holy trinity church
Holy Trinity Church would love for you to come and join us for our 11am Sunday Service.
Stay for refreshments after the service and do get in touch if you have got any questions.
The Revd Julie Sear 01892 770436
Emergency mobile 07927 939116
We are located in Coleman’s Hatch, between both Forest Row and Hartfield. All our contact details can be found via the link below. We look forward to seeing you soon.
We have two disabled accessible toilets in Trinity Hall although no toilets or running water in the in the Church itself.
Car parking is limited to about 15 cars. Additional car parking can be found in the surrounding area.
There is a ramped entrance to Trinity Hall. The church is on the level and therefore no ramp is required.
Baby Changing Facilities
There is a changing mat in one of the toilets.
The defibrillator is located on the side of Trinity Hall.
East Grinstead Foodbank support local individuals and families in crisis who cannot afford to put food on the table, referred to us by local agencies, (such as Children & Family Centres, local primary and secondary schools, churches, hospitals, Citizens Advice, GP surgeries, in fact over 50 agencies can refer clients to us).
In addition to giving clients food and household items sufficient for at least 3 days in exchange for a referral voucher, we also talk to Clients and try to understand their needs and situation, and – where appropriate – look to ‘signpost’ them to other groups, such as Citizens Advice, CAP, or other agencies who may also be able to assist.
RH19 2HLhttps://eastgrinstead.foodbank.org.uk/ – This content is taken from their website.
Safeguarding at Church
“The parish of Coleman’s Hatch: Holy Trinity is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. We follow the House of Bishops guidance and policies and have our own Parish Safeguarding Officer(s), PSOs. The Diocese of Chichester’s safeguarding pages contain vital links and information including contacts for the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor (DSA) who advise our PSOs. If you are concerned that a child or adult has been harmed or may be at risk of harm please contact the DSA. If you have immediate concerns about the safety of someone, please contact the police and your local authority Children or Adults Services.”
See our page on Safeguarding.
Also see theDiocesan Safeguarding website: https://safeguarding.chichester.anglican.org/
EVENTS IN THE CHURCH AND HALL
Trinity Café continues apace, meeting on the second and fourth Thursday of the month in Trinity Hall to the rear of Holy Trinity Church – 9:30am – 12noon.
It is always a delight to meet both established and new parishioners as well as those visiting the area. So do please come and sample our freshly made cakes, pastries and scones all delivered on the morning of each café.
There isn’t a price list, your cash donations are divided between our chosen local charity and the upkeep of Trinity Hall, newcomers to the area are most welcome. Come along to get to know your new neighbours and meet new people. We also cater for young children in an area with books and toys.
NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!
Scottish Country Dancing recommences on 26th January. Our experienced caller, Alex, leads us with kindness and patience and it is quite surprising how quickly we learn the steps!
The music is always uplifting and we have a lot of fun. We are very keen to recruit new participants to join. We meet on the 4th Friday each month start at 7pm, have a break, bringing our own supper for 8pm.The entrance fee is £5 per person which includes a glass of wine. Children are free and most welcome. Please bring cash.
For further details and booking information, please see our What’s On Section or telephone Caroline Daszewska on 07513 290482
The talks will take place in our Church Hall and will be given by local residents who share their interesting lives, careers and experiences.
Trinity Talks are proving ever popular and the first talk of the New Year will be “Stories from the Northwest Passage” given by Caroline Daszewska on Friday the 19th of January. The evening commences with drinks and nibbles at 6pm and lasts about 45 minutes with time to ask questions afterwards.
There is no charge but cash donations are very welcome to add to our chosen local charity Crawley Open House and also to cover the costs of catering.
For further details and booking information, please see our What’s On Section or telephone Sheila van Maurik on 01892 770273 or Caroline Daszewska on 01342 321150
Monies raised by these events for 2024 will be equally shared by Crawley Open House to support homeless and others with social needs and also to Trinity Hall for further improvements and maintenance of the café.
whose Son Jesus Christ ascended to the throne of heaven
that he might rule over all things as Lord and King:
keep the Church in the unity of the Spirit
and in the bond of peace,
and bring the whole created order to worship at his feet;
who is alive and reigns with you,
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever.