Welcome to our website, we hope that you will find the information that you need here, if you cannot find what you’re looking for then please email the web editor by pressing on the button below.
Trinity Methodist and all its members offer a warm welcome to anybody who visits the church premises either for worship or to attend one of the many groups that make use of our premises. For more information on what to expect on a Sunday please follow the link below.
For people who use our premises on either a regular or ad hoc basis (for example birthday parties) must agree to abide by our and the Methodist Churches safeguarding policy and our code of Safer Working Practice.
These can be found and downloaded in PDF format by following the links below.
We are very proud of our premises, there aren’t many churches that have their own sports hall. We currently have some space available for regular hires during the week starting in September. Email the web editor as above for more information.
Our notices are produced weekly and keep us informed of the goings on within the church and who is leading us in worship for the next couple of weeks You can find the current notices by following the link below .
Upcoming Services & events.
New Years message from Rev’d Gordon can be found here.
Sunday 19th January 10:30 am. This mornings service is led by Mr Paul Burke who helps us start our Prayers of Scotland Week
6.00pm. Our evening service is led by Rev’d Preben Andersen.
Saturday 25th January. Our annual “Taste of” evening, this year it’s a taste of Scotland on Burns night.
Please look at our notices for more details of future events, this includes details of our new weekly food collections on behalf of Raven House and what they require to aid those who need it the most.
We can also be found on facebook, click on the link to the left to find us.
Trinity Safeguarding Policy
Trinity Guidelines for working with young people
Website uploaded 20.11.15
Message from our new Family Outreach Worker
Hi, I'm Deb Crahart I am the family outreach worker for Trinity and St Julian's Methodist Church. I grew up in the centre of Newport and currently live on the outskirts with my husband and up to 3 grown up daughters (depending on uni term times).
My role is to support the local church in working with families, children and young people. I will do this by visiting people in their homes,working with schools, community groups and through Messy Church as well as other Church activities.
I would love to hear from you. If you would like to know more please email me on: firstname.lastname@example.org