Trinity is a vibrant family-focussed church on the outskirts of Reading, next to a large ASDA super-store, local authority leisure centre, library, doctors surgery and various other amenities.

We’re now up and running again following COVID19 and are excited about new opportunities opening up in our neighbourhood.  We’re thrilled to have worked more closely during the pandemic with other local churches through forming The Earley Help Hub and are excited that this partnership is continuing with the development of a new network of similar local hubs called  Torch – the vision is to see how we can serve the local neighbourhood together, more as one church.

We have three Sunday worship gatherings, some mid-week small groups, Wednesday Worship (10.30am)  and Mini-Messy Church on Wednesday afternoons (2pm). We have a toddler group on Monday mornings and, under the Earley Help Hub a drop-in cafe called Re:fresh for anyone wanting company, a chat, a cup of tea and piece of cake. We’re now running Who Let the Dads Out (WLTDO) again, on the first Saturday morning of each month.  During the week we’re also open at various times for personal prayer and reflection.  Our youth programme is developing again, very much in partnership with other local churches.

We are delighted and blessed to begin a Cantonese speaking congregation, led by newly arrived Hong Kong Christians. Services started on Easter Sunday, and run every week, 2.30-4pm.

If you’d like to meet up for a chat and a coffee then please get in touch with Jon (the minister) or drop in during the week as we’re open and the team would love to see you.  Our calendar also has more information.