Due to the coronavirus outbreak, all church services are currently suspended.
Our Minister is Rev'd Debora Marschner
We are a welcoming multi-ethnic church and we often have newcomers who pop in to see what the services are about. Many of the newcomers return to worship with us. We have Holy Communion about once a month, and everyone is welcome to take the bread and wine. Everyone is invited to stay for tea, coffee and a chat after the service.
We have Coffee Mornings every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and lunches on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month. Everyone is welcome to just come along, no booking is required.
We share our building with a Philipino congregation who meet on Sunday afternoons, and we have occasional joint services, always with food afterwards.
The Garden is a resource offered to individuals, churches and other groups.
People are invited to come and ponder the beauty of creation, and wonder about our creative God. Here can be found peace in the garden's stillness- shielded from the hustle and bustle of the main road only a few yards away. Here there's the opportunity amidst the "busyness" of modern life to relax, let go the tensions of everyday living; for as long or short a time as appropriate: just to be.
The Garden is available on Tuesdays, Thursdays or Saturdays during the regular Coffee Mornings (why not get a drink and take it into the garden whilst relaxing...weather permitting of course!), or by prior arrangement for Quiet Days or other structured events, such as outdoor worship, children's parties or barbecues. At such times the Worship Room, which opens directly onto the Garden, and the kitchen and toilet facilities can be made available as well.
Please click on the document titled 'Trinity Woodhouse' for some more information.
Please contact: Robert Jackson on 0114 269 5263 or firstname.lastname@example.org, for details.