What kind of church are you?

Holy Trinity Church is a Bible focused, friendly church of up to 300 people, based in Nailsea in the UK. We are part of the Church of England and have a strong emphasis on worship, bible teaching and engaging with our local community.

Who goes to your church?

Holy Trinity Church draws people from many backgrounds together into a family that’s on a mission to share Jesus, serve the local community and resource the wider church. There are people representing most age groups and stages of life, and also many at different stages of faith. All are welcome here and can expect to find a warm welcome.

What can I expect to see at a service?

We have three different services on a Sunday, click on the links and find out more…

9.00am is our traditional service.                 10.45am is our family service.                      SIX30 Service is a more informal style of worship.


 

What else do you do?

Our values mean that we don’t just meet on Sundays and forget it all for the rest of the week: we get involved in community projects, debt counselling, parenting courses, youth work, parent and baby/toddler groups and much, much more. It all centres around the fact that we love Jesus because he has changed our lives forever for the better.  Browse our website to find out what else goes on in the building and check out our calendar.

Do you meet at other times of the week?

We think the best way to get more involved is to get connected into a Small Group. Most groups have a mixture of friendship, food, worship and prayer, as well as a focus on mission in the town. Click here for details.

Info for parents

If you are visiting Holy Trinity with children and/or young people, you are really welcome. There is more information on 0-Y6 aged groups here and Y7 – Y13 groups here. We have paid workers who coordinate work in these age groups.  Our Children and Families Worker is Charlotte Crooks and our Youth Worker is Kevin Magner.

Charlotte Crooks