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article imageDoors Open Toronto 2011: Trinity Square, Church of Holy Trinity Special

By Andrew Moran     May 29, 2011 in World
Toronto - The annual Doors Open Toronto festival continued Sunday as Torontonians participated in the city event. The Church of the Holy Trinity opened its doors to both religious and non-religious individuals to witness its 164-year history.
In a small part outside of the Toronto Eaton Centre, there is a small and cosy square. In the square, there is a water fountain, a labyrinth, a park and a historic church. Although there are homeless people scattered around – the church assists the homeless – it adds to the character of the out of nowhere place.
In October of 1847, the Church of the Holy Trinity opened its doors to the public. The church opened its doors again Sunday as part of the Doors Open event.
Representatives of the church spoke with visitors and offered a self-tour guide pamphlet that provided information on specific parts of the church, including the history of the church – the church was constructed due to an anonymous donation of £5,000 from an individual in England.
For more information on the Doors Open Toronto festival and a list of buildings participating, click here.
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