Baptism and Communion TPCBaptism

Those who profess to have faith in and commitment to Christ as Lord and Saviour are encouraged to bring their children for baptism where they reaffirm their faith and promise to bring the child up in that faith.

There are those who want to leave baptism to later and so they ask for their child to be simply dedicated to Christ – while we encourage baby baptism we accommodate those wanting dedication. For those who have no real faith or commitment to Christ, but who want to celebrate the birth of their baby we offer a blessing for that baby where we as a church rejoice in the little one and pray for God’s blessing upon that child.


Communion is celebrated on the second Sunday in February, May, September and the first Sunday in November. We welcome and invite those who love the Lord Jesus Christ to share in the communion with us.

We run communicant classes for those who want to become full communicant members of the church and welcome those who want to transfer communicant membership to Trinity from other churches and denominations.

The Presbyterian Church in Ireland has produced a leaflet explaining what it means to be a communicant member of the Church.