Whoever you are, wherever you are coming from you are welcome at Trinity.
Please use the contact details given here to get in touch with us.
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.
Perhaps you are planning a wedding, a christening, or a funeral service for a loved one.
Or you may want to find out more about our excellent facilities for hire.
Whatever your circumstances, you are most welcome at Trinity church.
Our service on Sunday 6 December will be led by the Revd David Marshall-Jones (retired URC minister and our former Interim Minister) and will include Holy Communion. We are glad to be back again in the church for worship.
Would you like to attend church on Sunday 6 December?
We have taken many steps to ensure everyone is as safe as possible, and we look forward to seeing you, but please note the following:.
Please join us for a few minutes each Wednesday, between noon and 2pm, to pray with the Trinity community
Pray for our emergency services, always ready at any time of day or night.
This is National Grief Awareness Week. Pray for all those who have lost loved ones over the last year. Pray for those whose loss has been obscured by the enormous impact of Covid-19. Pray for the organisations which provide support to bereaved people.
Pray for Myanmar, Thailand (World Council of Churches Ecumenical prayer cycle)
Our online worship for Advent Sunday is led by the Revd Alistair Cumming (Church of Scotland minister, Clerk of the Presbytery of England).
The Bible readings will be Isaiah 64: 1-9 and Mark 13: 24-37. If you would like to follow the text of the service, you can read/download it by clicking here.
With thanks to Alistair, to Andrew our director of music, and to Mike and Pam for Bible readings and prayers of concern respectively.
Please aim, if possible, to start watching the video at 11:00am on Sunday so that, even in our separation, we can be sharing together in worship. However if that’s not possible or convenient for you, do make use of the video at whatever time suits!
If the embedded video above is not working correctly, you can also view it by clicking here.
Sarah Elliot says: ‘Here are the resources for tomorrow’s Junior Church at home. The theme is ‘waiting in the dark’.
There’s a nice activity to blindfold a child/young person and give them a collection of various coins. They have to pick out the 10ps from the selection. Then discuss how activities like this are harder ‘in the dark’. There’s also a good activity of baking a cake in a mug – the key to baking is being alert, knowing when the cake is baked = the key to tough times is being alert to God’s presence.