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Peter and Paul, both of them disciples and apostles of Christ, are nevertheless so very different: Peter was a fisherman from the Sea
of Galilee, while Paul was a Greek-educated intellectual; Peter was slow to understand and to act, while Paul was consumed by eschatological urgency. They were apostles with two different styles, they served the Lord in very different ways, they lived the Church in a manner that was sometimes in opposition, but sought to follow the Lord and his will, and together, hanks to their very diversity, they were
able to give a face to the Christian mission and a foundation to the church. It is hence apt to celebrate their memory together, a memory of unity in diversity, of life given over for the love of the Lord, of charity lived in expectation of Christ’s return.
Enzo Bianchi


















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Trinity is a Community of Anglicans and has offered worship and served the local and wider community since 1856. This is a church in the Catholic tradition of the Anglican Church where the worship is offered with great care, with celebration involving ceremonial and musical traditions.  The Mass is at the heart of the Parish Community life.

The present church was constructed in 1876/77, and nearby Trinity Hall and the Rectory where the priests live replaced earlier buildings in 1891/1892. Now rather an oasis surrounded by both commercial and residential zones, Trinity maintains open grounds and a place of relative quiet. The church is open most days, all day. It is surrounded by mature trees and provides a peaceful oasis in the heart of the Valley.

We welcome many and any - Trinity is inclusive of people of differing national origins, lifestyles, the lonely and wounded as well as those who seek just and fair Christian outcomes, based on the values our Lord expounded, practised and taught.




Page reviewed 14 June 2016




Locum tenens
Fr John Cuffe

Parish Office
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

Church Wardens
James Tranter
Phillip Rule

Director of Music
David Webster

Robert Dearness B.Mus., FTCL, L.Mus.A.

Hall bookings and parking
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Vale Fr Trevor
Friday, 10th June, 2016

Dear People of God,
It is my sad duty to inform you that, after having been transferred back to Greenslopes Hospital on Tuesday, Fr Trevor passed from this life to the next at 11:00am today, Friday 10th June.
As we all know, Trevor has left this Parish an enormous contribution through twenty-three years of faithful ministry. His legacy is immense, and he will be remembered with great affection by many, both within the Parish and beyond. So let us rejoice and give thanks for his life, love, and witness to the risen Lord, whom he served with distinction. Well done, good and faithful servant.
During times such as this, we have the opportunity to focus on what it is to be Christians. Trevor faced his ordeal with great courage, and his love for and faith in the risen Christ was unshaken. He knew that for him, and us, death is not the end, but is a transition on the journey to God, which is eternal, and begins with our rebirth in the waters of Baptism.
Trevor’s Funeral and Requiem Mass will be held at Holy Trinity at 11:00am on Saturday, June 25th. Additional parking will be available in the 900 Ann St building site.
May we, with Trevor, rejoice in the Easter victory; alleluia!

Yours in Christ,
Fr John Cuffe
Locum tenens


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