Our youth program combines with other Anglican youth groups in the area. Around 30 young people meet fortnightly on a Friday in our hall space here at Holy Trinity.
For more information contact
Catherine (0275556169) or Lance (0226752931)
Our Pastoral Care Team, led by Erena Roberts, ministers in various ways in our Parish. These include taking communion services in five New Plymouth rest homes and catering for older parishioners who are no longer able to attend church. If you would like pastoral care for any matter please contact us here.
Every Thursday from 7am-10am we run a community cafe in our hall - a place for everyone from the community to come and eat at a low cost ($1 per item) and connect - come check us out this week!
Prayer is now available in the sanctuary following worship each Sunday and our prayer chain operates on Tuesday and Friday mornings. If you have any prayer requests, please phone Pam McAuliffe, (06)758 3272.
Home & Study Groups
Morning Study Group first and third Tuesday of the month at 9:45 am at various members' homes, this is a friendly group which meets to study the Bible, with morning tea to start. Contact Gill Rawson (753 3012) for more information.
Evening Study Group
Our evening study group is run by Rodney Dunlop (753 6098).
You're welcome to join us at any of these.
The Church Fair is our largest fundraising event of the year.
If you have any queries or donations, or if you require transport to the event, please call Norma Benton on 758 6783 or text 027 649 7537.
Twinkle Toes is a fun community group for preschoolers.
Held fortnightly on Wednesdays from approximately 9:15 to 10:45 am at the Church Hall, Twinkle Toes is open to all who wish to come along. Please bring a gold coin donation.
Throughout the 170 years of our parish's history we have always supported missions overseas and have seen that as one of our primary responsibilities.
This group meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month in the lounge at the back of the Church hall.
Our latest outreach has been supplying the Men's Shelter in Beach Street with warm blankets for up to ten temporary residents. Contact Erena Roberts (758 0770) - we'd love you to join us!
Knit & Knatter
ANGLICAN ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN
The AAW is a nation-wide Christian women's fellowship organisation covering areas of Overseas and Outreach (local and overseas), Social Concerns and Prayer.
Contact Elaine James, Leader (769 9904) or Norma Benton, Secretary (758 6783).