We welcome people from all walks of life to our Sunday worship gatherings at Trinity and we'd love to meet you!
(New to church? Not sure what you should wear, how long the service will last or if you'll be forced to sing? - Find out the answers to these questions and more here.)
Traditional Morning Worship - this service includes written liturgy, hymns and choruses and has a fairly relaxed style.
Family Focus with Creche and full range of groups for 0’s to 11’s and 11's to 14's. All ages gather together for the first part of the service which may include a short talk for children before they go to their own groups.
Messy Church is a great way for families to spend a Sunday afternoon. We begin with refreshments, craft activities and games for about an hour, then we have a short time of celebration which includes the bible story on which the crafts have been based, some lively songs and a prayer. We then finish the afternoon with a sandwich and cake tea for everyone.
Messy Church runs from 3pm to 5pm and is usually on the second Sunday of the month.
If you would like to know more about Messy Church then please contact Sue Le Friec.
Contemporary - this service is a more informal time of worship, teaching and ministry. Jacket Potatoes are served from 6.00pm and the service starts at 6.30pm.
Refreshments are served before and after all services in Trinity Centre.
There is limited on street parking around Trinity Square (Perry’s Town Plan J9).
Parking is also available on Sundays at Sir Charles Frossard House, La Charroterie (Perry’s Town Plan G11) and Albert Pier which are a short walk from Trinity.