08
Jan 2015
We are recruiting

We are looking for someone to join our office team as an Administrative Assistant for ten hours per week. If you can thrive at the heart of a busy church office, helping us to ensure the smooth working of Trinity Churches, we would love to hear from you. You can download a Job Description and an Application form here. The closing date for applications is Thursday 29 January 2015, with interviews taking place in the first week of February. If you woild like to discuss this role further, or need any more information, please contact us...

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01
Jan 2015
Spring 2015 Preaching across the Parish

Resolutions, diaries, and diets… The New Year brings new opportunities in many areas of life! As January begins we’re going to be picking up where the Christmas story ends, and be focusing on what it means to be “living for Jesus” as disciples of Christ. At Holy Trinity in the morning services we’re going to be looking at the life of worship, as we walk alongside different people from scripture who encountered God. As Augustine wrote “You have made us for yourself and our heart is restless till it finds its rest in you.” For Augustine to be a human is to long for God – a longing fulfilled only in the act of worshipping God. We are to love God with heart, mind, soul and strength, and both corporately and......

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14
Dec 2014
Hampers from Cafe Connect

It’s been a difficult year. We hear of all those who rely on Food Banks to provide basics for day to day living. How hard it must be to live in those circumstances.  And yet, generous folk donate willingly to help others out in their time of need. Again this year, we have to say a huge thank you to all those who have provided hampers and parts of hampers for the clients of Shrewsbury Homes for All (SHA) via Café Connect. We are told what a massive impact it makes to the Christmases of these folk and their families. They have only just to get by each week so the generous donations which give them some treats makes Christmas so much better. The customers and neighbours of the Café have......

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19
Nov 2014
This year's Christmas appeal

At a number of our Christmas services we will be inviting you to donate to two excellent causes as part of our Christmas appeal. Please look out for announcements about how to give at our services, or you can drop a donation in at the church office in the Trinity Centre Internationally, our Christmas appeal will this year be supporting Tearfund, an international charity who support some of the most needy people in the world in countries like Syria. Locally, our gifts will go to the Shrewsbury Foodbank, who offer food parcels to those in crisis in our town.  This is part of our regular support, including food collections at Holy Trinity Meole Brace. We very much hope you will feel able to supprt these excellent causes....

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19
Nov 2014
Start in January

Questions about life and the basics of the Christian faith? Why not try the Start course in January? Running over five Wednesday evenings and including a meal, Start is free and open to all. You can find more details here  ...

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06
Nov 2014
Seeking Christmas memories at the Trinity Centre

In the run up to Christmas, guests, Trinity Centre visitors and church members are being invited to share their Christmas memories. If you  have a favourite Christmas memory, or a present that you would like Jesus to being to y0ur house at Christmas, you can let us know below. The replies received will added to the Christmas display in the Trinity Centre....

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30
Oct 2014
Ready to come and pray?

‘Bookings’ are now open to join us as we pray 24/7 for a week at the end of November. Click here for more details and to access the on line booking form, or you can sign up at any of our services. We will  also be inviting local people to tell us what they would like us to pray about.  Cards will be available in our churches from 2nd November. For more information, please contact us....

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14
Oct 2014
Christmas starts here?

We’re asking an important question again this December. When does Christmas start? In department stores it starts in mid-July. You start to hear ‘festive tunes’ in other stores from the end of the summer. The doors open on Santa’s grotto. In October we see Christmas ads on the telly, but the retailers are out of step with their customers because for most people the season starts on December 1st. That’s when it’s ok to start writing cards and dig out the decorations from the attic. Let’s not let the High Street set the agenda. We want to be reminding people that Christmas starts with Christ. The statistics are shocking. Just 12 per cent of adults know the nativity story in any detail and more than one third of children......

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02
Oct 2014
Where is your frontline, please let us know?

We would love to hear about your frontline, if you are a member of the Trinity Churches family, use the survey below to tell us more. It has been so encouraging lately to hear about how different congregation members are recognising where their ‘frontlines’ are and being open to how God might use them in the places he has put them. And it has been a great encouragement to go out and visit different people on their frontlines and encourage them and see them in action, and we are keen to continue to do this. In order to help us find out more about people’s frontlines and how we as a church can pray for them and support and equip people better in those places, we’ve put together a......

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