The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in Quebec City, Canada, is the first Anglican cathedral built outside the British Isles. Nestled in the heart of Old Quebec, is the mother church of the Diocese of Quebec and has two parishes of Quebec Parish and the Parish of All Saints.

Worship services

Wednesday at 12:00pm – Noon Eucharist (in English)
Sunday at 9:30am – Paroisse de Tous les Saints (service in French)
Sunday at 11:00am – Choral Eucharist – Parish of Quebec (service in English)

Our mission

The Cathedral complex is open to all, providing a warm and welcoming place of peace

to celebrate the Trinity and the Mystery of our faith
to share our Christian values
to worship, pray and reflect
to be a haven of hospitality to the vulnerable
to be a prophetic presence of nature in the city
to be a voice for justice
to encourage and practice art and music
to cherish and share our history
to guide our youth into the future
to stimulate leadership and creativity
to share and exchange ideas

Contact us

31, rue des Jardins
Quebec City (Quebec) G1R 4L6
Tél: 418-692-2193
Fax: 418-692-3876
visit (@) cathedral.ca

Between the Château Frontenac and the Clarendon Hotel
City Bus (RTC) : between the Cathedral and City Hall
Bus Stops 1134 des Jardins coin Sainte-Anne : number 1, 3, 7, 11, 21, 25 and 125.

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