On Christmas Eve in the Parish of the Lower Laurentians, there will be services at all times of the day and evening. Please check the Service Schedule for all the times and places for you to worship. Blessings for Christmas and the New Year from your Webmaster and family!

It is no longer Lent. It is not Advent yet. The clergy team has nevertheless decided to make good use of the time we have on our hands as we stay confined in our respective homes and offer two studies starting on the week of April 20th.

Mondays, 1pm to 3pm (7 sessions) – starting April 20th

This is a study on passages of the Gospel of John. It has been put together by the Scottish Bible Society and is entitled “I am”.

If anyone is interested in participating in our Spiritual Reflection group, which is beginning on Tuesday, November 19th, 2019 until Tuesday Decemebr 10th, 2019 (early Advent) please let Wendy know. We will be looking at the video, "Doctirne of Discovery" followed by discussion. This video is part of the Anglican Church's ongoing work and ministry of reconciliation followingthe Truth and Reconciliation Commission. You can call and leave a message with Wendy at 450-562-6381, or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Blessings to all

the new lights smallThe new outside lighting at Holy Trinity was made possible by a bequeath from the Florence Griffin Memorial Fund. It was somewhat delayed as we needed to remove the chimneys and restore the eaves before the lighting could be installed. Ross Cole kindly accepted to be the project manager on this project and has done an outstanding job. We are very grateful for all of the gifts, financial and human, that have made this possible. Bernie MacAulay and then Prevost Lighting did a great job working under Ross’ direction.

Administrator's note: Much of this article was taken from the book Louisa and her Lake, by Herb Montgomery.

louisaThere is a long history of Anglican worship in the community of Louisa including some before there was a church building. We have some relevant information garnered from the Diocesan Archives in Montréal, which gives us an idea of early worship patterns in this area.

A record of 1820 indicates a “Deanery of St. Andrews” and a “Parish of North Gore.”

In 1838 the Reverend Wm. Arnold appears to be in charge of missions at Lakefield, Dunany, Shrewsbury and Louisa. At the 35th session of Synod in 1894, the Reverend A.B.Givens of St. Simeons, Lachute, was acknowledged to have charges at Wentworth and Louisa. Prior to and after 1894 we have excerpts from minute books of St. Simeons, Lachute, and from history records which reveal a pattern of development.