What are Life Groups?

Life Groups are at the heart of Trinity life.


They are smaller gatherings of the Trinity family that meet on a regular basis to help provide opportunity for connection, growth, and encouragement in our faith.


These groups meet mostly in homes across Cheltenham and surrounding areas on weekday evenings.


If you’d like to join a Life Group, or would like further details, then please fill in this quick form, we'd love to hear from you and get you connected.


Life Groups Form

Introducing New Interest Based Life Groups!

Running for a limited time, these groups provide opportunity to meet and share mutual interests whilst also enjoying fellowship and prayer together. These groups are great to invite friends to.


Below is some information on groups available.


If you’d like to join an 'Interest Based' Life Group, or would like further details, then please fill in this quick form, we'd love to hear from you and get you connected.
Interest Based Life Groups Form

Interest Based Life Groups!


Global Mission Focused Life Group

Like a regular Life Group meeting to pray and encourage each other on a personal level but with a focus on praying for Global Mission, persecuted church, and our Trinity mission partnerships.


Online (mainly) Life Group

When Jesus said ‘Give and you will receive’ was he describing a formula for business success, how to fundraise or how to pay for lunch? At this life group we’ll be taking a look at this and other biblical principles with a lighthearted perspective, whilst journeying together through the ups and downs of life, building community the Trinity way - with heaps of grace and understanding. We’ll meet via Zoom some of the time and face to face at other times, affording some flexibility for different lifestyles and needs.


Neurodiverse Life Group

This Interest based Life Group is for those who identify as neurodiverse and for those who suspect they might be wired differently. We’ll be looking at our core identity, who we are in Christ, through the lens of our differently wired brains. (Examples of neurodiversity include ADHD, autism/ASD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, Tourette syndrome and Synaesthesia). We’ll be exploring what it means to be made in the image of Christ, how we live out our calling with the strengths, talents and gifts He’s given us.

Details here! 


Mountain Biking

Dust off those pedals and join us for a few rides up & down Leckhampton Hill (with a pit stop for chat, fellowship & snacks.) Open to discussion on riding vs pushing the bikes uphill! To start in the spring (on a weeknight, once there’s enough daylight)… let us know if you’re interested!