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to question, discover and explore the Christian faith
learning to live as followers of Jesus
so more people know of God’s love

Worship

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 preaching themes and preachers for Autumn 2018 here.

On Sunday we have two services:

Morning Worship – 10:30am
Sunday Morning services are led in a contemporary and participatory style.  The music is led by Trinity’s worship group. In our learning together we use a mix of drama, conversations, videos, talks, meditations and reflections. In response to God we share our experiences of how he makes a difference in our lives and what his love means to us. On the second Sunday of the month we share bread and wine in a special ‘meal’ called Holy Communion during which we remember and celebrate Jesus’ death and resurrection.

After the first part of our service together those aged 0 to 14 go through to the rooms at the back of Church for Sunday Club where they continue to worship and learn together.
Once a half term we have a service for all ages where we stay together for the whole service.

Evening Worship – 6pm
Sunday Evening services are joint services with our friends from West End Methodist Church. On the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays of the month the services are held at Trinity and on the 2nd and 4th Sundays they are at West End.
These services are traditional and more reflective in style. The music is led by the organ and we sing hymns. The learning is normally through a longer talk or sermon and the prayers are led by the preacher. We share Holy Communion once a month at these services in a more formal way.