Trinity Audenshaw
230 Audenshaw Road M34 5WP
Local Ecumenical Partneship (LEP) with United Reformed Church (URC)

Sunday Worship 10.45am

Room bookings - Susan Gregory 
637 2142 e-mail

Minister (Methodist)

Stephen Heath  e-mail

Minister (URC)

Rev Graham Tarn   e-mail


Please note that all services and meetings 
are now postponed because of the Covid19 pandemic

All activities and groups are cancelled until further notice


9am -12noon  
Community Cafe 

free,  but donations gladly accepted

 6.30pm -7.30pm  
Kids Club & After Club

see right

7.30pm - 9.30pm 
United Christian Singers  
All welcome


1.15pm -3.15pm  Craft Club

6pm - 7.15pm Rainbows
6.45pm - 8pm Brownies
6.45pm - 8.15pm Guides


2pm - 3.30pm Line Dancing

2pm Ladies Guild 
monthly, every 1st Wednesday 

7.45pm - 9.45pm Yoga


7.30 - 9.00pm Karate Group


9.15 - 11.30am   Trinity Tots

Cost £1.50 per family including healthy snacks,
 and refreshments for children and carers.
Term time only.
Contact Elaine 0161 285 9682






Trinity Christmas Fair

Audenshaw and Denton communities came together to join in the Festive fun at Trinity Church , Audenshaw on Saturday 23rd November 2019.  There was hot food available from our kitchen all day, with bacon and sausages served for breakfast, soup and a roll, cheese and onion pie or sandwiches 
for lunch followed by a variety of cakes and buns.  The church was filled with a variety of stalls, ranging from home made goods to home made cakes and pies, a tombola AND chocolate tombola.  

Christmas crafters came to sell their wares for people to buy that early Christmas gift and a raffle 
with a superb hamper as 1st prize.

For the children, the Polar Express arrived in the Creche with Father Christmas and Mrs Christmas!  Children were greeted, their Polar trip ticket punched and offered a drink of hot chocolate and a 
silver bell - can you hear the bell?.... and believe??   
The children could then watch some of Polar Express or join in paper plate decorating, 
cake decorating or simply colour in Christmas pictures to take away whilst waiting to meet 
Father Christmas and receive a gift from him.  

The day was a huge success - the kitchen almost ran out of food!! 
and raised a over £1,000.




Trinity Kids Club (U11) and After Club (12+)  
Monday evenings 6.30 - 7.30pm  

Both Kids Club and After Club are Christ-centred and we share God’s Word together through stories, games, crafts, music, prayer, drama and food!  Both Kids Club and After Club join together for the first half of each session, After Club helping with the activities and sharing the stories with the younger ones.  After Club then spend the second half hour in further discussion and activities with their leaders.   

Some of the children who started with us aged 4 & 5 have recently been appointed Young Leaders for Kids Club, and we are so happy and grateful that they still come along on each week.  

As part of our journey in discipleship, we look after each other and also try to help our neighbour.   We have done food collections, and donated our weekly giving to local, national and international charities.   We help with church events such as the Craft Fairs and Christian Aid coffee mornings, and our Pancake Party to mark the start of Lent is becoming an annual highlight!

We hold special family worship celebrations throughout the year which are always noisy, happy and welcoming, and we enjoy our end of term parties – even though we usually stay open throughout the summer too!   We have also made lots of new friends over the past few years when people have been invited to Club to show us how to make pottery, to handle animals, to paint ceramics, to enjoy a singing workshop, and to learn how to make music on African drums, amongst many other special occasions.

Our mums, dads and guardians have been encouraged to stay and chat over coffee (and usually cake!) from the outset of our Club, almost 10 years ago – and this group has become an opportunity for them to share their own fellowship together whilst we enjoy our activities.   From this group of mums and together with our youth leaders and other young women from our Sunday congregation, we have recently started a new Pudding Club – an opportunity to have time together – also with cake, of course!  

We are currently preparing for our first Kids Club & After Club Sleepover Challenge, as well as looking forward to our Christmas celebrations during which, hopefully, After Club and the older Kids Club members will also help prepare and serve Christmas Dinner to our church family and neighbours.

Everyone is welcome to join us on Monday evenings – please contact Anne for more information. 




ã The Methodist Church, Ashton- under- Lyne Circuit 2018
Registered UK Charity No. 1136791
site updated March 25, 2020