Never been to church before? Don’t know what to expect? Just feel like trying out a new church?
We love new people and welcome everyone, regardless of whether you’ve never been to church before or have been a Christian for years.
DO I HAVE TO BE A CHRISTIAN TO COME TO CHURCH?
No – we welcome people from all backgrounds. We run Alpha which is a great way of finding out more about the Christian faith.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT?
We believe that being a Christian is about a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, not about being religious. Jesus Christ loves and welcomes everyone no matter what their background and we set out to do the same.
We know what it’s like going to a new place and not really knowing anybody. We are always looking out for new people and you will be given a very warm welcome.
WHAT CAN I COME TO?
Check out Sundays for more info on our services to help you decide which is right for you. If you’re not sure you can always try out both to see where you feel most at home. We also run other occasional events – check out our events page to see what’s going on.
I’VE JUST MOVED INTO THE AREA
Coming to Holy Trinity or St Wilfrid’s is a great way to get to know others who live nearby and to become more involved in the local community. If you’ve just moved here we would love to meet you.
DO YOU HAVE ANYTHING FOR STUDENTS?
Students are very welcome at all our services but if you want a lie-in on a Sunday morning you can check out our evening service.
I’VE GOT CHILDREN, CAN I BRING THEM ALONG?
We welcome children of all ages and have a children’s Sunday club at our Sunday services. Visit our children and youth areas to find out more.
WHAT IF I JUST WANT TO COME ALONG FOR ONE SUNDAY?
We love having visitors – you are more than welcome to come just the once to see what we’re all about!
HOW CAN I GET MORE INVOLVED?
There are all sorts of ways that you can get involved at Holy Trinity and St Wilfrid’s including attending one of our courses, coming along to some of our social events, and volunteering to help on one of our teams. Just speak to a Church Warden, a Reader, our Ordinand or the Vicar.