Pastoral Care

This is at the heart of all our ministries. We have a team of dedicated visitors who attend to the pastoral needs of our community, both at church and by regular home visits and at retirement & aged-care facilities

Kids' Church

On the first Sunday of each month during school terms, at 11.15am. We begin with refreshments in Trinity Hall at 11am - each time we meet we have a theme and our activities - songs, story, prayers and craft - relate to that theme. All are welcome.

Holy Trinity Choir

Led by our Director of Music, Richard Hoy the choir sings each Sunday at our 9.30am service, at Choral Evensong at 5pm on the first Sunday of each month, and on the other occasions special occasions. The choir is open to all singers and meets in the church on Thursday evenings

at 7.30 - 9.30 pm.


The Trinity@Home ladies group meets twice a month for chat, a talk or some craft.

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Men's Breakfasts

This is an opportunity for the men of the parish to meet over breakfast on a Saturday morning and hear a speaker. Breakfast commences at 8am either in Carter Hall or in a local Cafe.

Mothers' Union

Mothers Union is an Anglican Organisation founded in England in 1876, and is now worldwide. It is open to all. Meetings start with prayers, followed by a general meeting, a guest speaker and fellowship.

Monthly Market & Spring Fair

At our monthly community market, Treasures & Tastes @ Trinity, we engage with visitors from the local community and beyond. Home-made wares, food, wine and 'Treasures' tearoom for Devonshire tea or a cappuccino or our sausage sizzle

Study Groups

Our study groups meet twice a month on Wednesday mornings at 11am, and that evening in the Vicarage at 7.30 pm.

Those who cannot get to a study group meeting can join in a discussion at our on-line forum