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Community Partnerships

Holy Trinity is honoured to participate in various partnerships with community groups and organizations in our city!  Working together helps to create a strong, healthy and effective community.

Here are some of the partnerships which have enlivened not only our community but the life of Holy Trinity as well.  If you are interested in participating in any of these groups, or are seeking assistance they provide, please contact the organization directly (contact information will be provided below).



We are a group of wood carvers that get together to carve and learn from each other. Members of our group range from 19 years old to retired men and women with abilities ranging from beginner to world class carvers. We always welcome new members. If you are a carver or interested in getting into carving come out to one of our carving sessions.  We meet at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (516 Victoria Avenue) on Mondays (1-4pm) and Thursdays (7-9pm).

For more information about our group, events and other useful information, please visit our website at




The Tuesday Afternoon Wood Carvers are happy that Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church have let us
use their hall for many years.

We are a group of hobbiests who share a common interest and enjoy the company of others as we work
on our projects. There is no instructor, as such, but we do support each other with our combined
expertise. Be it with knife or power tools we are creators of projects of all kinds.

You are welcome to join us from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Tuesday afternoons September – November and
January – March/April. Bring your own tools, wood, coffee mug and mask.

There is no fee, but we do collect a donation each session which we pass on to the Church and have a
coin jar for donations to cover coffee and snacks.

Drop in and see what we are up to – Join us until the end of November or call Dick 613-476-4775 to get
the start date for January 2022.



Quantum is a long-term, multi-component intervention program aiming to increase high school graduation rates in students facing various challenges as they enter high school.

The program provides wrap-around care for the duration of the student's high school career. This unique program aims to eliminate barriers to success by providing educational, developmental, community opportunities coupled with a sustained relationship with a caring adult.

The Quantum Program is an evidence-based evaluated program that has had a 70% success rate of High School Graduation, over a 4-year term.‚Äč

Students who are at risk of not completing high school are identified by school administration; Children’s Aid Society, Children’s Mental Health, police and community agencies and are referred to Quantum. Each year a new incoming group of grade nines are added to the Quantum rotation, remaining in the program throughout their education career.  

For more information about our programs, or to seek assistance, please visit our website:

You can also contact Peter Gabriel at 613.968.6628



Community Partners For Success Daycare is licensed through the Ministry of Education under a Family Age Grouping license with a capacity of 15 children enrolled at one time.  This Family Age Grouping allows us to provide siblings with the chance to grow as a family unit in a healthy and safe environment.  We operate with a one room concept where all age groups learn together, with a separate sleep room for up to 6 infants and an outdoor playground.  We have a chef on site which allows us to prepare all of our meals fresh daily, including 2 snacks and a hot/cold noon meal.  All of the staff hold a valid Food Handlers Certificate as well as other necessary training which helps to ensure the highest quality of care for all children enrolled.   
We have 2 trained Registered Early Childhood Educators as well as a trained Classroom Assistant in the classroom.

We work co-operatively with parents/caregivers to provide quality care.

For more information about us, or to enroll your child in our Day Care, please visit our website:

You can also contact Lisa White (Day Care Supervisor) at 613.965.1167, or Christine Stevenson (Executive Director) at 613.965.1167.



The BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha is a spiritual, volunteer-driven faith dedicated to improving society through individual growth by fostering the Hindu ideals of universal peace and love, faith, unity, and selfless service.  The central religious tenet for BAPS is “bhakti”, or devotion to God. Bhakti, when combined with dharma (spiritual knowledge), and vairagya (detachment), leads to one becoming an ideal devotee.  This is achieved in the BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha by devoting oneself to God as per the example set by the guru. The guru is the ideal bhakta of God; hence, the guru guides spiritual aspirants on the path to spiritual bliss, a state that he enjoys continuously. 

Selfless service to society, is a cornerstone of the BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha. The religious founder of BAPS, Bhagwan Swaminarayan initiated this tradition of integrating service with spirituality in the late 18th century through a ground-breaking program of social work. 

Today, our current guru Mahant Swami Maharaj continues this tradition through a wide range of humanitarian activities including: (1) health and wellness; (2) education; (3) environmental awareness; (4) community empowerment and (5) disaster relief.  Together with its international and independent partner BAPS Charities, BAPS and its tens of thousands of volunteers continue to uphold this Spirit of Service, enriching their own lives and the lives of those they serve.

BAPS uses the Sanctuary, kitchen, and Fellowship Hall every Sunday evening from 5-9pm.



We are often asked about “Friendship Quilts”, what are they, who makes them and where are they made. In the Quinte Quilters’ Guild, Friendship Quilts have come to be known as the quilts made for people in need or who are ill in the community. They are distributed through various organizations in and around the City of Belleville. There is a need for quilts year-round for warmth, comfort and for a feeling that someone cares.

Friendship quilters meet the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month at 10 am in the Fellowship Hall.



Belleville International is a non-profit organization established in 2018 by Hardik Patel, a dedicated entrepreneur with the experiences of how hard it can be to navigate his way around in a new culture, a new place and a new area so he decided with the mission in mind to dedicate his time to assisting our community members, including international and domestic students on the “how to” navigate their lives around Belleville and surrounding areas with ease. 

Belleville International is all about providing awareness and understanding of diverse cultures through cultural events and activities alongside easy local shopping needs with businesses that share the passion to bring awareness to Belleville and surrounding areas. We believe awareness and understanding of diverse cultures are important fundamentals to building a vibrant community environment for both locals and newcomers to our area while helping our local economic growth.

We are sure you’re asking how diverse culture awareness and understanding help our economic growth? So we get to gather at Church and share our experience with newcomers area & explain, by providing all our community members with general information regarding jobs, banking, housing, local shops, eateries, events, activities and other important local festivities. 





We want to always be a church that produces life, not only for us, but also for our region and the world.

We are passionate about worshipping the Lord, as a lifestyle, and we never want to miss an opportunity to bless Him.

We believe prayer changes things and that’s one reason we start most of our meetings with extended prayer time.

We love God’s Word and enjoy in-depth teaching each Sunday. We also enjoy studying together at Care Groups.

We look forward to each opportunity to fellowship together, whether that be after the Sunday meeting or throughout the week.

We love being a generous people and it shows in the way we give to each other and those in need.

We believe that the power of the Holy Spirit is available today, and we want to experience more of His power in our lives.

We work at resting, meaning we treat Sunday differently than any other day of the week.

We believe life happens in community and the best example of this is our weekly Care Groups. This is where fellowship and personal ministry collide.

We all have passports and are ready to go anywhere to serve God and serve people.

We are grateful for all God has done, but are hungry for more than what we have now. We are expecting revival for this area.

Wellspring Fellowship worships in the Fellowship Hall and uses the Nursery area every Sunday from 8 to 1130am.




If you know of a community group or organization that is looking for a new or more permanent meeting space, please contact Pastor Rob at 613-969-1257.

We will continue to open our building to our own members and church groups, as well as to the community at large!