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Open Church

The church will be open each week during the summer months on Wednesday mornings 10.30am – 12.30pm to provide aquiet space and opportunity for prayerful reflection. More details here.

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Sunday Evening 17 June

Please note the change of time this Sunday evening – 17 June. We’ll be starting at 5.00pm for hot-dogs – in the courtyard between the prayer room and the steps to the halls, before moving to the Trinity (downstairs) Hall. Come at 5.00 eat, or join us at at 5.30 in the halls, for this year’s […]

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Shopping List for Malawi

Educational Supplies: pens, pencils, crayons, colouring pencils, rubbers, sharpeners, rulers, set squares, paper (notebooks, file blocks, reams), modern children’s encyclopaedias, basic English readers, basic English dictionaries. Health Supplies: cotton wool, soap, gloves (6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8), bandages, gauze, alcohol wipes, needles (19g-23g), digital thermometers, blankets (adult or children), sheets (single bed). Any of the […]

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Data Protection Training Mon 16 April

Monday 16th April from 7.30 pm to 8.30 pm (Coffee Bar). New data protection legislation, taking effect from 25th May 2018, will have implications for how we collect, store, use and dispose of the personal data which we require to manage the business of Trinity and all organisations. Attendance at this training (prior to meeting […]

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Easter Sunday

Easter Morning Celebration: 11AM, Rev. Stephen Orr. Early Evening Easter Reflection: 5PM in Trinity Hall (entrance by the rear door, off Bingham Street Car Park.) Hot cross buns and tea, followed by worship and reflection.  

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Grief Share: final evening of series

The next GriefShare Support Group will meet on Tuesday 9th January from 7.30pm to 9.30pm in the Coffee Bar. The topic for this evening is “What do I live for now?”. This will be the last talk in the current series. We are expecting to resume after Easter.    

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A series of evenings in Bangor aimed at resourcing and equipping Christians to think deeply, live faithfully and serve wisely in an age of accelerated cultural change. The team from Evangelical Alliance will be contributing to this month-long series, hosted by Bangor Parish and supported by the town centre churches. Following a teaching session, each evening […]

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