Worshipping God as a community is at the heart of the Church. At Hexham Trinity it is the centre of our week. It is the time when we are able to come before God, to acknowledge how amazing he is, celebrate his love, learn and pray together and be equipped by God and each other to live as followers of Jesus.
You can view the information about the different services over the next few months and who is preaching at them here.
More Information about the Services:
Worship at Hexham Trinity seeks to balance both the importance of regularly gathering together as a Christian Family and the fact that we can and sometimes prefer to worship God in a variety of different ways.
At 10:30am each Sunday we gather as a family for ‘Worship for All’ which aims to be accessible and inclusive. There are times for everyone to worship together and for children and young people to be part of Trinity’s Sunday Club. The music is led by a worship group and we hope the teaching helps to deepen everyones faith.
At 4pm on Sundays there are two different worship experiences on 1st and 4th Sundays of the month:
- 1st Sunday – Listening to God which takes places in the Prayer Chapel at Trinity. Listening to God is a space for shared silence. Led by members of the group there is a short introduction to a half hour’s silence followed by a time of sharing if people would like to.
- 4th Sunday – Mission Prayer Tea which takes place in the Creche Room at Trinity. Mission Tea is a group which meets to pray for those serving Christ abroad. We centre on a specific global area each month, & add specific urgent needs from mission organisations who send us information.
At 6pm we worship with West End Methodist Church for a more quiet and reflective service where music is led by the organ. When there is a 5th Sunday we hold a Healing Service. On the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays of the month the 6pm services are at Trinity and on the 2nd and 4th Sundays at West End.