Thanks to all those who arranged and came to the wonderful Messy Church Lights Party today. It was great to see so many people there – a record attendance! Lots of light- and firework-related crafts, then a lively time of music and worship, followed by fantastic fireworks, ending up with hot dogs. If you, Read More
Messy Church celebrated the start of Spring on Sunday, saying ‘Thank you’ to God for signs of new life around us, with crafts, music and worship, and a meal. Twenty-seven attended and enjoyed the activities, with another nine helping. A good time together!
Come and welcome in Spring and say ‘Thank You’ to God at our next Messy Church on Sunday 24 March. at 4.30pm. Bring your friends for two hours of fun, craft, music, worship and hospitality. Sign up in the vestry corridor or email the church office to let us know you are coming!
The Children & Youth Work Team is currently evaluating our work with children and young people as part of our renewal of the Child Friendly Church Award. As part of this process, we are holding a review and future strategy session on Saturday 30 March at 1.30pm. Members of the Children & Youth Work, Read More
On Christmas Eve at 5.30pm, please do come to our Christingle Service to celebrate the Christmas story. A simple service for all ages, but especially for families. Carols and Christingle-making for everyone. If you’ve never made one, now is your chance! It will be good fun. Why not join us? All very welcome – but especially children!
Trinity families and their friends are invited to the Junior Church Fireworks Party at the Mansel Road Centre on Saturday 10 November from 6pm to 7.30pm. Come and enjoy the (gentle) fireworks, along with light refreshments. Cost £7 per family. Please note children must be accompanied by an adult. Please let Claire Wood know, Read More
Today we were looking at the stories of David and Goliath and Daniel with the Lions and produced the accompanying creations! The photo with the kids is a playdough challenge to sculpt three objects from different colours accurately enough for Rosalie to identify them.
Thirty people, young and not quite so young, enjoyed today’s Messy Church on the topic of Prayer. Amongst the activities to help us think about prayer were prayer jars to shake and say ‘thank you’. prayer wheels to turn and see what to pray for (a prayer aid); the Lord’s Prayer in sign language; prayer, Read More
Messy Church is fast becoming an important part of life at Trinity. It is currently being held 4 times a year in The Mansel Road Centre and is an alternative form of worship for all ages and for the whole community. It is interactive, fun, creative, relaxed and celebratory. You do not need to, Read More