Trinity Methodist Church Felixstowe

At the heart of the community,
worshipping God and caring for people
Trinity Methodist Church Felixstowe logo created by Beryl Trantham

Open 4 U

We're sorry but Open 4 U remains closed. We will announce the opening when we can.

Fun and Faith in Felixstowe

Click on the image to see the video prepared by the Fun & Faith team, initially to be used at a 'Virtual Carnival'. Goody bags are offered for children.

How Can We Keep from Singing? Workshop

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14 November 2020

Rev'd Diane's Reflections based on Julian of Norwich

Reflection 1

Knowing Jesus in a New Way

Click here to download Rev'd Diane's thoughts on new ways of being church and new ways of finding Christ. Click here to see Rev'd Diane's video as she lead us through the Godly play story.

Greenbelt

Greenbelt will be online this year. Click the image for full details.

Booking our Facilities

Click here for details of how to contact Emma and let us know your requirements.

Messy Church on Facebook

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Contact Us

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A Prayer for Beirut

We pray that your loving presence may be felt in the community that has experienced this tragedy that claimed so many lives.
It’s hard for us to imagine the magnitude of so many lives lost so suddenly and the grief and sorrow that it has brought.
Yet you tell us in this Bible verse in Isaiah 53:3 that Jesus Christ was 'a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief and suffering.'
We pray that all pain suffered there today and in the days to come may be joined with the suffering of Christ upon the cross to work your redemptive power in the world.
May your love pour forth through the prayers, presence and service of your caring people from all nations to begin the healing process.
Heal those who have suffered bodily and mental injury.
Comfort those who are grieving the loss of dear ones.
Bind together the community in grace and faith.
Send your helping angels and your life giving Holy Spirit.
In the name of Christ, your suffering servant we pray.
Amen.

© Karen Barber 2013.

We are now open for private prayer on Sunday mornings at 11:00. Social distancing measures are in place.



Click here to go to the Circuit's website for videos of local services and audios of local sermons.

Click here to see some resources that might be helpful in these difficult times.

Holiday Club

Sadly, this year, we can't join together at either Seaton Road or Trinity Methodist Churches for our usual HOLIDAY CLUB - but - we do have an on-line version available for you to watch!
There are five videos for the Holiday Club. You can join in all the fun, including songs, stories, the Watt Family and so on. We know it won't be the same but, hopefully, you will enjoy these videos.

Light a candle with us at 19:00 every day
and engage in Silent Prayer.

Welcome to the Trinity Methodist Church Website

We hope that you will find useful information in the following pages. On this website you will find the history of the church, a statement of our vision and priorities for the future and details of activities which take place on our premises.

Our congregation is a friendly and caring group of people, interested in local, national and international issues. We believe that we can make a worthwhile contribution by working within the church and at the heart of our community and welcome new partnerships and relationships. We would love to see you in worship or at one of our community events.

We are within a short walk of the seafront.

If you have any questions or queries, then please do not hesitate to get in touch. We will do our best to help. Please also see our Facebook pages.

Peace and Love,

Diane Smith
(Minister)
01394 282023

Diane's latest Minister's Message can be seen here.

Annual Report

You can download the Report for the Annual Church Meeting held in June 2019 by clicking here.

Dates for your Diary

9 August
11:00 to 12:00 - Private Prayer. Socially distanced.
16:00 - Worship and Prayer in Kirton Chapel Garden. Please bring your own chair. Social distancing measures will be maintained. Attendees will be limited to 30 persons to comply with Government guidelines. The Chapel is Covid-19 prepared in case of need.

15 August
10:00 - Zoom Coffee Morning. Contact Us for log in details.

16 August
11:00 to 12:00 - Private Prayer. Socially distanced.
16:00 - Worship and Prayer in Kirton Chapel Garden. Please bring your own chair. Social distancing measures will be maintained. Attendees will be limited to 30 persons to comply with Government guidelines. The Chapel is Covid-19 prepared in case of need.

22 August
10:00 - Zoom Coffee Morning. Contact Us for log in details.

23 August
11:00 to 12:00 - Private Prayer. Socially distanced.
16:00 - Worship and Prayer in Kirton Chapel Garden. Please bring your own chair. Social distancing measures will be maintained. Attendees will be limited to 30 persons to comply with Government guidelines. The Chapel is Covid-19 prepared in case of need.

29 August
10:00 - Zoom Coffee Morning. Contact Us for log in details.

30 August
11:00 to 12:00 - Private Prayer. Socially distanced.
16:00 - Worship and Prayer in Kirton Chapel Garden. Please bring your own chair. Social distancing measures will be maintained. Attendees will be limited to 30 persons to comply with Government guidelines. The Chapel is Covid-19 prepared in case of need.