Methodist School House

about imageThe School House has had multiple uses over the years, from its original purpose of being a school house to being used by the Society of United Fishermen (S.U.F.) in the 1950s and then purchased by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador in the 1980s during the Trinity Restoration Project. It was then used for the storage of larger artifacts that could not be on display at the historic sites in Trinity. Since 2013 the building has been leased by Trinity Historical Society and has housed various exhibits. Currently two exhibits are on display at the historic site that detail Rev. John Clinch and those who served in the First World War from Trinity Bight.

To learn more about John Clinch click here.