Church Of England
The Church of England’s National Website www.churchofengland.org
St Ann’s is in the same benefice with Holy Trinity and we share a vicar.More information about about St Ann’s can be found on their website www.stannswarrington.org.uk
Liverpool Diocese website www.liverpool.anglican.org
Warrington Street Pastors
Warrington Street Pastors website www.warringtonstreetpastors.co.uk
Warrington Youth for Christ
WYFC aim to take the good news of Christ relevantly to every young person Find out more at www.warrington.yfc.co.uk
Church Mission Society
Church Mission Society website www.churchmissionsociety.org
Our CMS Africa Mission partner is Jean Bosco who is director of Kimbilio in DR Congo. Their websites are:-
Tearfund are Christians committed to following Jesus where the need is greatest. God has called Tearfund to serve those living in poverty, regardless of race, gender, nationality or religious belief. They long for new life and a new sense of worth for people. Tearfund work to end poverty and share the gospel which has the power to transform lives and heal communities. Find out more at the Tearfund website www.tearfund.org
CPAS is an Anglican evangelical mission agency working with churches, mainly in the UK and Republic of Ireland. Their mission is to enable churches to help every person hear and discover the good news of Jesus Christ. More information at the CPAS website www.cpas.org.uk
The food bank was set up by the Trussell Trust Organisation who work in partnership with local churches and organisations to bring food to communities throughout the uk. There are now 275 foodbanks in the network.
For further information about the Food bank, how it works or to get involved please visit the Warrington food bank website.
At Holy Trinity we use Fairtrade tea and coffee in our coffee bar.
Fair 4 All is Warrington’s dedicated Fairtrade shop. For more information about Fair 4 All see the Fair for all Facebook page.
For more information about Fair Trade in Warrington see Warrington Borough Council website/fair trade
Christians Against Poverty (CAP) work with local churches to help people with Debt and also help with job clubs. For more information about CAP see the CAP website.
HOPE is a catalyst for local church mission in villages, towns and cities. For more information about HOPE see the HOPE website.