Café Church is an alternative approach to worship. It’s still a church service but instead of sitting quietly in rows, we sit around tables, drink coffee, eat a few biscuits or buns and enjoy worship that is relaxed and accessible. We still sing songs, say prayers and so on but in a more interactive way. So, if you’re looking for a service that’s engaging for all of the family, then this is the service for you. It is held on the fourth Sunday of each month at Holy Trinity at 3.00pm.
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Sunday school takes place during the 10:00 morning worship at Holy Trinity on the first Sunday of each month. The classes take place in the school room at the top of the steps near to the entrance. Lots of fun activities take place as the children learn about Jesus and God’s love for them.
The congregation love to see and hear about what the children have been doing and they get the chance to share when they join in the latter part of the morning worship.
At the moment, we don’t have a children’s programme for every single week at Holy Trinity. So, that’s why we have children’s activity bags available for children who join us for the morning worship. These are full of fun-filled activity/craft ideas. There are some small tables and chairs for the children to sit at or if they prefer they can work on their activities in their seats and even take them home to finish off later.
Trinity TeaTime is held on the second Thursday of each month at 3.30pm at Holy Trinity during term-time. Following a similar format of the much-loved Trinity Toddlers, it is a short, informal act of worship, teaching and fellowship for children and carers alike. Although there’s no age limit, the worship is aimed at primary school age and children must be accompanied by an adult.