Join Us For Worship

As we meet to worship God together as a church family, we would love you to join us however you feel comfortable! Holy Trinity, Banbridge Morning Prayer Sunday | 9:45am | Holy Trinity Church All-age Morning Worship Sunday | 11:30am | Holy Trinity Church Morning Prayer Wednesday | 10:30am | Holy Trinity

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Join Us Online

Over the last year, a lot has changed for us as a Church family, this has allowed us to create and develop new ways to worship together, we invite you to join us online or in church. Our online services will be available here on the website, via Facebook, or on our YouTube channel

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Muddy Harvest

Join us for a Harvest adventure! All families are welcome as we take part in a Harvest themed trail in the church grounds. This will be a great opportunity to focus on God’s creation and the blessings that Harvest brings. The Harvest Trail will be in the grounds of Holy

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Roderic’s Letter

 Dear friend  I was intrigued by something I saw on the way into the café at Hillsborough Castle. I think it was the question ‘Did you know?’ which caught my attention. It was a question about pineapples. Pineapples could be hired for the night at a cost of a guinea

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Superhero Sunday

Come dressed as your favourite Superhero! Crafts, sweets, and lots of fun! Prizes for the best costume, best group costume and more! Hotdogs and hot chocolate or tea, coffee, juice. Please click here to sign up. Superhero Sunday | Sunday 31st October 5.30 – 6.30pm | Holy Trinity Church Hall

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Kids & Youth

Sunday School/Space  Sunday Space will resume at Holy Trinity on Sunday 12th September. Children come to Church with their parents and then leave partway through the service for Sunday Space/School.  The ‘All-age’ contemporary service in St Patrick’s Church Hall will continue for the time being.  Inspire – Youth Fellowship  For

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Curate Appointment

I’m delighted to be able to announce the appointment of our new curate, Revd Anna Williams. Anna is no stranger to many of us in the parish since she served as the ministry intern before she went to train for ordination. We look forward to welcoming her to the staff

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New Parish Readers

New Parish Readers Commissioned on Pentecost Sunday Today is Pentecost Sunday, when we remember God sending his Holy Spirit upon the church, and we commissioned our two new Parish Readers, Claire Jones and Leanne McCaughtry. They completed training for this role during lockdown and you will see more of them

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Prayer 21

Prayer is having a conversation with God which helps develop our relationship with Him. It’s talking & listening to Him. It sounds simple & it is, but sometimes we make it more difficult.  As we begin 2021, I’m asking and encouraging all the members of our Church family to make

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Update on Giving

Thank you to everyone who contributes financially to support the ministry and mission of the Church. Unfortunately, as a result of the measures to restrict the spread of the coronavirus, we are unable, currently, to meet in our Church buildings for worship, and have the opportunity for fellowship and social

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CAP Life Skills

Snowdrops and crocuses are beginning to appear, the days are getting longer – there are signs that Spring is on the way with its promise of new life and new hope.  Thank you God.  Who could have imagined that we would still be living in lockdown, still unable to meet

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Covid-19 Update

Following the statement made by the Church of Ireland, to help comply with the Executive’s current message to “stay at home” we will be moving to ONLINE ONLY SERVICES for the next few weeks beginning this Sunday 10 January.  Our Sunday service will continue to be available each week from 10.30am

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Lebanon Appeal

We’re delighted to announce that the Diocesan Appeal for Lebanon has raised £27,547.47. This is an amazing total given the challenges facing many of our local communities at this time. Thanks to the generosity of parishes in the diocese, the Open Doors project to support Kurdish refugees in Beirut City

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Read the Word

Over the next year, we’ll be following the Bible Society’s reading plan and joining with Christians all over the world in learning from and enjoying God’s Word. You can follow along with the reading plan by clicking here or download the Bible 2020 app: https://bible2020.org As we join in Bible 2020, let’s pray

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