Welcome to the Website of
Hillsborough Trinity Methodist Church
Hillsborough Trinity Methodist Church is in the Sheffield Circuit which is part of the Sheffield District.
The church is opposite the Bowling Green in Hillsborough Park.
We are a friendly church meeting every Sunday for worship and regularly during the week for fellowship. We aim to support and build links with the community through a number of different activities that take place throughout the week.
The church also supports Fair Trade by serving Fair Trade Coffee and Tea. In addition to that there is a stall selling Fair Trade products on most Sundays after the Morning Service.
On Sunday 16th November Hillsborough Trinity Re-Dedicated the Worship area! We also officially welcomed members from Carlton Road URC, commissioned Kerry Bentley the new Church Community Worker. We were sung to by the Karen Choir and Hillsborough Trinity Choir. Our District Chair Rev'd Gill Newton preached and David Blunkett MP shared a message with us. It was a good day of celebrations as we opened up the church to the community to come have a look around and share lunch with us.
S6YN Light Party!
On 25th October Hillsborough Trinity hosted the S6YN (Ecumenical Youth Network run by the Churches in the S6 Area) Light Party. We played games, carved positive pumpkins, had glow in the dark worship, thought about being light and saints in the world and ate lots of tasty soup!
Photos from the Summer Holiday Club
At Holiday Club we thought about our world. We did lots of crafts around animals, birds, plants and creepy crawlies, we thought about the story of Noah's Ark, we did some gardening, played games and with the parachute, had our faces painted and lots lots more! Look out for our Easter Holiday Club in Holy Week next year!
Press Release: Great changes afoot at Hillsborough Trinity Methodist Church
Major changes are happening at Hillsborough Trinity. After a period of reflection and consultation, and a lot of planning and detailed work, a new church for a modern age is taking shape inside this fine old landmark building.
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Photos from Easter