Welcome to the Family!
Here at Trinity we’re passionate about helping young people become followers of Jesus who transform society for him. We can’t wait to meet you!
Youth Online: Parental/Legal Guardian Consent Form 2020
Every Sunday we stream live at 4pm on Youtube.
Dinner Discussions are a series of short videos released each week. They’re designed to encourage and equip you to have conversations with your family/friends over food about how we live out the teaching found in the bible.
Every Thursday at 3pm we gather together for an hour on ZOOM to play a game together. Whether is be Pictionary. Scattegories or a good old fashioned game of ‘Bring me a…’ this whole hour is dedicated to having a bit of fun in the week. Links for the Thursday Socials are sent to parents who have completed our online registration form for their son(s)/daughter(s)
Each week we’re putting out a podcast with extended cuts of the youtube livestream. You can find our Podcast by searching for ‘Trinity Cheltenham Youth – The Podcast’ on whatever platform you would use to normally listen to podcasts.
WHEN: Tuesdays (fortnightly)
Online Huddles are where we continue to be connected with each other in lockdown. We come together on Zoom with our Huddle Leaders for banter, Jesus chats and prayer. To find out when they’re happening check out our Youth Calendar.
Links for Online Huddles are sent to parents who have completed our online registration form for their son(s)/daughter(s)
THE HAPPIEST TEN MINUTES OF THE WEEK (#THTMOTW)
PLATFORM: Instagram Live
Every Friday, we’re going live on using Instagram Live on the Trinity Cheltenham Youth instagram page as we celebrate the happiest ten minutes of the week. Last week it was a live DJ set. Will it be the same again this week? Or will it be time for something completely different? Tune in to find out.
Parent’s Guide to Youth Online
Life online can be a pretty difficult place to navigate and understand. To help you, we’ve produced a brief overview of the applications and how we will be using them to maintain personal contact with young people so that we can continue in our efforts to grow a generation of young people who are connected with God, connected with each other and connected with the world.