HERE FOR YOU
Sunday Service – Online
Join us for our live streamed service every Sunday at 10am.
The service includes a Bible based talk, songs lead by our worship band, prayers and church family news.
If you miss a service, don’t worry as you can catch up here.
We operate a Cascade of Care for our community and are able to provide practical, pastoral and bereavement support to all ages. We are ablso able to assist in meeting gaps in provision for those isolated in the community.
If you are in need of support please call our Care Line on 07598 029449 or email email@example.com
Daily Hope is a free 24 hour phone line mainly for those unable to use the internet, or confined to home. It offers comfort and spiritual support through a choice of popular hymns, prayers and reflections.
For more information please contact Pippa Cramer
Praying For You
We are here to pray for you and with you – whether it’s for yourself, for someone or for something you wish to pray for alongside one of our prayer ministers. No prayer is too big or too small.
4 O’clock Church – Sundays – Online
The 4 O’clock Church is designed for parents and their offspring – usually aged up to 11 – and lasts about 30 minutes. You can join in and sing lively action songs, hear a Bible story and pray together.
For More information or to join the service please email Emma Coy.
Our purpose is to encounter, celebrate and share God’s transforming love.
Our sermons are recorded so you can catch up or listen again.
Below you can find recordings of sermons, our ministers and guest speakers have given at recent Holy Trinity services.
To listen, select the link below to listen online or download. Alternatively, CD copies can be ordered from the Church Office.
- Podcast 84: The Lost Son | Sarah Slater - 19th November 2020
- Podcast 83: Seniors And Pastoral Care | Pippa Cramer - 17th November 2020
- Podcast 82: Children & Families Update | Ada Rugg - 12th November 2020
- Podcast 81: Hope Gardens India | Richard Lloyd - 5th November 2020
- Podcast 80: Tearfund Update | Nigel Harris - 29th October 2020