Regular Groups 

We have lots of groups that meet regularly. Groups are set up at Trinity under one or more of the three loves in the Bible. These are the love of God, the love of others and Christians' loving one another.

To help navigate the different groups they have been alocated to the following headings

 
  • Discovery
  • Discipleship
  • Children and Youth
  • Serving Others
  • Serving Elsewhere
  • Worship on Sundays
  • Worship Elsewhere
  • Governance
 
Groups might be listed under more than one heading. Please see the Groups Menu for an alphabetical list of the groups.

Discovery

Ways to explore the Christian faith or simply spend time with church members. All are Welcome.
The Ashby Men's Group have a range of activites for men.
Coffee on Thursdays (CoT) offers a warm welcome, a listening ear and diverse conversation for anyone dropping in for a coffee.
The Holy Trinity First (HTF) Pastorate (Now known as Connect) started in 2014 and now meets on alternate Thursday's in Church, for worship, Bible Study, prayer, group discussion and light refreshments.
Emmaus is an easy and informal way for adults to find out more about the Christian faith.
All men are welcome. 7:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday at Whetherspoons. Simple.
Currently led by Rachael Bull, who's children attend school in town, The Mothers Union exists to support and uphold marriage and family life.
Trinity Fellowship meets on the last Tuesday of the month at 8:00 p.m. in Church.
We are a friendly, all age group who enjoy walking in the countryside.

Discipleship

Discipleship groups are for those who have committed to follow Jesus as their Lord and Saviour.
The Ashby Men's Group have a range of activites for men.
The Holy Trinity First (HTF) Pastorate (Now known as Connect) started in 2014 and now meets on alternate Thursday's in Church, for worship, Bible Study, prayer, group discussion and light refreshments.
A home based bible study group, the Go Deeper Bible Study is lead by Jean Holt and Marion Richman.
A Bible Study for men who get up early.
Currently led by Rachael Bull, who's children attend school in town, The Mothers Union exists to support and uphold marriage and family life.

Children and Youth

We have various groups that meet during the week and during our Sunday Services for Children and Youth.
Boys on Fire
An overview of the Children and Youth activities at Trinity
On Sunday mornings we have a range of groups for young people during the 10:30 a.m. services.
We meet monthly in the vestry on a Sunday after the 10.30 service. Adele Adshead and Elizabeth Cheriyan are the adult leaders but the girls (11-15 years) all help in taking a lead too.
The God Rocks Cafe meets on Sundays for KS 1-3
The God Rocks Cafe for Key Stage Three.
The Jesus and Me Club
Come along to a welcoming group for pre-schoolers and their carers.

Serving Others

Groups that serve others.
4th Bridge is the name we have given to our 4th Sunday 10:30 a.m. service.
Holy Trinity is linked our local CofE School through three foundation governors.
Holy Trinity provides the governance for Ashby foodbank.
Information about the roles and that make the foodbank work.
An award winning service for those living with unmanageable debt.
Providing support for those looking for work.
The CAP Money is a comprehensive yet astonishingly simple money management course to help you get, and then stay, in control of your finances.
The CAP Team meet to pray for the work and the people we service.
Our volunteer network who make the work of CAP possible.
The work of Christians Against Poverty (CAP) in the Midlands National Forest (MNF) is coordinated by the CAP Board.
We are very grateful for both those who arrange flowers and those who give generously to enable this beautiful work.
Ministry to Loudoun House residential home
Meeting monthly in John's home, Mini Communion is one of our home based communion services.
Currently led by Rachael Bull, who's children attend school in town, The Mothers Union exists to support and uphold marriage and family life.
Meeting monthly in church on a Tuesday lunchtime, the group meets to pray, with an international perspective for our children and young people.
Our dedicated sound team manage both the sound desk and song words during our 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. services.
Street Pastors work together to support people who are out and about in town late at night at the weekend.

Serving Elsewhere

Through prayer, friendship and financial giving we support those who serve God's purposes elsewhere.

Worship on Sundays

The most visible gathering of the church is our Sunday Worship. All are welcome, whether you believe, are curious, or some other reason. Do join us.
Do join us for this lively morning service with children's groups or All Age worship on the first Sunday of the month.
4th Bridge is the name we have given to our 4th Sunday 10:30 a.m. service.
A quieter and reflective evening service, meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the front of church.
A quiet service with three traditional hymns
Creative time during the 4th Sunday Services
We are very grateful for both those who arrange flowers and those who give generously to enable this beautiful work.
We meet monthly in the vestry on a Sunday after the 10.30 service. Adele Adshead and Elizabeth Cheriyan are the adult leaders but the girls (11-15 years) all help in taking a lead too.
The God Rocks Cafe meets on Sundays for KS 1-3
The God Rocks Cafe for Key Stage Three.
The Jesus and Me Club
 

Governance

Groups that govern what we do.
Holy Trinity is linked our local CofE School through three foundation governors.
Holy Trinity provides the governance for Ashby foodbank.
The CAP Fundraising Group coordinates the funding for the work of Christians Against Poverty Debt Help in the Midlands National Forest Area.
The work of Christians Against Poverty (CAP) in the Midlands National Forest (MNF) is coordinated by the CAP Board.
Led by our Area Dean, Vivien Elphick, the synod exists to forward the mission of the church at the district level.
The Group that oversees the life of the church and is responsible for finances and legal matters.
Welcome page (for BSG members)
At Holy Trinity we have a group of TLP's who work to support the many many groups who are linked with our Church. They are there to support there group in any way they can.
 
Tim Phillips, 08/10/2015