It is with deep sadness that we let you know our dear friend and colleague, Siew Yin Chan, who was the driving force behind establishing our Hong Kong Ministry and its inspirational leader, has passed away following a short battle with cancer. She went peacefully to be with her friend and saviour Jesus on 21 October. We stand together to honour Siew Yin and her life of incredibly faithful service to Jesus. With every blessing, Jon
📖 You can also share any of your memories and thankful notes with Siew Yin through words & photos on the following e-memorial book.
I’m delighted to welcome you to Trinity. You may be just browsing, wondering about coming to a service, thinking about taking the first step towards exploring faith, looking for a new church or to return to church, or you may be finding life hard and need some company or someone to listen: if this is you, you’re very welcome indeed.
You’re extremely welcome to drop in during the week as we’re open much of the time.
We’re still being as careful as we can to make sure we keep safe and respect one another.
We have various activities during the week which the website will hopefully help you with. With worship in mind, we have Wednesday Worship at 10.30am each week, Mini-Messy Church for pre-schoolers and parents/carers at 2pm on Wednesdays in term-time, and on Sundays we have three worship gatherings, one at 9.30am, one at 11am and one at 2.30pm in Cantonese. The first one is informal but more formal than at 11am which also includes junior church each week and youth activities on the second and fourth Sundays. We have refreshments from about 10.30am for both gatherings to meet.
Our HongKongers Ministry, increasingly very much a part of Trinity continues to develop and you can find out more about this congregation here.
Please feel very welcome to join us. It will be lovely to see you. If you’d like to meet up for a chat and a coffee I’d be delighted to do so. Please get in touch.
Jon Salmon, Minister
We usually gather for worship on Sundays at 9.30am and 11am, with a Cantonese service at 2.30pm. Alternate Sunday evenings have some youth provision. Please see the youth page for more information.