before moving here and made this transition with a keen desire to know, love and serve the people of this community.
Richard & Carolyn Petan
Richard is an engineering technologist and machinist who operates his own business alongside Hunter Engineering but prefers playing rugby and mountain biking. He and his wife Carolyn have three children, Mason, Cai and Tatum.
Paul & Pat Westcott
Paul was an officer with the Ontario Provincial Police for thirty years and now works security at Bruce Power in Kincardine. He’s been a part of the church since it’s founding in 1984 and involved in leadership the majority of that time as well. He and his wife Pat have six children, Joel, Kasandra (Brent), Nicole, Josiah, Jesse and Micah and two granddaughters, Madaline and Kennedy.
Michael & Amy Sloss
Michael grew up in New Dundee and attended the University of Guelph to train as a veterinarian. After meeting Amy during university and marrying in 1999, they moved ‘north’ to Owen Sound. Michael and Amy are the proud parents of five children; Sarah, Rachel, Calvin Nathan and Wesley.