Holy Trinity was built over 4 years 1855-1859 and consecrated in 1860. It is in a picturesque setting on Lake Dawson in a little Laurentian village in the Gore Municipality. It is a stately stone structure with a red steel roof, often the subject of artists' easels and photographers' cameras. It seats 85 but can accommodate 100+ with added chairs particularly at Christmas. Music is a combination of traditional and more modern guitar and banjo. Bilingual services have been added in recent years and are welcomed by the greater community.