Reaching Wider


27
Sep 2019
New Autumn Prayer Resource

We are pleased to announce that we’re launching a new prayer resource for autumn. For the months October to December there will be daily Bible readings as well as some key themes to help guide your prayers through the week. Many of you will have been using the monthly Prayer Diary and this is similar. Why not use this resource as a small group or in prayer triplets to grow in Faith, Hope and Love? Pick up a copy from church or click on the button below.   Join......

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29
Mar 2019
Say One For Me

Say One For Me is a regular church activity. A few people make door to door calls around the parish to invite householders to submit prayer needs on a specially printed card. Most people are very responsive and there is some friendly banter. Sometimes cards are dropped back at designated points and the prayer team at Cafe Connect as well as those who regularly attend parish prayers pray. It is a great way of showing that the church family of Trinity Churches cares about everyone who live in the......

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08
Feb 2019
Exciting opportunity to get involved!

This year Steve Jones and a few others are planning a dramatised Passion Play on the morning of Good Friday Friday 19th April 2019 as part of the established ‘Walk of Witness’ that annually takes place up Pride Hill, Shrewsbury. It will start in the Quarry with Christ’s betrayal and move to Mardol Head with Peter’s betrayal and then into The Square with Pilate’s washing of hands and then the Presentation of the Last Supper. We have also discovered links to the 16th and 17th century ‘passion plays’ that......

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12
Oct 2018
Did someone say apple?

Last Saturday we had our Apple Day. We had a great turn out with 350 people from the community who came along! Faces were painted, songs were sung by local choirs, hog roasts were eaten and apple juice made! The Windfall Project, who regularly meet in the Trinity Centre sold some of their pickles and jams made earlier in the week. Rachel Woods and her team did a fantastic job at organising the event. The volunteers helped make the day go smoothly with some braving the cold to serve the......

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22
Sep 2017
Community Apple Day - Saturday 30th September

Final plans are coming together for this year’s Community Apple Day, taking place in the Trinity Centre on Saturday 30th September from 12.30pm. Apple Day is an event for all the community, young and old alike. It is jointly organised between Holy Trinity and the Windfall Project, a social enterprise working with adults with a Learning Disability which makes delicious jams and chutney. It is a chance to get together to celebrate harvest and God’s goodness to us all, through the medium of the small and humble apple. There is......

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18
Aug 2017
Discipleship Central - Autumn 2017

God is calling us to become whole-life and whole-hearted disciples. It was Dallas Willard who said discipleship is simply recognising that “Jesus knows how to live your life better than you do.”  We’re committed to that as a parish, and finding ways of supporting people of all ages to walk this journey with Christ together. Discipleship Central is a monthly opportunity to help us do that across the parish. We’ll be meeting once a month on a Thursday evening, beginning at 745pm in the Trinity Centre. We’ll start with......

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15
Jul 2016
Pokémon Go! to Holy Trinity Meole Brace

We are welcoming all Pokémon Go players here at Trinity Churches. The mobile game which has become a global phenomenon has now been released in the UK and it’s expected to be extremely popular over here. The main aim of the game is to catch pokémon, and the software of the game uses a smartphone’s GPS location and real-world maps to track players as they move around.  The game provides an augmented reality experience, using the smartphone’s camera to provide a live view of the world, with Pokemon superimposed.......

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14
Jul 2016
Our ChurchLive Broadcast on Sunday 10th July

On Sunday 10th July 2016 we had the amazing opportunity to live stream both our morning services as part of the Church of England’s ChurchLive initiative. By live streaming church services it gives people around the world the opportunity to experience church like never before. Whether they are at home and unable to get to church or if they’ve never been to church before in their lives, broadcasting online engages with people in a whole new way. Doing a live broadcast seemed quite daunting at first, especially as you......

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