The Service on Sunday 23 January will be led by Mr Mark Dennis (Trinity Elder & Lay Preacher). Join us for the third in a series of services exploring six questions that God put to people in the Old Testament.  God puts these questions to us as well; and we will try to discern, Read More

A basic First Aid course has been arranged for Tuesday 1 March from 7pm-10pm in the Mansel Road Centre. The course is open to anyone who would like to learn or refresh their basic First Aid knowledge. If you have a specific role in the Church working face to face with people, it would, Read More

Thank you to everyone who supported our Christmas collections for Crisis, the national charity for homeless people.  The final total, including Gift Aid, is £1,375 – a great result.  Last year’s figure was £1,000.

Welcome to Trinity’s Virtual Epiphany Messy Church!   Learn how Epiphany is celebrated around the world. Make a paper crown, print some inky kings and bake a Galette des Rois! It will be here for a while so make sure you watch  when you can!

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Our ‘For Others’ Secretary is pleased to report that the total raised for Gift Day this year has reached £10,700 which with Gift Aid will increase to c.£12,500.  This is about £1,000 lower that last year, but in all the circumstances, a very satisfactory outcome and thank you to everyone who contributed. The following, Read More

The Revd Dr John Bradbury, the General Secretary of the United Reformed Church, speaks about our past and future as we look to next year’s celebrations.  Free tickets are now available for the 50th Anniversary Service of Thanksgiving and Celebration on 1 October 2022.  Click here to learn more and to book your place.

Free tickets are now available for the United Reformed Church (URC’s) 50th Anniversary Service of Celebration and Thanksgiving taking place on 1 October 2022, at Methodist Central Hall Westminster, London, where the Uniting Assembly of the United Reformed Church took place in 1972. The day starts at United Reformed Church House at 86 Tavistock, Read More

The Government has updated its guidelines for places of worship.  Elders’ Council has taken very seriously the Synod Moderators’ guidance to congregations of the United Reformed Church, always remembering that our personal choices have an impact on others.  We still have a legal duty to manage risks to employees, volunteers and visitors. Elders’ Council is in agreement, Read More

We hope to see you at Trinity on Sundays, but if you are unable to make it for any reason you can still worship online. A list of United Reformed Churches that are live streaming acts of worship or offering Bible studies, sermons and services as podcasts, audio files or video recordings is available here., Read More