Trent Durham Episcopal Area Diocese of TorontoPhone: 905-668-1558 ~ Fax : 905-668-8216 ~ E-mail
Welcome to the Trent Durham Area Website
Area Day 2014
Saturday March 1st at St. Peter's Cobourg. 9:30 am to 3:30 pm.
Come for fun, fellowship & learning!
More information .... click here
Trent Durham Anglicans
The Trent-Durham episcopal area has 45 parishes and 69 churches in small towns, rural communities, and rapidly growing urban areas along the lakeshore. It is the largest geographical area of the Diocese of Toronto, stretching from Pickering to Brighton and from Lake Ontario to Haliburton.
Bishop Linda Nicholls is the area bishop of Trent Durham.
St. Peter's, Cobourg, March 2, 2014
Ajax ~ Apsley ~ Bailieboro & Bethany ~ Beaverton ~ Bewdley ~ Blackstock ~ Bobcaygeon & Dunsford ~ Bowmanville
Brighton ~ Brooklin ~ Burnt River ~ Buckhorn ~ Cannington & Sunderland ~ Campbellford ~ Cobourg ~ Coboconk, Rosedale & Verulam
Colborne ~ Courtice ~ Fenelon Falls & Balsam Lake ~ Grafton ~ Haliburton & Wilberforce ~ Hastings & Roseneath ~ Harwood ~ Havelock
Ida & Omemee ~Irondale & Kinmount ~ Lakefield & Warsaw ~ Lindsay ~ Millbrook & Marsh ~ Minden & Maple Lake
Newcastle & Orono ~ Norwood ~ Oshawa ~ Peterborough ~ Perrytown & Gore's Landing ~ Pickering ~ Port Hope -
Port Perry ~ Stoney Lake ~ Uxbridge ~ West Brock ~Westwood ~ Whitby
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