We are OPEN – come and see!

Over 2000 individually crafted flowers were unveiled as part of the celebration of the resurrection at Trinity Methodist Church on Easter Sunday, transforming the worship space into a colourful studio for a live service for people to watch from home led by Rev Ian Humphreys. The items had been created as part of a Making…

Open For Easter!

Brighter days are coming! On Easter Sunday, Reverend Ian Humphreys will provide a walk through communion between 2pm – 4pm. We are also open on Bank Holiday Monday 5th, Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th between 2-3.30pm if you would like to enter the church building for a brief moment of reflection and private prayer in…

Building Bridges in 1880

As we look forward to our reopening and unveiling our spectacular new facilities, we are grateful to local historian, Shirley Penman who has discovered this story from the reopening of the Wesley Chapel in a copy of the Blackburn Standard, 6 November 1880. Wesley Chapel Re-opening Services The service in connection with the re-opening of…

Crafternoons on Zoom – LINK TO REGISTER IS HERE!

Volunteers at Trinity Methodist Church and Community Hub are appealing for donations of small handmade flowers, painted eggs, knitted chicks, pom pom creatures and cotton wool lambs to decorate a large cross in the church building for this year’s Easter Sunday service which will be live streamed from the church. Every Wednesday through Lent there’s also…

Peter Wrigley

Family and friends from across the Clitheroe Methodist Circuit and around the world celebrated the life of Peter Wrigley at a funeral service at Trinity Methodist Church led by Rev Ian Humphreys on Friday 11 December. As an organist, Peter was a huge part of the Trinity family and as well as accompanying worship, he…

Zoom at the Inn!

The show must go on! And on Sunday 20 December, it did … with our very special Nativity (via Zoom) entitled “Follow The Star”. Written and performed by the Clitheroe Methodist Circuit, it really was an epic production. They even made their own costumes, props and sets (it’s worth watching just to see that)! Executive Producer, Rev…

Rev Ian’s Christmas Message 2020

Dear friends across our Circuit … and beyond, ‘How silently, how silently, the wondrous gift is given. So God imparts to human hearts the blessings of his heaven’ – name that Christmas carol?! (*see below) Sing it to yourselves! Sing in your houses! Let your neighbours hear you! Christmas is on! Different? Yes! Cancelled? Not…

Buddy Bags Delivered!

Families living in emergency accommodation in Lancaster, Blackpool, Preston, Wigan, Nelson and Burnley have benefited from the amazing generosity of so many people who responded to our Christmas appeal to help The Buddy Bag Foundation. We made and delivered 160 gifts of love in rucksacks for children in crisis situations who may have had to…

End in sight on site!

Hub Development moves step closer to opening in 2021 As we prepare to come out of Lockdown2 and brace ourselves for a dark winter we look forward to a vaccine and an end to restrictions in the new year. More hope and good news too, as we’re delighted to share the latest photos of the…

Trinity’s Climate Emergency Champion

Trinity Methodist Church has committed to becoming an Eco Church. That means that when our doors open again, as well as being a safe and accessible environment that welcomes everyone, we want all our activities to recycle, reuse and reduce waste as much as possible in order to help support our beautiful environment.  We even…

Buddy Bags Appeal

Over 180 volunteers have been mobilised across the Ribble Valley to help us with our Christmas challenge for The Buddy Bag Foundation. These bags of love will be going straight to a local emergency care facility to support a child in a family needing to leave their home for safety, protection and specialist support. We have…

Harvest Appeal

Our harvest appeal is for the Ribble Valley Foodbank and the work they do at a time of growing need and challenge – at the harvest service we will pray for their work, and donations will be blessed – these can be dropped off at Trinity in the front foyer from 10.30-12 noon or 6-7pm…