Charlotte Street runs North-South and Trinity Church is found between King Street (King’s Square) and Princess Street. The main entrance, with the big red doors, is on Germain Street and those doors are open during services. There are stairs to climb at this entrance.
Trinity Anglican Church is wheelchair accessible via the Charlotte Street entrance. There is a wheelchair ramp at this location. Please note that the exterior door on Charlotte Street is heavy, and does not have an automatic handicapped door opener. Charlotte Street enters the “hall” area of the church, and once inside the building , a ramp leads directly into the Nave.
All three floors of Trinity Hall are accessible by elevator, and there is an accessible washroom near the Bennett Room, in the hall portion of the building.
Cruise Ship Visitors:
Trinity does not have its own parking lot, but there is plenty of space on the surrounding streets as well as a public parking lot on Charlotte Street across from Trinity’s Charlotte Street entrance. This parking lot is available for free parking evenings and weekends. During weekdays please park at a metered spot on the street.