We look forward to seeing and hearing from you. You may be church member, a friend or visitor.
You may have recently moved into the area and are looking for a friendly church where you can worship.
Or you may want to find out more about our excellent facilities for hire.
Whatever your circumstances, you are most welcome at Trinity church.
Pilots is starting up again on Saturday 5 September at 4pm with games, activities, crafts, stories and lots more.
Are you aged between 5 and 11 years old? Do you like making friends, playing games, being creative, adventurous, crafty and active? Do you like learning new things and exploring the world?
If so then Pilots is for you! Come along to the Mansel Road Centre and see what we do.
Revd Dominic Grant and Sarah Elliot will be leading ‘The Emmaus Course: The Way of Faith’, an 8 session programme that aims to help you on your own journey of faith by exploring many of the big questions that Christianity raises. It will take place on Thursdays from 8:00 to 9:30pm in the Mansel Road Centre, beginning on Thursday 1 October.
It is aimed primarily at those who are new to the Christian faith; however, depending on numbers, it may also be suitable as a refresher course.
Sessions will include: believing in God, the life and ministry of Jesus, the Holy Spirit, learning to pray, reading the Bible, belonging to the Church, serving the Lord, learning to love, and sharing the faith.
For the full programme, further details and/or to sign up for a place, please e-mail Sarah on email@example.com, or sign up on the sheet in the Mansel Road Centre.
Last year’s course participants said:
“I was very grateful that the Emmaus course acted as a helpful ‘refresher course’. We were asked: why believe in God? Why be part of a church community? And how would you explain these to a non-believer? We shared our own experiences and faith-journey in life. We discussed how we would go about creating a house church from scratch, with a limited budget. We explored the life of Jesus in the gospels. And we concluded with a look at the Beatitudes, what we understand from them and what we don’t!”
“For someone who has been to Church her whole life, the Emmaus was more than just a refresher course. It offered teaching but was also very thought provoking, supportive and gave the opportunity to get to know people better than you can when you just say ‘hello’ on a Sunday morning. I would highly recommend it.”
“Well into my 80’s, this course has been a refresher for beliefs learned from my very earliest days in Sunday School then church. Plus importantly, how to expand and practically share my beliefs with others. I valued also the openness and confidentiality we were able to have.”
Left to right back row: Michael, Mike, Katrina, Barry, Dodie, Sandy, Lesley, Sam, Ron, Norman, Lilian, Isobel
Left to right front row: Roger, Gareth, Cathy, Margaret, Hannah, Gillian Read More
Sunday 23 August
11:00 Morning worship with baptism
Sunday 30 August
11:00 Morning worship
Click here to see the Record for the one-day recalled General Assembly that took place in June 2015.