THERE WILL BE NO MORNING SERVICE ON SUNDAY 11 DECEMBER. OUR SERVICE OF READINGS  & CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT WILL BE HELD AT 6.30pm. Do join us for a favourite Christmas Service with choir and congregational carols. Following the Service, mulled wine and mince pies will be served in the Old Hall.  Bring your family, neighbours and …

On the fourth Sunday of Advent, 18 December at 11:00, the service will include  ‘An upside down nativity play’.   This year will be a bit different, with the children playing the role of narrators and adults the costumed characters: Mary, Joseph, angels, wise people and shepherds! Bring family and friends to this nativity with a …

Our worship on the Second Sunday of Advent, including Communion, will be led by Mr Mark Dennis (Trinity Elder & Lay Preacher) at 11:00. We will light the second Advent candle. Whether you attend Trinity regularly or periodically, or if this will be your first visit, you will be very welcome. The Bible readings will be Isaiah 7: …

Our worship on the First Sunday of Advent will be led by the Revd Bill Bowman (retired minister of the URC) at 11:00. We will light the first Advent candle. Whether you attend Trinity regularly or periodically, or if this will be your first visit, you will be very welcome. The Bible readings will be Romans …

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Thursday 24 November at 8pm in the Mansel Road Centre If you have never been to a Church Meeting (or even if you have!) please come along to share in the life and work of Trinity.  We look forward to seeing you. Amongst other items we’ll be looking at An update on the Ministerial vacancy Plans …

This Advent Season, the Worship and Faith Development Team are organising a series of four reflections based on favourite Advent Hymns and Carols.  Each week will be led by a different member of the Team, encouraging us all to reflect on the waiting and preparation for Christmas, using the words of familiar and much-loved hymns. …

The Sunday before Advent starts is marked as the feast of Christ the King. A comparatively new feast, introduced by Pope XI in 1922, it compares and contrasts the kingship of Christ with the passing rulers, realms, and empires of our world. It reminds us of the nature of the King we pledge our allegiance to. …

A traditional Christmas lunch is planned again this year for the Faith in Action service users with a gift for each. Traditionally Trinity members have provided the gifts.  Wrapped gifts, labelled for a man or woman (over 90% of our service users are men), would be very gratefully received.  Suggested items are new hats, gloves, …