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Capturing the community

The latest exhibition in the Hub Gallery has rather a special place in our heart. The vision for the Community Hub amongst the members of Trinity Community Church began 20 years ago. There are now over 60 different activities taking place every month. Local church member and former GP, Will Mackean, came to us some…


And that’s a wrap!

A weekend of celebration for all things Trinity culminated in a special service of dedication on Sunday. Led by Rev Ian, thanks were given to God for granting us the vision and skill to re-build our house of prayer to serve the community. A red ribbon, held by children, was then officially cut by Jean…

Mosaic making

Beauty in broken pieces

Our wonderful mosaic, Tree of Life, is almost complete and ready to be displayed. Symbolising what Trinity means to many people in many different ways, the piece of artwork, which has been completed by visitors to our grand opening week, the Ark Experience, is a feast for the eyes. We cannot thank our friends Jo…


We did it!

After months of prepping, planning, and endless hours of hard work from Team Trinity, our Ark Experience Coffee Stop took place this morning, as part of the grand opening weekend. There was a sea of smiling faces enjoying, not only the ark-themed activities, but also the dulcet tones of our very favourite Arthur Geldard Music.…


Ark antics at Trinity youth group

There was fun and games at last week’s Pizza the Action, which picked up on the Ark theme in advance of our grand opening celebration at the end of the month. With animal face painting and rainbow bracelet making, a pizza supper and badminton and board games on offer, it was a great opportunity for…

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Let us tell you a story…

May 24, or Wesley Day, celebrates the anniversary of the day when John Wesley attended a church meeting at Aldersgate Street in London and experienced something which he described as his heart being ‘strangely warmed’. This infilling of the Holy Spirit acted as a turning point in his Christian ministry and the eventual founding of…

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Ponder as you Wander

We really were blessed by the weather for our Ponder as You Wander prayer walk last Sunday. Trinity’s Eco group approached local preacher Christine Beggs and asked her to design a special prayer walk exploring the environment around our church. She did such a wonderful job, and, as we to paused to reflect on the…

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Getting Jazzy at Coffee Stop

The truly amazing Arthur Geldard treated us to his wonderful singing at this morning’s Coffee Stop as part of the Ribble Valley Jazz and Blues event. Every chair was taken, every spot occupied and the kitchen volunteers will be ready for a much-earned rest! We love being part of this hugely-popular community event!

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Sew far, sew good.

Visitors to this morning’s Coffee Stop were treated to live demonstrations from textile artists Sheila Parkinson, Juliet Tomkins and Maureen Wallace, who are the latest exhibitors in our Hub Gallery. The ladies are a small group of textiles artists, who met whilst doing a creative textiles course at Nelson and Colne college in 2009. They…

The Seeker

Drama Group play review

TRINITY’S Drama Group recently performed a thought-provoking performance of “The Seeker” by Stephen Phifer to a packed audience at Trinity Methodist Church. The cast of thirteen, directed with care and understanding by Madeline Adey, expertly told the story of a journalist’s investigation of the Jesus story. Steuart Kellington, as “The Seeker”, took the audience through…

The Seeker scene

Seeking the Truth

A one-act play called The Seeker by Stephen Phifer, was performed by the Trinity Drama Group during Easter week. The story revolves around a journalist called The Seeker who admires the Jesus story from an artistic point of view and hopes to believe it one day. He creates seven imaginary scenes in which he asks…


Flower Power collage of colour

A huge thank you to everyone who sent in pictures of Spring flowers for our Facebook Flower Power feature. Trinity’s Eco Group felt that sharing the beauty of creation throughout the month of March, was a really positive thing to do and we have been overwhelmed by the response. From garden flowers to river bank…