There are a number of groups running at Holy Trinity.
The Fellowship Group is a group of adults who meet regularly to listen to an invited speaker, & spend a brief time in prayer. They meet in the Trinity Centre on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays each month, at 2.30pm. Members are generally (but not exclusively) retired people. But all are welcome.
We have a group specifically aimed at 'younger' adults - we mean people in their 20's, 30's & 40's - called Trinity Lights. Follow the link to find out more.
If you enjoy films, then you're welcome to try our Film Club. The choice of films is democratic & surprisingly wide! The separate page will tell you more.
Choirs & Church Music
If you play an instrument, then there's something for you too. At all-age services we try to have a small orchestra cum band depending on who is available & what they play! Talk to Stella Thebridge, our Music Director, or fill in the form at the foot of the Choir page.
If you'd like to get involved with something more practical, then we have various groups who do things around the church.
The Flower Arrangers do fabulous work, putting flowers in church each Sunday (except for Lent) & decorating more extensively for festivals like Christmas, Easter & Harvest - & even some weddings. New arrangers are always welcome - contact Mary Dixon for more information.
There's a group which cleans the church - they come in on alternate Fridays at 9.30am. And there are a few people who keep the grounds tidy - they're here most Friday mornings. It sounds mundane, but in truth it's an essential job & we're grateful for their efforts. If you're interested in helping talk to Colin Ingley, one of our Wardens.
Another group you'll see around is the bellringers. They ring at 5.00pm on Sundays, at weddings ... & at some of the special occasions like the Civic Service. They
practice on Wednesdays at 8.00pm, & are always keen to see new members, whatever their level of experience. If you're interested
speak with John, our rector - he will pass on your details.