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The original Holy Trinity building dates to 1844, as an expansion of the congregation at St Mary's, the ancient town centre church. The new church was located in what was then the village of Walton, just half a mile away, using land donated by the owner of Croft Farm. The early Holy Trinity had an emphasis on worship, particularly hymn singing. The new building soon proved too small and various enlargements took place; a gallery in 1895 followed by a baptistery, porch and tower with three bells in 1886-87. Read more ...
Our aim in the future is to have everyone in the Church belonging to, or linked with, a Small Group meeting alongside the traditional Sunday Services. We believe that this is vital to offering all our members the support and friendship they deserve. In a fast changing world we all need to be part of a community. Read more ...
We encourage members of every age to join our small groups as the best place for friendship and support - you're never too old! But we also offer a number of complementary activities to serve and encourage in older members of our family in their Christian discipleship.
TAKE A BREAK COFFEE SHOP On Wednesday Morning: 10.00-12.00. A chance to have a coffee and chat in a friendly and informal setting. Walton Hall (next to Holy Trinity) is open to people from our local neighbourhood, the offices close at hand and simply passers by.
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To complement our home groups we offer special activities for men - we hope these will encourage men in their faith and offer opportunities to invite guests along.
BREAKFASTS Several times a year we hold a Saturday breakfast meeting for men who belong to the church and their guests. This is a great time to chat, enjoy a good fry-up and hear from a stimulating speaker.
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What's on this Autumn:
Saturday 13th October from 12.30pm – ‘Fearfully and Wonderfully Made’ & Curry Night
A relaxed afternoon of sharing, prayer and space for women of all ages at HT followed by an evening for friendship and fun! Come to either or both events. Tickets and more information from Nicki Blyth or the Church Office
Friday 16th November 6-10pm - Esther Spa Read more ...