Church Services 
Sunday 27th April
10.30am Mr J Fowler
6.30pm Revd PJ Jackson
Sunday 4th May
10.30am Miss K Thorner
6.30pm URC area service


Trinity Church seeks to enable people to explore the Christian life of faith, worship and service in a friendly and welcoming environment

Trinity Church Newport
Trinity Church interior

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Services each Sunday at 10.30am & 6.30pm 

There is a warm invitation for all to join us for worship and our social activities

At morning worship children leave for their classes after the singing of the second hymn


Rev James Whately

Minister: Revd James Whately

Notice sheet for week beginning 20th April

All age services are normally held on the second Sunday in the month at 10.30am

Messy Church
This is a venture where families join with us in sharing the faith through a variety of activities within the church. To find out more about what it means,  visit the Messy Church website.  Our next Messy Church will be on Sunday 18th May at 3.30pm.

Regular activities taking place at the church
Sunday10.30-11.30 Morning service3.30-5.15 Messy Church (3rd Sunday only)6.30-7.30 Evening service (not 3rd Sunday)
Monday9.45-11.45 Parents & Toddlers (up to 5 yrs old)1.00-4.30 Nanny Tricks Art Class  -  Claire Smith 7.30-9.30 Newport Male Voice Choir (in the Church)
Tuesday10.00-11.00 Nanny Tricks Art Class (18mo-5yrs) -  Claire Smith2.00-4.00 Sisterhood -  Margaret Mantripp6.45-8.30  Guides - Lesley Green
7.00-9.00  Dalen Singers (in the Church)
Wednesday10.00-12.00 Painting Club - Ralph Phillips
4.45-6.00 Rainbows - Lesley Green
6.30-8.00 2nd Newport Brownies 
7.30-9.30 Choir Practice (in the Church)
Thursday11.00-12.00 Tai Chi Class  1.00-3.15  Mother and Baby Yoga  - Kate Gill   6.00-7.30 1st Newport Brownies
7.45-9.15 Alcoholics Anonymous
Friday9.00-11.00 Church Cleaning
11.00-12.30 Children's Music Group (4mo - 3yrs +adult)  - Eleanor Pittam

6.45-8.45 Adult Yoga - Kate Gill
Saturday10.45-12.15  Coffee Morning - Sylvia Rowles
Items in bold type are Church activities, other items are externally organised