During the pandemic
Throughout the pandemic, we continue to follow Government and Church of England guidelines. On Sundays we are meeting in-person at 10am and 6.30pm.
Both services are livestreamed on our Holy Trinity YouTube channel
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10AM AND 6.30PM EVERY SUNDAY
Communion on 1st (morning) and 3rd (evening) Sundays of the month
You are welcome to any (or all!) of our three regular services, which all focus on the Word of God but each have a slightly different style:
10am This informal service includes a blend of sung worship led by music group, singers and organ, children's groups for ages 18 months - 11 years, prayers and a sermon opening up a reading from the Bible. Once a month we stay together with all ages. Refreshments are usually offered after the service, but not currently due to increasing COVID cases in the area. The service is livestreamed on our Youtube Channel live and to catch up if you miss it.
6.30 pm This is an informal service, with sung worship led by a music group and singers, prayers and a sermon opening up a reading from the Bible. Before the service Pathfinder group meets (school years 7-9) and after it, CYFA (school years 10-13), Student Group, and 20s+30s. The service is livestreamed on our Youtube Channel live and to catch up if you miss it.
Please see our calendar for any variations to our normal pattern!
We look forward to meeting you!
What to expect when I visit the church
You can expect a warm welcome, and heartfelt worship to encourage and equip us all for life at work, school, uni and home. We meet to pray, praise, encourage and be encouraged, serve and be served, remember the death of Jesus for us, and hear a relevant talk from the Bible.
What about Communion?
Regularly we hold services of Holy Communion, when we remember with bread and wine the last meal that Jesus shared with friends. We welcome anyone to Communion who recognises Jesus as Lord and would normally take Communion in the church from which they have come. All bread is gluten-free.
Do come and join us!