Summit Success

People were left enthused and inspired by Saturday’s Citizen’s Summit for Climate and Nature, held here at Trinity. Organised by Ribble Valley Climate Network, the event saw a keynote speech by well-known international environmentalist and author Rob Hopkins, as well as many local innovators, community activists and Ribble Valley Borough Councillors. Our own display was…

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Super Susan riding for Trinity group.

TRINITY Volunteer Susan Dewhurst is using all her pedal power to raise money for our wonderful Memories Singalong Group. A vital part of our admin team, Susan will be taking part in Ribble Valley Ride, a sponsored bike ride which sees the entry fee donated to Rosemere Cancer Foundation. The event, on June 11, also…


THY KINGDOM COME: A stunning prayer station has been set up in church to take the form of reflections on Trinity’s beautiful stained-glass window. The nine days between Ascension Day and Pentecost Sunday (this year from May 18 to May 28) is known as a Novena, and the event focuses on this year’s theme for…

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Special Coronation Service

What a special Coronation Service last weekend! Rev Ian challenged everyone to be sheepish when he used the parable of the sheep and the goats to encourage people to serve those in need around us, and in doing so, enthrone Jesus in our hearts. This special service asked the question Who is your King? It…


All change at the Circuit

ALL CHANGE: Much loved Circuit Administrator Tina Hailstone has retired and will be much missed by all. The role is a vital one within the community to enable all churches to carry out their mission. Rev Ian said: “We want to wish Tina a huge congratulations and thank her so much for the way she…

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A year after Trinity Eco-Group’s original bug hotel was vandalised, it has been brought back to life and is once again doing it’s vital work in the fight against Global Warming. Originally the Bug Hotel was built by the children of Treasure Seekers but it was deemed sensible to wait until security gates were fitted…

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Huge success of Easter play

The Easter Play, No Name in the Street, performed by the Trinity Drama Group, was enjoyed by a large audience. Performed at Trinity at the beginning of the month, the 1966 play was transformed to the present day by Kate Walmsley, who was directing for Trinity for the first time along with co-director Madeline Adey.…

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Live Wire fun at Trinity

CHILDREN’S laughter could be heard for miles as this month’s Live Wire definitely lived up to its name! Held on the second Friday of the month, this free session for primary-aged children and parents has a huge emphasis on fun, including a Bible-based story. Last night the children started with a game of cricket before…


Our gallery is open!

SATURDAY’S very special Coffee Stop saw a wonderful turnout for the opening of the Trinity Hub Gallery. As well as our regular coffee stoppers, we were pleased to welcome new families and friends, as well as the Ribble Valley Art4All crew, who were there to help us officially cut the ribbon. The superb work of…


Art4All at new Trinity Hub Gallery

THIS SATURDAY’S Coffee Stop will see the launch of The Trinity Hub Gallery. Kicking off with a collection from Ribble Valley Art4All, the walls of our Rainbow Cafe are awash with colour and vibrancy. The wonderful Art4All crew provide free classes for adults who are either disadvantaged or have special needs. Taught by Frankie Freeman…