Whether you are new to Christianity and want to find out more, or whether you have moved to Bangor and need to find a new church family, please continue visiting our site to get a flavour of life at Trinity.
A good place to start is the About Trinity Bangor page. We enjoy welcoming people into our church community, which is greatly enriched by its blend of long-standing and recently arrived members.
If you are new, then the best place to start visiting is probably one of our Sunday morning services. We meet at 11:00am in our church building. Our morning church gathering is very family-friendly, with a fully supervised creche (Kingdergarten) running throughout the service. Children from age 3 are able to leave the service after the opening section, to move to the halls for their own age-tailored programme (Kingdom Kids).
In addition to the 11am service, young people, from Year 8 to 6th form have the opportunity to become involved in 945BC .
Occasional sessions for parents, where older and younger parents meet together over coffee to share experiences of family life, also happen during this 9.45-10-45am timeslot.
On the first and third Sunday evenings of each month we get together in the halls behind the church (entrance via Bingham Street carpark). It’s a café-style set up and we begin at 6:15 with coffee and a chance to catch up with a chat, leading at 7pm into an hour-long gathering, focussed as below:
1st Sunday of the month – a relaxed, ‘unplugged’ evening, allowing us to explore together ‘spending time with Jesus in a way that allows us to become more like him’. (See our vision statement here.)
2nd Sunday of the month – an evening allowing us to connect with what is going on in the lives of Trinity members currently serving overseas and with what God is doing throughout the world more generally.
At Trinity we run a number of fortnightly small groups (‘Lifegroups’), meeting at different points in the week. These are based around the Bible and aimed at helping people in every stage of life come to know and follow Jesus. You can find more detail about these by clicking here .
Currently we are using our time together in Lifegroups to follow up on an ongoing, Sunday-morning sermon series in Mark’s Gospel, talking through what following Jesus might look like in our individual lives and life within our community.
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Alternatively, you could begin your exploration with the video below.
Need more information?
Please speak to Stephen or Rob (or any member of the church family) after any of our services or contact us via church office, which is open Wednesday – Friday mornings.