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Trinity Methodist Church

Here for Jesus, here for you

It stands at the top of Newland Avenue with its frontage on to Cottingham Road, - but this is certainly not the first Methodist to stand in close proximity to its present site.

Of the Wesleyan branch, the Church building goes back to 1858, when the lovely little mullioned window Chapel was opened on the Eastern side of the top of Newland Avenue, - again windows overlooking Cottingham Road, and standing on the site now occupied by the Hull Community Church. Well before the end of the century plans were afoot to build bigger, to take the quickly growing congregation, and in 1901, the new “School Chapel” was opened. Accommodating the large congregation and also their weekday activities, and plus the large Sunday school numbers. When this “School Chapel” had been erected in 1901 plans were already in hand for the eventual Church, the present Church and this number three of the Newland Methodist Churches was opened in June 1928. The last chapter in the life of Newland so far was in April 1994 when sadly The George Lamb Memorial Methodist Church on Lambert Street closes and the congregation joined with that of Newland taking on the new name of “Trinity”.

That was THEN – how about NOW? Trinity is an outgoing Church, and both currently and for many years past has been fortunate enough to count many students in our “family” – from overseas, the UK, young, and more mature. What gifts they have brought to us! Now is also about youth work, in the Cubs, Scouts, Boys’ Brigade, Girls’ Brigade, Junior Church, etc. With many other spiritual and happy opportunities via Fellowship meetings, prayer groups, and plus all the many extras which are regularly organized. Trinity is a caring church where people look out for one another. It is a church that seeks to offer worship for everyone. Our minister is the Rev. Wesley Loane.

At Trinity there is no watering down of the biblical message and we stand by our absolute belief in the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

Weekly Activities

Boys’ Brigade
The Boys’ Brigade is a Christian uniformed youth organisation for boys aged 5-18 years. The 24th Hull Company meets every Tuesday evening from 6.00pm. Boys undertake badge work which involves different types of activities geared up to meet the demands of the every day boy in the various age groups – art/crafts, hobbies, first aid, cooking, home and road safety, games, singing, storytelling, band, map reading, camping and much more.

For further details please contact Steve Lunn 01482 852197

Girls’ Brigade
The Girls’ Brigade is a Christian uniformed youth organisation for girls aged 4-25 years. The 12th Hull Company meets every Wednesday evening from 6.30pm and provides many varied activities. Girls Brigade offers a safe environment for girls from all walks of life to broaden their horizons, make new friendships and take part in exciting and challenging activities.

For further details please contact Jane Kitson 01482 802982

Scout Group
The Trinity Methodist Scout Group is for boys and girls aged 6-18 years. The Scouts meet every Thursday evening from 6.00pm, for fun and learning, camping and outings, working towards badges, playing games and much more.

For further details please contact Mollie Hartley 01482 470956

Evolution
Meet on the second and fourth Friday evening of the month at 7.00pm till 9.00pm We welcome young people ages 11-18. We have a range of activities, games and worship.

Magnettes
The Magnettes is a meeting for women of the church. They meet at 7.45pm on the second Monday in the month for friendship and fellowship.

Men’s Fellowship
The Men’s Fellowship meets the second and fourth Monday evening from March and November at 7.30pm.

Women’s Fellowship
The Women’s Fellowship meets every Monday at 2.30pm in the church hall. They welcome all who wish to share Christian fellowship and friend and enjoy hearing speakers on religious or secular topics.

Student Fellowship
Meets every Friday at 7.00pm; usually at Trinity. All students welcome

For further details contact Lawrence Thompson 0786348305

Breakfast Club
Meet on the second Sunday of every month, from 9.30am – 10.30am. After Breakfast we play games and do other activities. Children can also invite their parents.

Family Parade Services
Happens on the second Sunday of each month at 10.30am. This is where the young people and adults worship together for the whole service. The service is suitable for both children and adults.

JC
JC is our Junior Church and we meet every Sunday mornings in the Main Hall at 10.30am. There is a variety of age groups, providing a fun and safe atmosphere in which children can learn about Jesus and how to live as his friend.

Coffee Morning
This is normally held at 10.30am on the first Saturday of each month.

Hull Ladies Choir
Every Monday 7.30pm
For more details please contact 492711

Tai-Chi
1st Tuesday of the month 1.30pm
For more details please contact Janet 492513

Scrabble
1st Tuesday of the month 1.30pm
For more details please contact Pat 342897 or Edna 805982

Choir (New Avenue Singers)
Every Thursday 9.30am
For more details please contact Liz 374272

Ju-Jit-Su
Every Friday 7pm
For more details please contact George 494393

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Further Details

Christmas Carol Service – 28thth December at 6pm – 8.30pm

Featuring The East Riding of Yorkshire Band and Endsliegh Holy Child Primary School Choir

Other Events

Craft Fair - 28th November 10am - 4pm
Christingle Service - 20th December at 10.30am

Trinity Methodist Church

Tel: 01482 447081

Email: matt.lunn@hullwest.org

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