Doing Church Differently

Following advice from PCI, all face-to-face, group activities, including our Sunday services, have now ceased until further notice. 

So during the current situation, we are looking at new ways to do church.

Sunday 22 March

On Sunday morning, 22nd March, at 11 am, Stephen will bring us a message via Facebook live. We will get back to the book of Mark in the lead up to Easter. To join in, please find us on Facebook @trinitybangor then click follow.

Later on Sunday, the same message will be posted on YouTube.

For those who are not on Facebook (or not even much on computers normally): go into your browser, (maybe google/safari) and search YouTube; then, when you get to the YouTube home page, put ‘Trinity Bangor’ into the search bar and click return and our content should appear.

Click here for Stephen’s invitation to gather together, while living apart, this Sunday.


We are in an ever-changing situation and, over the coming weeks, we hope to develop creative ways for us to keep in touch, love one another and those around us and share the security we have in God. We are planning to keep you informed about these.

 “And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” Colossians 3:17.

Keeping Connected

Please let your friends and other members of our church family know about this Special Announcement, especially if they do not regularly use email or social media, and may not have heard yet.


1. If they have an email address but have not provided it to Stephen or the Church Office already for this purpose, please ask them to consider doing so now, by sending an email to this address:

2.   If they do not have an email address or do not use email, please ask them to consider asking a family member, friend or trusted contact (someone with whom they plan to be in contact during periods of self-isolation) to agree to providing their email address to the church office for the purpose of keeping our Trinity member connected and informed via the family member, friend or trusted contact. 

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