Children and young people
“You’re such a family friendly church and have always made us feel so welcome. To anybody that’s thinking about going to Holy Trinity – don’t think twice, just go!”
Children in services
Children and young people are welcomed and valued as an important part of our church family here at Holy Trinity.
Our 10am service is a Family Service where anyone of any age is always welcome. We have a soft area for younger children to play with their parents or carers during the service. There is space for buggies to be brought in if your baby is asleep, and there are toilets in the church. You are welcome to breastfeed.
Older children have the opportunity to go into groups led by an enthusiastic and dedicated team. Before the children go into their groups they are all invited to come to the front to play an instrument and join in with the children’s hymn.
“[My son] particularly enjoys getting up and singing the children’s hymn with the percussion instruments. As the mother of one of the loudest children ever I feel qualified to say it’s extremely welcoming and non judgemental – thank you, keep doing what you’re doing!”
Other activities for children and young people
During the week we have many activities for children and young people. Open House is our drop-in baby and toddler group who meet each Wednesday morning. It’s open to all.
Each year along with St Peter’s and St Chad’s we hold an Advent Day for children. The children get the opportunity to explore Christmas through music, art and craft.
And we would love to see new young members in our choir. Please see the groups page for more information about the choir and contact details.
“My boys love all the toys and I have never once been made to feel awkward when they are noisy. We are welcomed as friends no matter how long between visits.”
CYG stands for Junior Cluster Youth Group. We meet every Friday in term time at the Trinity Centre from 7.00pm – 8.30pm.
We meet every Sunday in term time at the Trinity Centre from 6.45 – 8.15 pm. There's no cost but you might want to bring a smal…