Trinity Methodist Church Felixstowe

At the heart of the community,
worshipping God and caring for people
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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 on 26 June 2016 by clicking here.

Sunday Services

11:00 and 18:00. Children's Sunday Club and creche at 11am service.
Further Service Details

Weekly Diary

Monday
10:00 to 12:00 - Coffee Morning in the church.
12:30 to 13:30 - Silent Prayer Meeting at Trinity.
Wednesday
09:15 to 11:15 - Open for You. A drop in centre in the church hall for pre-school age children and their carers - term time only. A time for play, crafts, singing and coffee. Reopens on 10 September.
16:00 to 18:00 - Ukulele group.
Thursday
10.00 to 12:00 - Coffee Morning in the Church and the 'Knit and Chat' group for cancer patients. If you have any spare wool and/or knitting needles you no longer need, please contact the organiser Brenda Shelley on 01394 277140.
19:00 to 20:30 - Bible Study Group.
Friday
10:00 to 15:00 - Trinity Day Centre in the church hall.
Saturday
10:00 to 12:00 - Coffee morning in the church.

Dates for your Diary

22 March
17:30 - third session of the Ecumenical Lent Course at St Mary's Walton.

23 March
17:30 - third session of the Thursday Ecumenical Lent Course at St John's.

25 March
10:00 to 12:00 - Safeguarding training session at Seaton Road Church.

26 March
11:00 - Morning Service with Rev Diane Smith.
17:30 - fourth session of the Ecumenical Lent Course at the Salvation Army Hall.
18:00 - Evening Service with Simon Snell, (Suffolk Regional Officer - Christian Aid). Simon will be talking about his recent visit to Kenya to see the long term work that partner organisations are doing to relieve poverty and hardship.

27 March
17:30 - fourth session of the Ecumenical Lent Course at Trinity.

28 March
17:30 - fourth session of the Tuesday Ecumenical Lent Course at St John's.

29 March
17:30 - fourth session of the Ecumenical Lent Course at St Mary's Walton.

30 March
17:30 - fourth session of the Thursday Ecumenical Lent Course at St John's.

1 April
Spring Fayre at Trinity.
19:30 - Christian Aid Concert to raise funds for the work of Christian Aid in supporting refugees from Syria and Afghanistan at St John's Church.

1 April
Spring Fayre at Trinity.
19:30 - Christian Aid Concert to raise funds for the work of Christian Aid in supporting refugees from Syria and Afghanistan at St John's Church.

2 April
17:30 - last session of the Ecumenical Lent Course at the Salvation Army Hall.

3 April
17:30 - last session of the Ecumenical Lent Course at Trinity.

4 April
17:30 - last session of the Tuesday Ecumenical Lent Course at St John's.

5 April
17:30 - last session of the Ecumenical Lent Course at St Mary's Walton.

6 April
17:30 - last session of the Thursday Ecumenical Lent Course at St John's.

10 April
Rev Diane Smith begins her sabbatical leave.

10 April
14:30 to 16:00 - 'Why The Killing of Jesus Really Matters.' Led by Rev Jane and Rev Mike Cassidy at Trimley Methodist church.
19:30 to 21:00 - 'Why The Killing of Jesus Really Matters.' Led by Rev Jane and Rev Mike Cassidy at Seaton Road Methodist church.

11 April
10:30 - Good Friday service at the United Reformed Church.
14:30 to 16:00 - 'Why The Killing of Jesus Really Matters.' Led by Rev Jane and Rev Mike Cassidy at Trimley Methodist church. All welcome.
19:30 to 21:00 - 'Why The Killing of Jesus Really Matters.' Led by Rev Jane and Rev Mike Cassidy at Seaton Road Methodist church. All welcome.

12 April
14:30 to 16:00 - 'Why The Killing of Jesus Really Matters.' Led by Rev Jane and Rev Mike Cassidy at Kirton Methodist chapel. All welcome.
19:30 to 21:00 - 'Why The Killing of Jesus Really Matters.' Led by Rev Jane and Rev Mike Cassidy at Trinity Methodist church. All welcome.

13 April
14:30 to 16:00 - 'Why The Killing of Jesus Really Matters.' Led by Rev Jane and Rev Mike Cassidy at Kirton Methodist chapel. All welcome.
19:30 to 21:00 - 'Why The Killing of Jesus Really Matters.' Led by Rev Jane and Rev Mike Cassidy at Trinity Methodist church. All welcome.

6 May
Circuit Arts and Crafts Festival Museum Street Church, Ipswich.

10 July
Rev Diane Smith finishes her sabbatical leave.

21 to 25 August
Trinity Holiday Club 2017. If you would like to be part of the planning team please talk to Alison Davies (01394 672012).