Prayer and Pastoral Care
At Trinity, we want to root everything we do in prayer. As well as encouraging one another in our personal patterns of prayer, we also give specific space in the life of the church for group prayer in different contexts.
We also offer a range of ways of supporting members of our Church family with pastoral and practical needs. We encourage everyone to join one of our Life groups and become part of a smaller network for day to day encouragement and support. There are times though when life brings additional challenges and so we have a team of people who can offer more specialist listening and pastoral care.
For all of us there are times in our life when we need the care and support of others. At Trinity we do not want anyone to feel isolated and left alone to struggle through times of difficulty.
Hopefully many of us will have family and friends we can turn to at difficult times. For members of Trinity we also encourage everyone to be part of one of our life groups- this immediately gives another network of friends who can help. If you are not in a life group please check out the section of this website which guides you about how to join one.
If you think you might need other kinds of pastoral support please click below and one of our team will be in contact to try and suggest ways in which we might be able to help.
Hungry for God
When: 8:00pm – 9:30pm, every second Thursday of the month during term time.
Where: Trinity Fusion building, Trinity Lane, Cheltenham, GL52 2NT
What: Everyone is welcome to join us for this weekly opportunity to seek God through prayer, sung worship and visual artistic worship.
9:00am Prayer Meeting
When: 9:00am, every Sunday.
Where: Créche, Trinity Church
What: An early morning prayer meeting, where we can lift up our God together in worship and praise.
We send out regular emails with requests for prayer. If you’d like to be involved in praying for these needs, or if you have a prayer request of your own, please get in touch.
“We never know how God will answer our prayers, but we can expect that He will get us involved in His plan for the answer. If we are true intercessors, we must be ready to take part in God’s work on behalf of the people for whom we pray.”Corrie Ten Boom
“Prayer is not asking. Prayer is putting oneself in the hands of God, at His disposition, and listening to His voice in the depth of our hearts.”Mother Theresa