Trinity is open for live, in-person, 30-minute services at 4pm on Sundays throughout May. The worship will include prayers, hymns to reflect to (not to sing!), a reading, sermon, prayers for others and a blessing.
There will be spaces for 30 people and in the first instance these will be available to those who have been unable to join us on zoom. Bookings will be taken by the stewards, on a first-come-first-served basis, before 5pm on the Wednesday before each Sunday (please email via the link at the bottom of this page if you want to book). If there are places left, then it will be made open to all until Thursday 5pm. This will enable the track-and-trace element of our gathering. We are not yet in a position to offer Treasure Seekers and we must ask that any children remain near to the adult responsible for them.
All the necessary Covid protocols will be in place. Please wear a face covering and use hand gel on arrival; you will be shown to your seat, there will be no singing, please do not mingle with anyone outside your bubble, there will be queuing and maintaining of distances. After the service please leave the building without congregating near the doors. Only come to worship if you feel well. If you are showing any signs of Covid please follow government advice, stay home and get tested.
These arrangements will be kept under review, and depending on the numbers coming and what is going on with the pandemic - we may need to adapt accordingly. Please keep an eye on the notices for the very latest information.
The church at Trinity is made up of people who love Jesus. The ages of our congregation ranges from 3 to 93 and there is a real sense that we are a family. At the core of what we do is worship that seeks a balance between contemporary and traditional forms. Clear biblical preaching that is relevant to people's everyday lives is a vital element of who and what we are. Most of our services are enhanced and enriched by the use of modern technology, using both visual and audio presentations to illustrate and present different aspects of worship.
In our services we seek to present the Gospel in clear and engaging ways with room to reflect, praise, worship, laugh and sing as we engage with the living God.
As well as having a growing number of young families we also have a thriving children and young people's group called Treasure Seekers. Throughout the week there are a variety of meetings such as bible studies, social groups, a regular walking group (Amblers) and people getting together in a number of ways.
Members of our church come from Clitheroe and a variety of villages in the surrounding area. We are situated on Parson Lane in Clitheroe, next to Clitheroe Castle Field Park and across the road from the back of Booths Supermarket.
To view our Trinity Hub website, please click here.