New to Trinity?
Our Men's Shed is a place for men to make friends and learn new skills. We meet on Thursday mornings, 10-12, at Trinity Christian Community Centre on Lartington Gardens, NE3 1SX. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Trinity office
Every Sunday we meet together to worship God. Our service consists of a worship band, a message from the Bible and prayer. There is something for all ages and we have a great mix of young people and the young at heart, all coming together to worship God here in Gosforth.
Our services are also streamed live on our YouTube channel
We're keen that Faith doesn't start and finish on a Sunday. We offer a variety of small groups meeting throughout the week. Each does something a bit different, but all try to provide a safe place of support and encouragement for living as followers of Jesus today.
Children and Youth
Trinity invests time and resources into the development of your children. We have two employees who are here to work with your children. Our goal is to help them come to faith, see them develop social relationships and to grow in confidence to face the world. We adhere to strict safeguarding policies.
At Trinity Church, we take Safeguarding extremely seriously. We want to ensure that your children, and vulnerable adults, are safe whilst being a part of our Church. We follow a nationally recognised safeguarding system, and more can be found out here:
What we Believe?
Thanks for taking the time to visit our website, the online presence of the Trinity community. We are a diverse, multi-generational group committed to the transforming of our communities by the love of God. We believe that transformation is at the heart of the message of Jesus and that relationships are key to connecting people with that message. At the very heart of all we want to do as a community is to help people to Meet God, Make Friends and Live Life in our day to day world.
We have our roots in the Methodist Church and United Reformed Church, which enables a great union between churches in Newcastle.