Trinity Canton Church, a part of Churches for the Sake of Others, is a Christian community in Manhattan.  Our name reflects our sense of purpose and power: We seek to serve Manhattan (“Canton” being an historical reference to one of Manhattan’s founding settlements) through a dynamic relationship with God the Father, through His son and our Savior and Lord Jesus Christ, in the power of the Holy Spirit (hence the name “Trinity”!).  Trinity Canton has grown out of Alpha, which has its roots in London at Holy Trinity Brompton, and our pastor and his wife serve as Alpha regional directors for the Flint Hills.

We gather on Sunday mornings at 10:30am at 426 Houston Street (across from Houston Street Ballroom), and we continue to run Alpha and other courses on marriage and family life throughout the year.  Visit our About page to learn more, or check out one of our upcoming Alpha courses, an opportunity to explore the Christian faith for anyone.

Our purposefully informal Sunday gatherings–which combine biblical teaching with what the Spirit of God is speaking today–include times for prayer and support for the totality of your life.  Our pastor, the Rev. Dr. Justin Kastner, is a full-time university professor and routinely emphasizes that Jesus’s work–the Kingdom of God–is relevant to the so-called “secular” spaces of life where we all live, work, and play.



For the first time, Trinity Canton Church will hold its services on Sunday mornings (no longer Sunday evenings)!  Starting March 6, 2016, we will gather on Sunday mornings at 10:30am at 426 Houston Street. 


Interested in exploring the meaning of life?  Alpha, a practical introduction to the Christian faith, is a great way to explore.  Our Fall 2016 Alpha runs Oct. 2 – Nov. 20, 2016.  For more information on Alpha, Alpha Mark-12Best-Orange3go here.

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