Joining a church can sometimes feel a little like suddenly becoming part of a very large family! 

We love having new people join our church family, and if you're new at Trinity we're eager to make the transition as easy as possible for you!  

A Welcome Lunch is your chance to meet some other people who are new-ish, a few people who have been around a bit longer, and to enjoy a meal together. There's an opportunity for you to ask any questions that you might have about our church, who's who, and how things work at Trinity.

Our next Welcome Lunch is Sunday 7 April, from 1 PM at Clayton & Kathy Fopp's home in Littlehampton.  If you've been around for a few weeks or months, and would like to get to know your new Trinity family a little better, please join us!

You can let us know you're coming and advise us of any dietary requirements by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by using the Communication Slip on Sundays.

Please join us!


Junior Youth Bible Study

The Bible.
Lots of books. In one book.
But what is it good for??
Come along to Junior Youth Bible Study this Sunday and find out! We’d love to see you!


Kids' Church: Jesus was arrested

Jesus knew that His death was God’s plan to save people from sin. Jesus’ friends turned against Him and He was arrested and put on trial, but Jesus followed His Father’s plan in order to bring salvation to the world.  Come along to Kids Church this Sunday to hear more. We hope you can be there!
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Kids' Church: Jesus raised Lazarus

Come along to Kids Church this Sunday to learn more about Lazarus!  We can’t wait for you to join us!
When Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead, He showed that He has power over death. Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and the life.” Jesus died on the cross for our sin and rose from the dead. He gives eternal life to those who trust in Him.
#thegospelprojectkids #trinitykids
The Last Supper
At the Passover, Jesus shared His last meal with the disciples before His death and resurrection. Jesus said that His death would establish a new covenant. God’s people had broken the old covenant, and God promised to make a new covenant to forgive sins. God forgives the sins of those who trust in His Son, Jesus.
Come along to Kids Church on Sunday to hear more about the last supper.  We can’t wait to see you!
#trinitykids #thegospelprojectkids

We're gathering to pray this Tuesday, 19 February, 8 - 9:15 PM at Cornerstone College

While we pray in all sorts of ways and on all manner of occasions, it is especially good to join together in prayer.  Gathering as a church to pray gives us an opportunity as a family to bring our concerns to God, and to join with each other in thanking God for his goodness to us!  Of course, lots of Christians also find it really encouraging to listen to others pray, and to learn from the prayers of other believers.Prayer Gathering

Our focus for this first prayer gathering for 2019 will be the Pearces and the Kleins with whom we partner in cross-cultural mission, the upcoming Woodcroft Church Plant, and those we've named on our 5 Friends 5 Ways card.

Please join us Tuesday 19 February, at 8 PM, in Paideia at Cornerstone College.

You can pray out loud, or not.  And if you come 15 minutes early, at 7:45, tea, coffee, and light supper will be served! 


When Jesus cleared the dishonest people from the temple, He showed His commitment to honoring God. The temple was supposed to be a place where people could pray and worship God. Jesus was going to die on the cross to take away people’s sins so anyone who trusted in Him could come to God.
We hope you can join us in Kids Church on Sunday to learn more!
#trinitykids #thegospelprojectkids

An opportunity to be surprised and challenged

Do you want to learn more about what it means to be a Christian? 
Have you got questions about Jesus?
Do you wonder if we can trust what the Bible says?
Are you new to the Christian faith?
Do you have a friend who's interested in what you believe?
Then Simply Christianity is for you!
Simply Christianity is a five-session introduction to the Christian faith, based on the historian Luke's account of Jesus' life.  The goal is to surprise and challenge ordinary people, (whether 'churched' or 'unchurched') with the unique story of Jesus.
There are three types of people we're inviting to Simply Christianity:
1) Christians who want to think seriously about what they believe.
2) People who are interested in learning about the Christian faith.
3) Anyone who will come because a friend would like to be part of it.
TCMB is hosting Simply Christianity across five TUESDAY evenings: March 12, 16, 26, April 2 & 9 at 7:30 PM in the Cornerstone College Middle School building.
Simply Christianity is an opportunity to ask questions.
Simply Christianity is a chance to listen and discuss.
Simply Christianity is for anyone.
Simply Christianity is free.
Places are limited, so please contact the church office as soon as possible if you and/or someone you know would like to be a part of it.  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fill out a Communication Slip on Sunday. We'd love to see you there! Simply Christianity

Junior Youth Bible Study

Kids in years 4 – 6 at school?  Join us on Sunday morning for Junior Youth Bible Study as we get stuck into 1 Peter! We’d love to see you there! #trinityjunioryouth


Why do builders use cornerstones?
Who do we need to have as the cornerstone of our lives?
What does it mean to go from darkness into God's "marvellous light"?
Come along to Junior Youth Bible Study (years 4 -6) on Sunday to see what the Bible says!

Jesus was anointed

Join us at Kids Church on Sunday as we learn more about Mary anointing Jesus with oil.
Pouring the expensive oil on Jesus was not a waste, it was worship. By allowing Mary to anoint Him, Jesus showed that He is more valuable than anything. Jesus knew He would soon die for sinners, be buried, and rise from the dead on the third day.
#trinitykids #thegospleprojectkids
By healing the woman and raising the little girl from the dead, Jesus showed His power as the Messiah. Jesus died on the cross and rose again to save people from sin and death. When we trust in Jesus, God forgives our sin and changes us to be more like His Son.
We’d love for you to come along to Kids Church on Sunday to learn more about Jesus!
#thegospelprojectkids #trinitykids