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Trinity is a place of worship, meeting and quietness in a distracted world.
Its people are seeking to grow together in the love of God revealed in Jesus Christ and are working to extend his kingdom of justice and peace.
You are welcome to join in our fellowship and service of others.

All.Together.Now


Holy Trinity Church
Hoghton Street
Southport

Vicar:
Revd Canon Dr. Rod Garner
Holy Trinity Vicarage
24 Roe Lane
PR9 9DX
Tel/Fax: (01704) 538560
email: Please click here


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Children


Here at Holy Trinity, children are accepted, included and welcomed

Child Protection
Whatever the format of a church's work with children, it is important that child protection guidelines and good practice are implemented at all levels.

There is a House of Bishops' Policy on Child Protection, called "Protecting All God's Children".

The regulations are in place to protect not only children and young people, but also those adults who are committed to working with and for them.


Sunday Club
Sunday Club at Holy Trinity is for children aged upward of 3 years. It is held at 10.15 a.m. in the Parish Centre on all Sundays except the first Sunday in each month and during school holidays.

Sunday Club (sometimes known as Junior Church) exists to teach children the basic beliefs of our Christian faith and how these beliefs apply to them in their daily lives. It also gives children the experience of regular worship in a way more relevant to them.

Sunday Club contact is Janetta Lawrance


Other Parish Centre Meeting Times



The Uniformed Groups details have now been moved to the Groups page.


  • Youth Club - 1st and 3rd Sundays from 7.00pm

Charter for Children


* The Church will welcome you.
* The Church will accept and value you.
* The Church will work to meet your needs.
* The Church will be Christ-like in its approach to you.
* The Church will nurture you in faith and worship.
* The Church will provide you with appropriate teaching.
* The Church will offer you relevant worship.
* The Church will encourage you to serve others.
* The Church will endeavour to provide you with a sense of community.
* The Church will support you in sharing the Good News of Christ in word and deed


Written by the Children's Committee, Diocese of Blackburn, 1997
©The Archbishops' Council of the Church of England, 2001