Weekly notices and messages from our Church leadership team.
This Week - is one of our ‘Gathered Sundays’. Join us online for The 10 and The 4 and in-person at The 6.
Along with every church across the UK, we are constantly reviewing our arrangements for Sunday Worship during the lockdown.
Sadly, two of our Sunday Celebrations - The 10, which happens every week, and The 4, which runs every other week, must be on-line only - you can’t attend in person. It’s not exactly the same as being together physically but join us to worship and experience God at work nonetheless! See the Trinity Onlinesection of our website for details on how to connect.
At The 6 each Sunday we are still offering a short and very simple time of worship in our building - there isn't a worship band and numbers are being kept very low but this is a space for prayer and reflection. Please see the ‘save me a seat’ section of our website for more details and special information on the ways we are keeping people safe.
Great news, work for our Roof+ Development Project starts on Monday! This is another moment to express a massive thank you for all the prayers, giving, and hard work making this possible. While we won’t be able to use the building during the week over the next 6 months, we can still live stream and look forward to gathering there on Sundays throughout the works. We will also be sharing regular updates on progress through Enews. Please keep praying and if you do still want to make a donation as we continue to develop plans for further phases of work, please see the information on our website Give page.
Kingdom Come Prayer Event - Online Only!
On Wednesday 3rd February we have another Kingdom Come evening. This will be on zoom only due to the current circumstances.
The room will open at 7:30 pm for a 7:45 pm start!
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 810 4539 4336
In these challenging times please know that we are with you and can help in a number of ways
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. Through our Prayermail we regularly send out emails with requests for prayer to a network of several hundred people. If you’d like to be involved in praying or if you have a prayer request of your own, please get in touch.
For pastoral support, we also offer a range of ways of helping. We encourage everyone to join one of our Life groups and become part of a smaller network for day to day encouragement and support. If you re not in a group at the moment please join us at Connect as a first step.
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. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring the church office to see if we can help.
If you are new to Trinity or not currently in a Life Group, then Connect is the place to start getting linked in to our church family.
We meet every week on a Wednesday evening from 7.30pm-9.00pm - currently on zoom.
Each week is led by a member of our Church leadership team. There is time to chat and get to know other people, some worship and then sharing around the Bible together, usually using notes provided by our Sunday speakers. We welcome people new to faith as much as those who have been on the journey for a while. All are very welcome!
Please email email@example.com if you would like to know more.
We love hearing stories about what God has done in people’s lives.
We also love sharing those stories with others, through creative media and good, old fashioned storytelling! We would love to know what God has been doing in your life.
Keep in mind that your story is ultimately about giving God glory for what He has done, so specific names of people involved are not necessary.
Your story will be kept confidentially, but we may contact you to request sharing your story at a later date.
We love to stand with each other in the power of prayer.
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.