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.
You will be most welcome to join us at any, or all, of our Services.
Sunday 17 December
11:00 All-age worship & children’s nativity play
18:30 Carols & readings by candlelight, followed by mulled wine & mince pies
Sunday 24 December – Christmas Eve
11:00 Morning worship
17:30 Christing service (especially for children)
23:15 Communion by candlelight
10:30 Christmas Celebration Worship
All our Christmas collections this year will be donated to Crisis – the national charity for single homeless people. The collections will be taken at four services:
Carols by Candlelight (17 December)
Christingle (24 December)
Communion by Candlelight (24 December)
Christmas Celebration Worship (25 December)
The children’s Nativity Play, entitled “It’s your story too” will be performed during the Morning Worship next Sunday, 17 December. Don’t miss it!
This year we will have a very special Service of Carols & Readings by Candlelight on Sunday 17 December with an international flavour. Our readers will come from around the world, following on from the theme of our recent Christmas Tree Festival.
We are excited that we will be joined by Cloud 9 Brass, a dectet of young musicians. Their age range is between 17-21 years old and most of the members are already studying music at university or conservatoires across the UK.
Following the Service, mulled wine and mince pies will be served in the Old Hall.
Come and bring your friends and family. The Service begins at 6.30pm.
Many congratulations to Maria Rice-Jones whose amazing French themed Christmas tree won the “Favourite Tree” vote at our recent Christmas Tree Festival. All the decorations on Maria’s tree were hand made, and she put an amazing amount of detail and humour into her beautiful blue, white and red tree. If you missed the Festival, do take the opportunity next Sunday of having a look at the winning tree (and all the others too, of course). Donations can still be made to Save the Children.