In 1836, Holy Trinity Church was founded as the pioneer church for the colony of South Australia. The building still stands on the corner of North Terrace and Morphett Street and has a strong and growing community.
While Trinity is thankful to God for its past, the focus of its vision is to the future. In the 1990s, Trinity City decided that planting new congregations across Adelaide was the best way of reaching new people. As a result, several churches have been planted, and we are the eighth in 2018. You can find out more about the other Trinity churches via the links below.
1836 – Trinity City (Adelaide)
2001 – Trinity Hills (Aldgate)
2006 – Trinity Bay (Brighton)
2010 – Trinity North East (Modbury)
2010 – Trinity Mount Barker (Mount Barker)
2013 – Trinity Inner South (Colonel Light Gardens)
2015 – Trinity South Coast (Victor Harbor)
2016 – Trinity Grove (Golden Grove)
2018 – Trinity Church Unley
The Trinity Network oversees this growing fellowship of churches that work together to reach Adelaide with the good news of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ and the call to follow him.