Welcome to the Family!

As a youth ministry we exist to enable young people to become followers of Jesus who transform society with him.

Whats on

The best way to keep up to date with what is happening is by checking out our calendar, please click the link below.

Youth Calendar

Who’s Who

Here at Trinity we’re blessed to have a dedicated team of volunteers who seek to serve our young people. They’re our heroes!

Meet the Team

Parental/Legal Guardian Consent Form 2020/21

In order for young people to attend Trinity youth we require a parental consent form to be completed.
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Whats on this Spring!

Welcome to 2021 – Parents Zoom Call with Tim O’Leary

As we begin 2021, they’ll be an opportunity to join a 45minute ZOOM call with Tim O’Leary (Youth Pastor) as he shares our hopes and intentions for the term ahead. To maximise opportunity, there are three separate opportunities to participate throughout the first week of 2021.

Sign up for- Monday, 4th January, 7:30pm Sign up for- Thursday, 7th January, 7:30pm
Youth on Sunday Mornings on ZOOM

As we begin 2021, we’re going to be having an online gathering for all of our young people (Yr7-yr13) on ZOOM at 11am.

Day: Sunday

Frequency: Every Week

Time: 11am- 11:45am

Where: ZOOM

If you want more information on how to access the Zoom call, contact youth@trinitycheltenham.com


Pioneer Projects

In 2021, we’ll be relaunching ‘Pioneer Projects’. Pioneer Projects are spaces designed to encourage young people to pioneer Jesus centred projects that seek to make the world a better place. Pioneer Projects already confirmed for the spring term are Podcast, Minecraft and Worship (with more on their way). Details for confirmed projects are below:

Minecraft Pioneer Project (Online)

Day: Sunday

Frequency: Bi-Weekly (commencing 17th January)

Time: 5pm-6pm

Where: Zoom

Sign up

Podcast Pioneer Project (In-Person)

Day: Tuesday

Frequency: Bi-Weekly (Commencing  Tuesday 26th  January)

Time: 7:30pm-8:30pm

Where: Trinity House Green Room

Sign up

Worship Pioneer Project (In-Person)

Day: Sunday

Frequency: Bi-Weekly (Commencing 28th February)

Time: 3pm-4pm

Where: Trinity House Ground Floor

Sign up
Emotional Wellbeing Group (in Partnership with Kintsugi Hope) 

Our emotions have been given to us by God. They are a gift from Him. But sometimes, we can find ourselves in situations where we are unable to process or even handle these powerful things called emotions.

As a youth ministry, we are committed to supporting our young people through the ups and downs of life. Given this, we’re excited to continue our partnership in the new year with Kintsugi Hope as we launch another Emotional Wellbeing Group.

The Emotional Wellbeing Group will run at the same time as our Sunday Morning Youth Sessions, meeting for consecutively for 6 weeks, on Sunday Mornings.

Together, we will be looking at topics such as Honesty & Self Acceptance, Depression, Anxiety, Perfectionism, Shame and Anger. During each session we will spend time eating together, then watching a short video, before having a chat all together plus a work book to take home.

These Emotional Wellbeing Groups are a super safe and cosy environment where everyone is welcome, and where everyone is supported.

Day: Sunday

Frequency: Every Week (Commencing 21st Feb)

Time: 10am-11:30am

Where: Trinity Fusion Main Room

Sign up
Huddles

As we look ahead into 2021, our firm hope is to relaunch ‘Huddles’ (our small group ministry for young people) in-person in the spring term. As we seek to do this in a COVID secure way, we’ll be inviting all our young people (Yr7-Yr13) to come together centrally at Trinity House every other week on Tuesday for food (fingers crossed), a short reflection on scripture and time spent in their huddles with their leaders as together we share life and pray for one another.

Day: Tuesday

Frequency: Bi-Weekly (Commencing 2nd March)

Time: 7:30pm-9:30pm

Where: Trinity House Ground Floor

Safeguarding

During this season we are wanting to At Trinity we take safety very seriously. We believe that everyone should be able to engage with God and our church family in a safe and welcoming environment; especially children, young people and vulnerable adults. We work really hard to ensure that this happens as best we can – please check out our safeguarding page for more information
Visit our safeguarding page