No Name in the Street

Easter Play

TRINITY Drama Group are set to present Edward Murch’s one-act Easter play ‘No Name in the Street’ on Wednesday, April 5. The story revolves around Holy Week and is dramatic and powerful in its simplicity. The events leading up to the Crucifixion are seen through the eyes of a mother searching for her son. Several…

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TACKLING CRITICAL CLIMATE ISSUES

Spurred on by critical climate issues raised at the National Methodist Church’s annual conference, Trinity Minister Rev Ian Humphreys knew that the church and community hub needed to take action. Help came in the form of one of the older members of the congregation, Archie Whymark, who volunteered to be their Climate Action Champion, and…

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Feb Coffee Stop A4 Poster

Coffee Stop

Join us this Saturday 25th February at 9:30am – 12noon for our monthly Coffee Stop – and on theme for Valentine’s Day, we will be showing our love for the Salvation Army and the support they give to families across the world by fundraising for their fuel poverty campaign which supports local families at this…

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Choir brought much joy to the Valley

The Joy to the World concert on Sunday 4th December featuring Ribble Valley Choir and Orchestra was a resounding success. This annual event took place at Trinity Methodist Church and Community Hub in Parson Lane, Clitheroe. The church was packed with an appreciative audience who enjoyed an engaging, thought provoking and entertaining afternoon. The mayors…

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Cast of Murder at Dunferham Hall

‘Whodunnit?’ this November?

Two “Woodunnit?”evenings will take place on Friday 25th November and Saturday 26th November 2022 at Trinity Methodist Church and Community Hub, Parson Lane, Clitheroe, BB7 2JY. The dastardly deed is acted out in Act 1. The suspects are gathered together at Dunferham Hall to celebrate the engagement of Dolores DaSilva, famous actress and owner of Dunferham Hall. …

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Trinity Rambers after their ascent of Ingleborough 28 Sept 22

Rambling On!

  Trinity Ramblers keep rambling on! The weather might be getting colder but that doesn’t stop the Trinity Ramblers! They climbed Ingleborough on Wednesday 28th September, and what a beautiful September day it was! The Ramblers set off from Trinity at 8:30 every Wednesday – rain or shine – walking 8-10 Miles with a 800-1500FT…

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Rev Ian outside the Eco Coffee Stop

Eco Coffee Stop

Green Thumbs Up from Trinity Eco Group! Our Trinity Eco Group led September’s Coffee Stop with an Eco Theme! The Climate Action Network Group led activities for young people whilst Jenny from Natural England led a planting workshop with top tips for growing healthy plants! We are so grateful to everyone who popped in on…

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Coffee Stop for Ukraine team!

Спасибі

Спасибі and Thank You to everyone who joined us at our Coffee Stop for Ukraine! We were overwhelmed by the response from the community, with a never ending flow of shoes and toiletry donations and a hive of activity happening in the Hub! Thank you to everyone who made this event possible, to those in…

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Draw Clitheroe

Draw Clitheroe! On Saturday 6th August, Trinity was part of the town-wide Draw Clitheroe event! Over 180 people visited our terrace and became pavement artists for the day. Archie Whymark, Trinity’s Eco Champion, and the Eco Group led the butterfly chalk drawing and, through this, raised people’s awareness of the Climate Crisis and how this…

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Play Reading

Trinity Drama Group were reunited last week at the play reading for their November production of ‘Murder at Dunferham Hall’! This will be performed on Friday 25th and Saturday 26th November 2022 – tickets will be on sale in Autumn. Audience members will receive a meal between the 2 acts of the play – an…

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