Brentgovel Street, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1EB
A Town Centre church which welcomes a 50 plus congregation to worship on a Sunday morning including a creche. We have a range of activities during the week and various types of community involvement as we seek to love and serve Christ together.
Minister: Rev Debbie Borda
Tel: 01284 754574
The Church exists to:-
- Increase awareness of Gods presence and celebrate God's love;
- Help people to grow and learn as Christians;
- Be a good neighbour to people in need and challenge injustice;
- Make more followers of Jesus Christ.
Times of Services: -
Morning Service: 10:00am - 1st Sunday monthly.
(All Sunday services and other activities in our buildings have been suspended for the present on account of the current Pandemic).
The Zoom services will continue, as well as a pre-recorded service on the Trinity Methodist Church website.
Accessibility at Trinity:
- Wheelchair Accessible Access
- Accessible Toilet
- Large Print
This church has Powerpoint and digital projection facilities.
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2021: -
Trinity hosted this year's service to mark our annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity with a service from the Sister of Grand Champ, Switzerland. This took place on Sunday 17th January. Our Minister, Rev Debbie Borda, led along with Fr David Bagstaff from St Edmunds Catholic Church. You can still read the service using the worship sheet below.
The theme is "Abiding in Christ".
Harvest Festival: -
Our Harvest Service took place on 4th October 2020 with a service at Trinity and a Zoom Circuit Service. It was not quite our normal celebration of Harvest, but it is good to remember all the wonderful things we have. This year we have been supporting the work of All We Can to help purchase bikkes to help children and families out of poverty.
Donations can be made online at: -
Trinity Methodist Church is a member of Churches Together in St Edmundsbury and District. We believe in being united in Spirit and Truth, by worshipping and serving our Lord God and Saviour together! We want to love others as we have been loved, to reach, affect and support the communities that we are in.
Here is the latest Churches Together Newsletter: -