Welcome to Holy Trinity Church Warrington
Holy Trinity is a Church of England church, in the Diocese of Liverpool.
Whoever you are, and whatever your background, we would love to welcome you to join us in worshiping God. Here are details of our Sunday Services, we hope you find us warm, friendly and welcoming. Whilst Public services were suspended we set up a special page called 'Worship Together and Keep in Touch' to encourage everyone to continue to worship the Lord, pray and serve our community together in new ways. It can be found through the menu or by clicking here.
Holy Trinity Church is open for Sunday morning servicesHoly Trinity is open for coffee and private prayer on Wednesday mornings from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
In the meantime your Church will continue to pray for and serve our community. We will also be continuing to Worship our Lord in new ways as the Church of England develops digital and other worship resources.
As the Archbishops say in their letter "Being a part of the Church of England is going to look very different in the days ahead. Our life is going to be less characterised by attendance at church on Sunday, and more characterised by the prayer and service we offer each day. We may not be able to pray with people in the ways that we are used to, but we can certainly pray for people. And we can certainly offer practical care and support."
We have set up a new page to encourage each other in this time of social isolation. You can find it by following this 'Worship together and keep in touch link.'
Weekday Activities at Holy Trinity
Rev Shirley Cowan
Shirley has significant experience in ministry and community.As a former teacher, she has a heart for schools ministry and has been an active governor of a local school. She is committed to the agenda of helping the church to make a bigger difference and has been actively involved in church community initiatives such as Street Pastors and Debt Counselling.
Our vision is to be a church where all who come are shown the new life on offer in Jesus. We want to glorify God and reflect the love of Jesus in Warrington Town Centre. We preach from the Bible and sing songs that remind us of biblical truths, like forgiveness, grace, salvation, and the majesty of Jesus.
Holy Trinity affirms the Biblical teaching that Jesus Christ sacrificed himself on the cross for all people. This means -
We are a church for everyone and welcome people from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures to all our services and events.
You can find out more about our ministries here on our website including our Mid- Week events, and Coffee Bar which is open every morning except Thursday and Sunday. We also have a leaflet with lots of helpful information about our church, what we do on a Sunday and through the week. Or if you perfer to chat to someone please get in touch, or ask our vicar Shirley or one of our welcome team on a Sunday, or ask Ken during the week at coffee bar. We hope to see you soon!
Holy Trinity and St Ann's walking group will be are getting together again once a month to walk and talk. For information about the next walk click here.
The walking group is currently suspended
If you don’t normally come to church, haven’t been for a very long time, or if you’ve never been at all, you’ll be very welcome. We hope our web site helps you find out more about Holy Trinity Church, Warrington. If
We have several midweek activities that take place in church, anyone is welcome to attend Coffee Bar The Coffee Bar exists to be an ‘oasis’ in the town centre where people can enjoy a rest from the hustle and bustle outside. Coffee Bar is
There are many resources available to encourage you to read scripture on a daily basis daily. The ‘Bible in one year’, Bible Gateway and YouVersion enable you to have the Bible on your phone, tablet, and computer so bringing God’s Word into your daily life.
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Info and news of current events
The WACIDOM concerts are currently suspended. Watch this space
WACIDOM arranges free lunchtime concerts on Saturday mornings in Holy Trinity. While the maintenance work is being carried out at Holy Trinity , the concerts will be held at Bold Street Methodist. The concerts start at 12.30 pm and last for approximately 45 minutes. The programme is largely classical music and is always of an excellent standard.