The History of the church is short. In 1967 there were three non-conformist churches in Honley; High Street Methodist, Southgate Methodist and Moorbottom Congregational.
During that year the British Council of Churches instituted a project called “The People Next Door” . This brought members of the three churches closer together in house group fellowships and provided the impetus for the unification which was to follow
In December 1968 it was agreed (with only two votes against) that the churches should unite and that the premises at Moorbottom would be most suitable for the new church.
On Sunday September 7th 1969 there was a service of covenant and Commitment at Trinity Church.
The Church still has many members who were founder members of Trinity Church and new members are always welcome.
We are an active church and you will find details of the many activities on the following pages. A monthly newsletter is available and if you would like to look at the latest copy please click on the appropriate link.
We are always pleased to have visitors, so if you are in the area on holiday, or with friends or simply seeking shelter and peace, you are very welcome
We welcome you to come for a blessing on these family occasions. Please contact Rev. Tim Moore Tel: 01484 608913.
See Newsletter for this month's services
Our minister is the Rev Tim Moore.
As well as Trinity, he has charge of two other churches: Shepley and Scholes.
Tel: 01484 608913
Circuit Leisure Group. Second Tuesday of each month at various venues in the circuit 10.30am. See this month's newsletter for details.
Friendship Group meets on Wednesdays 2-4pm in the Arthurs’ Room for a cuppa and a chat with activities for those who want to join in. All welcome
Mums & Toddlers Tuesday morning
Contact- Deborah Fawcett 663966
Drama Groups Saturday morning
Contact- Natalie Haigh 340859 / 07840800601 firstname.lastname@example.org
£39 per 4 hour session
Kitchen facilities, capacity 60 seated 9.5m x 7m. Access by stairs no disabled access.
The Arthurs’ Room
£39 - £45 per 4 hour session
Facilities for refreshments, capacity 35 seated 9m x 5.5m. Good disabled access
The Phakamisa Project ministers to children in the Pinetown and Marion Hill informal settlements on the outskirts of of Durban on the East coast of South Africa. Their Ministry involves the training and support of pre-school ‘teachers’ who give lessons, sometimes in outdoor conditions under a tree.
Church members have visited the project when in South Africa. Phakamisa is one of the major charities supported by the Missions Committee. As well as money, parcels of clothes and quilts have been sent