Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Cafe

One of the important programs at the Church Of The Holy Trinity is the Trinity Square Cafe which serves reasonably priced lunches during the week. The cafe is a not-for-profit which runs as a volunteer and training program for people with mental health issues to help them to obtain work in other establishments. They serve soups, salads, and sandwiches with all of the baked goods made on site.  
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16 comments:

Andy said...

You have me interested. My next trip to Toronto I will stop by the church for a better look.

Tom said...

...sounds like a winner!

Lowell said...

I'm liking this church more and more. Just the stone would make me cheer but this cafe is the cherry on top! Wonderful!

Bill Nicholls said...

Sounds like a place worthy of spending you money on some food

Sharon Anck said...

That sounds like very good work!

William Kendall said...

I've known the cafe is there, but never stepped into that part of the church.

Cloudia said...

One can feel the wonderful vibes, and appreciate this companionable little church, P!

Maria Rodrigues said...

Beautiful building.
Greetings
Maria de
Divagar Sobre Tudo um Pouco

Sandi said...

They are doing good work!

Laura. M said...

There is also a church here that is dedicated to helping the needy. Good actions.
Buen mércoles Pat.

Taken For Granted said...

Oh yes, I could stop in the trinity Cafe for a cuppa.

Lesley said...

I should remember this when I am next downtown and want somewhere different to eat.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I like when churches are involved with their communities. And it’s a good sign (glad we both got linked)!

Karen S. said...

You can bet I'd stop to eat there!

Jenn said...

What an great cafe. I hope it is well supported by the locals.

Jack said...

Such a kind mission.