Join us for Life Explored!

Life Explored. A space to explore the things in life that offer us happiness, and what the Bible has to say about how our desires for happiness can be satisfied.

There’ll be a relaxed atmosphere, high quality content, and good food.

Get in touch with Phil (his contact details are below) to find out more!

This Weekend!

Don’t forget, the clocks change this weekend!!!! (27th / 28th October)

Clocks need to go back over Saturday night! (Or at least before the services start on Sunday morning, to avoid arriving super early!)

Whats Happening This Term in Trinity Youth and Children Work?

Youth and children’s work is central to life at Trinity Church. The main meeting time for our groups is during Sunday morning services. Our desire is for all children and young people to become whole-hearted, lifelong disciples of Jesus. We believe the good news of Jesus is for them right now, whatever their age and therefore we make teaching them about Jesus from the Bible a high priority.

To help our whole Church family understand what is covered during the groups, we have created a series of Term cards which give the titles for each of the groups that are meeting this term.

Download the term cards, and read more information at our Children and Youth work page.

Sunday Evenings in October

On the Sundays Evenings in October we will be running four special sessions on the gospels. October 7: Mark (Phill), 14: Luke (Jonny), 21: Matthew (David Harley), 28: John (Rosemary Harley).

Among other things we’ll be asking ‘what’s distinctive about each one? What would we lose if we didn’t have this gospel?’ Each event will start with a short time of worship and will include plenty of time for discussion.

This will mean a change to the usual service format.

We expect it to run from 6.30 to 8pm.

We hope you can make a special effort to join us!

Unplugged, Sunday 16th September

Following the tragic news of the loss of Ben Davies Unplugged will be shortened this Sunday.

Some of our 11-15 year olds will have known Ben and some may not have. We will therefore try the best we can to respond appropriately to those who choose to come but it will be different to a normal Unplugged and a maximum of 30 minutes long.

Holiday Club Continues This Sunday!

Thanks to everyone who came and was involved in this weeks Holiday Club!

Please dont forget that we’re back this Sunday – 5th August – at Clyst Heath School, starting at 10:30am (15 mins earlier then the normal Clyst Heath start time).

Between now and then, check out some of Sketch’s drawings below:

Please note there will be no morning service at Seabrook Orchards this Sunday