Sundays are a big part of Church life- we love gathering together on a Sunday morning as a whole family and so we'd love to see you!

What does a typical Sunday look like?

We meet together from 10.30 am for around 90 minutes. We love families, and so we welcome kids of all ages! Don’t worry if your kids get restless or noisy during the service- feel free to move about as you need to! The first part of the service we’re all in together. We usually start with some family news followed by sung worship, led by our band. We have quite a range of worship styles from up-beat modern songs, to traditional hymns (often including our beautiful organ!), so there is something for everyone!

After a few songs, our children and youth usually go to their groups, while the adults stay in the main chapel. Typically, we then pray together for the needs of our congregation and the world, listen to a sermon (a talk based on a passage from the Bible which helps us to understand the Bible more and grow as Christians) and sing some more worship songs together. 

During the service we’ll take a financial “offering”- we’ll pass a bag around to collect our voluntary collection of money which helps us to keep the church running. This is predominantly for people who consider Trinity to be their home, and so there is no pressure for you give. 

After the service everyone is welcome to stay for refreshments and a chat to catch up with people you know, or to meet someone new!

The Exception to the Norm

Once a month (usually the 3rd Sunday of the month), we take communion together.  We eat bread and drink “wine” (plain grape juice) as Jesus commanded his followers to do to remember his sacrifice for us!  If you’re with us in person but haven’t made a clear decision to follow Jesus yet, you may wish to just watch what happens, rather than join in, which is fine! Just let it go by, with no worries and no pressure. (If you'd like to hear more about communion and why we do it, get in touch or grab someone on a Sunday morning, we'd be happy to talk you through it!)

Once a month we also have a family service where children and adults all take part in the whole service - these services are more interactive and consciously child-friendly, but, like the best children's films, we also aim to have as much value for the adults too.


We try to make our Sundays as accessible as possible but if you need any special assistance please do get in touch and we’ll do all we can to help. 

(Missed a Sunday? Catch up here)

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