1883 - An assistant priest from Christ Church Cathedral is appointed to minister to the Metchosin, Sooke, Highland, and Craigflower areas.
1886 - The mission area includes St. Paul's, Esquimalt.
1891 - A mission of Metchosin, Sooke and Colwood are separated from the parish of Esquimalt.
1906 - District is served temporarily by the rector of St. Mark's, Victoria in 1906, then it is affiliated once again with St. Paul's until 1911.
1911 - A parish including Colwood, Highlands, Sooke and Metchosin is re-formed.
1913 - The Church of Holy Trinity, Sooke, is opened August 10, 1913.
1919 - Church is consecrated March 6, 1919. The parish is also known as the "Parish of Metchosin, Sooke and William Head." The belltower is erected and the bell, installed, in 1919.
1956 - Parish clergy position is vacant in 1956.
1957 - Congregation is served from St. John's, Victoria.
1961 - A resident clergyman is appointed by 1961.
1963 - Metchosin becomes independent, while the parish of Sooke is paired with the Mission of Jordan River under the auspices of St. Martin's, Tillicum.
1969 and 1970 - Parish is known as "Sooke and Port Renfrew".
1971 - Parish becomes "Metchosin, Sooke and Port Renfrew."
1975 - Sooke and Port Renfrew are separated from Metchosin. Holy Trinity Church property is located at 1962 Murray Road.
2002 - November 15 Hexaphone Concert: "Music for Birds, Bees and Bishops"
2004 - Vital Vittles Free Lunch Program is started February 13th in the church building.
2005 - April 4 fire destroys the 92 year old church. Parishioners continue to meet at the nearby Roman Catholic Church and then the Seventh Day Adventist Church. After the fire a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes banner is made and gifted to Holy Trinity church by local quilter Eileen Searle.
2007 - Dec 15 a special service is held to consecrate the New Holy Trinity Church.
2008 - Jan 26 meeting of the Anglican Synod of the Diocese of British Columbia Diocesan Council is held at the church.
2008 - June 1 Revs. Dr. Alex and Nancy Nagy become the new rectors of Holy Trinity.
2008 - November - Holy Trinity, Sooke is the featured parish in the Diocesan Post.
2009 - June - Nancy Nagy is appointed Archdeacon for the Region of Selkirk by Bishop James Cowan.
2009 - June 6 - Alan Moberg Live Performance
2009 - Sep 3 & Nov 26 - Blood Donor Clinic hosted by the parish
2009 - November - Ekoos Concert at the parish.
2013 - Revs. Dr. Alex and Nancy Nagy retire from Holy trinity and relocate to Southern California.
2014 - Newly ordained Rev. Dimas Canjura becomes our new Incumbent on May 25th. Dolly Beaumont also arrives to join us as our new Deacon.
2017 - In 2005, our church bell, manufactured in the United States, falls to the ground during the fire that destroys the building. In 2017, Enertech Solutions of Sooke construct a new tower and re-hoist the bell. In June, Shirley Alphonse, Spiritual Director of T'Sou-ke Nation, and the Right Reverend Logan McMenamie, Bishop of the Diocese of British Columbia, re-dedicate the bell--the first major celebration of Canada's 150th birthday in Sooke that year.
2020 - June 30. The Rev. Dimas Canjura retires as Rector of Holy Trinity. The church, closed since mid-March by provincial and church authorities because of the SARS covid-19 pandemic, does not re-open until August, at which time the parish calls Dimas back to celebrate and properly say good-bye. The church closes again in November.