Holy Trinity is a lovely ‘country style’ church with a very welcoming community and has been gifted with exquisite stained glass windows that have been donated by parishioners over the years. The centre light of the East window (over the altar), depicting Christ as the Good Shepherd, is in memory of Rev. John E. Taylor with the Gospel light depicting a figure of St. John the Evangelist in memory of William S. Harding and Mary Rowena Harding and the Epistle light depicting St. Andrew in loving memory of James R. and Lillian V. Henderson, Harry B. and Gertrude Dodge,

Jennie Tapley, Charles and Susie Brundage and Lena Hall.  The West window (back of church) is a memorial to Samuel Prince and his family.  The Centre light depicts Christ the Teacher, and the side lights contain family crests. The North windows (left side) depict Jesus Increased in Wisdom and Stature in memory of Ethel Lillian Brown; Christ as the Sower in memory of George M. Brown; Jesus as the Word Made Flesh presented by Jane and Bill O’Brien; Jesus as the Fisher of Men dedicated to all clergy of the parish by the A.C.W.; Mary the Mother of Jesus placed by the A.C.W.; and St. John 4: 13-14 in memory of Harold W. S. Harding. The South windows (right side) depict Jesus as the Light of the World in memory of Hattie and Jean Henderson; Behold I Stand at the Door and Knock in memory of Nettie and Harry Henderson; Let the Children Come Unto Me in memory of Percy Henderson; Christ Crucified in memory of Rev. Stanley G. Tomes; He is Risen in memory of Isaac and Agnes Saunders and Keith and Pearl Dickson; and He Ascended into Heaven in memory of Fannie, Winfred and Annie Darling. The Narthex light depicts Holy Trinity Hammond River presented by S. Carolyn Henderson and the Chapel Reredos was designed by Judith LeClue and quilted by members of the parish.