We have several midweek activities that take place in church, anyone is welcome to attend
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 open every morning except Thursday and Sunday from 10.00 am – 12.00 noon. It is closed on bank holidays and during August.
It is staffed by friendly volunteers who are always on hand to help in any way they can. Whether it’s by offering practical help or just a listening ear, all the staff of the Coffee Bar seek to work towards the church’s aim of reflecting the love of Christ in Warrington Town Centre. Hot and cold drinks are served and we also have a wide selection of plain and chocolate biscuits. There is also a greetings card stall stocked with a variety of cards available for purchase.
The Focus group is an open forum for discussion about what it means to be a Christian. Using the Bible as the starting point, Focus offers the chance to ask open and honest questions and to learn about the Christian faith in a practical way.
The group meets from 12.15 pm – 1.15 pm on Wednesdays and is very varied in its membership. Hot and cold drinks are served and new members are always very welcome to join.
At 10.30 am each Thursday morning there is a traditional said Prayer Book service of Holy Communion, followed by refreshments. The service includes a short talk from the day’s Bible passage and it is a good opportunity for people to come to church when public transport is running more frequently than at the weekend
Friday Lunch Club
On Friday lunch times 12.30 – 1.30 pm Holy Trinity hosts a mixed friendship group, which has evolved out of the support group for recently-housed homeless men, accommodated by the Warrington Christian Housing Project in 1993.
The original guests have all been absorbed back into society, a number are now working!
Wonderful volunteers provide a generous sandwich and cake lunch for the 14 to 18 people who attend. They come from tough situations, often with no relatives nearby, or they may have health problems, and mostly they live alone.
At table we pray over members’ concerns. We’ve taken the group to Christian events locally; and several have done Alpha or ‘Y’ courses.
Trinity at Two
On Friday afternoons from 2.00 pm – 2.30 pm there is a short informal service with hymns, readings, prayers and a short talk. This is a great opportunity to take a break from the rush of the world outside and find a space of rest in God’s presence. The service is followed by refreshments
There is Latvian service on Saturday afternoons. It is an all age service and is quite lively. It is run by a Latvian group of Christians.