Mission Partners

Mission Partners

Missionary Work supported by Holy Trinity

God loves everyone and he longs for people to know of his love for them and to have a relationship with him. The bible in Mathew 28 v 19 tells us to share the good news about Jesus with everyone.

As a response to our faith in God, Holy Trinity supports a number of missionary societies who are sharing the good news about Jesus, and seeking to show Gods love in practical ways. We are also supportive of initiatives that help people in this country who are struggling financially in the current economic climate.

Our Missionary partners are :


CPAS support the evangelism of local churches by developing Christian leaders, equipping churches with much-needed resources to help them grow, running Venture and Falcon holidays for thousands of 8-18s each year and appointing evangelical clergy through their patronage work. Find out more on the CPAS website.


Warrington Youth For Christ take the good news of Jesus Christ to relevantly to young people in Warrington through their ministry. They exist to see young people’s lives changed by Jesus. They do this through their work with schools, their youth work, thier events and trips, their detatched work, their partnerships with churches and their young leaders academy. For more information see the WYF website

Church Mission Society

Sharon works with people with learning difficulties, teaching them life skills and sekks to enable them to become independant. For more information about Sharon and to read her latest news letters please visit the CMS website


Congo Children Trust is a UK based charity which is mobilising a grass roots international network to support the Kimbilio project, who support the needs of children living on the streets in D.R. Congo. Through Kimbilio, their partner in D.R. Congo the Congo Children Trust non-profit has been working hard to support street connected children in Lubumbashi, the largest city in the former Katanga province and the second largest in D.R. Congo, and the wider region. ​They aim  to protect, nurture, educate, and empower the most vulnerable children in D.R. Congo. For more information visit the CongoChildrenTrust Website

We also support the following initiatives : 

Food Bank 

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 more information visit the Warrington Foodbank Website

Fair Trade

At Holy Trinty we use Fair Trade Tea and Coffee.

Fair 4 all – Warrington’s dedicated Fair Trade stall is in the centre of Warrington Market. Fair 4 All aims to raise awareness about Fairtrade and provide a retail outlet for fairly-traded products that will benefit producers in developing countries. For more information  about Fair Trade in Warrington  see Warrington Borough Council website/fair trade

How you can support Fairtrade

By supporting and promoting fair trade products and issues we can all do something practical, simple and positive to ensure that producers from developing countries receive a fair price for their products.

CAP Money Course 

CAP been advocating for, and supporting people experiencing debt and poverty since 1996. They work with and equip UK churches to help support those in poverty in their communities. And lives are being transformed. For more information visit the CAP website

Warrington Street Pastors

Street Pastors are trained and uniformed volunteers from local churches who patrol the streets of Warrington town centre each Saturday and some Friday nights from 11pm to 5am.

What do Street Pastors do? They seek to calm aggressive behaviour, administer basic first aid, freely distribute water, flip-flops, exposure blankets, call an ambulance, reunite often incapable young people with their parents all in a non-judgemental way. Street Pastors do not Preach or proselytise.

Does it work? In the first year of operation, Cheshire Police showed arrests due to Anti-Social behaviour, drink and substance abuse were down by 26%.

For more information visit the Warrington Street Pastors Website and the National Street Pastors Website