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Community Café – Monday mornings 9.00am -1.00pm. The Community Café (and when the weather allows, the new Community Garden area) is a place of welcome for everyone in the wider community where you can meet friends or make new ones, enjoy our home baking and filled rolls; a place of warmth for a cup of hot coffee, while visiting the neighbouring Surgery and Pharmacy and also a distribution centre for The Food Bank.
Playgroup – Monday-Friday 9am -1pm – A good pre-school establishment for 2-5year olds. Tel:01502 531562
Crafty Club – This popular group takes place on second Saturday of each month 10.00am -12.00noon. Arts and Crafts – an opportunity to try many different craft techniques. Nominal charge of £1 to cover materials etc.
Short Tennis – Monday 7.15 pm. An informal session for people of any ability, who want to enjoy a game.
Women’s Evening Group – Alternate Tuesdays 7.30 pm – a variety of speakers and visits.
Luncheon Club – Wednesday at 12.45pm. A tasty home cooked meal for up to 30 diners (this needs to be pre-booked)
Trinity Singers – Friday 4.30 pm. -Singing group- perform at services, residential homes and other events.
Having fun and developing fellowship
Various small groups meet both regularly and occasionally to explore their faith in different ways, for example through Bible Study or discussions. In addition, we also hold social events such as ‘Quiz Nights’, ‘Fim nights’, Bring and Share’ meals and parties as a means of encouraging fellowship and outreach. There is also a ‘Trinity Friendship Circle’ who meet regularly for fellowship.
Events are notified on our Notice Boards, in our weekly newsletter, our quarterly news sheet and where appropriate in the community news section of The Lowestoft Journal. Friendships are made and experiences of Christian living shared in both our formal worship and fellowship together. We are always looking for new ideas and ways in which we can develop our relationships with each other, with our community and with God. This is underpinned by a developing pastoral care system which encourages everyone to look out for each other.
Supporting Charities and Community Organisations
As a church we have raised around £2000 for various charities over the last year. We hold Coffee Mornings and fund raising activities in aid of various charities. In addition, a number of individuals are active supporters of charities close to their hearts and beliefs. Over the last year, for example, we have been able to make donations to Christian Aid, Action for Children, All We Can (formerly MRDF), MHA, Leprosy Fund, Tear Fund, Macmillan, Nelson’s Journey, Age UK (Suffolk), Médecins sans Frontières, and many others.