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Children and their families are very welcome at Holy Trinity. We know that some parents may be worried about keeping children quiet in church - but we are a family and so we don't mind if you need to move around or make a noise!

Term time children stay with us for the first part of the service and there are instruments and streamers to help them worship, before they leave for age appropriate children's group - if you're not sure where to go someone will be on hand to help!

During school holidays our services are all-age with an interactive style of teaching and worship.


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All children are different and we try and cater for them all. If your child has a special need then please talk to us and we will endeavour to do all we can to help your child feel at home.

Sunday groups

Babies to 3 years old 

 Pearls - held in the Kirkpatrick room at the back of church, with fun toys and prayer.

Age 3 - 11 

 Sunday Rocks is held in Church Gate House where we have games, explore the bible, pray, worship and have crafts to take home. We aim to provide an environment that is fun, encouraging and safe; where children can:

  • Begin to know the love of God through Jesus 
  • Grow in their relationship with Jesus 
  • Make and develop friendships 
  • Learn about Jesus’ way for living in the world 
  • Have fun every week! 

Ages 11-18 

Engage, with small group discussions and Bible studies that seek to encourage, challenge and ultimately change our lives for His purposes. 

Through the week

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Parents, carers, babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers are all welcome to come to Rompers, 
held in the church every Monday (during term-time) between 10-11.30am.

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Rudgwick Youth Centre

Secondary school kids are welcome to a variety Youth Activities held down at the Rudgwick Youth Centre. Throughout the week we have sessions aimed at different age groups, from 11-18 years.


At the end of October we also hold a  Light Party for primary school children & their parents, to which younger siblings are welcome.