South Oxfordshire Methodists

Trinity Church Abingdon


Mission Statement: "Serving God, serving each other, serving community. "

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Trinity Church is a joint URC / Methodist church. It is an active member of the Church in Abingdon - a thriving ecumenical project comprising 14 Abingdon churches

Sunday Services this week

19 Mar -
10.30 Revd Ian Griffiths
6.30 At All Saints (Revd Ian Griffiths)

Sunday Service Sheet (Pdf Document)
Notices (Pdf Document)

 26 Mar -
10.30 Ruth Dams
6.30 Revd Ian Griffiths


WITNESS - a new musical

WITNESS is a new musical for Easter by James Garnett. It tells the story of Easter and looks for its meaning from the points of view of those who witnessed it – the crowds as well as the named characters.

You can be involved in performing WITNESS by singing in the chorus, speaking as part of the crowd, or simply by being on stage. Families and people of all ages are welcome to take part.

The performance will be on Sunday 9 April at 4.00 in Trinity Abingdon. This is a 'pop-up' production, rehearsing just on the first two weekends of April.

For more information and to book a place, download the Booking Form. Alternatively you can email or telephone 01235 520282.


The Story of Temptations

A group of Year 6 school children prepared this slideshow as part of their response to the story of Jesus in the wilderness. Their assembly went on to look at the idea of temptation, and how the bible helps us know right from wrong. They sang "Jesus is king of scripture" , which they had written and set to "Eye of the Tiger".

This was a Trinity Learning project.

Jesus and Me

The Jam (Jesus and me) group meets on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month. We are always open to new members! Just turn up! This is one of the things we have made this year for Palm Sunday.

Jesus and Me

Trinity toddlers

Trinity toddlers is a friendly group for families with babies and young children to play and socialise, every Thursday morning in trinity church hall.

Their faceboook page can be found at Trinity toddlers


Gift Service and Trinity Fair

A very big thank you to all those who brought gifts to the gift service on Sunday 4th December. You brought in a wonderful selection of items which has given the filling of the bags much more variety. They will be very gratefully received. - Margaret Butcher

The Christmas Fair raised just over £1,285. A big thank you to you all for your support – Jo Graham


42 Shoe Boxes - 6th November 2016

Today we sent off 42 shoe boxes all wrapped up and full of presents for Christmas to those in this world who would have none. May they bring the Joy and love of God in the world to those children who open them.


Harvest - 25th September 2016

People brought non-perishable food items on Harvest Sunday, Sept. 25th, for the Asylum Welcome Food Bank.

 Even more asylum seekers are now needing help and last year 1121 bags of food were given out.

Asylum Welcome care for asylum seekers, refugees and detainees who have fled persecution and danger in their own countries and seek refuge in Oxford and Oxfordshire