Holy Trinity Church Theale

At Holy Trinity we hope Christians will have the opportunity to deepen their faith and those exploring Christianity will be able to find out more.


Come and join us on Sundays at 10.30am with clear Bible teaching and wonderful music with hymns old and new. The first Sunday in the month is Morning Worship – the other three Sundays are Holy Communion.


Families and children are especially welcome: there is a relaxed friendly atmosphere and a special place at the back of the church for families with young children where the children can move around freely and enjoy toys and books provided. During the Bible readings and sermon, we hope children will come and join us in the Rectory for our Sunday School Groups:  Scramblers - 3-6 years and Explorers – 7-13 years.


Our other services include our monthly Family Church at 4pm at St. Luke’s and on the first Sunday in the month an informal Holy Communion Service at 6.30pm at Holy Trinity. Every month we have Famiy Church at 4pm with a special theme, craft activities, action songs, etc.

Welcome!

Bell ringing at Theale

Choir at Theale

Church open every Saturday

Prayer Lunch 1pm (lunch 1-1.30pm; prayer 1.30pm-2pm)

4pm Family Church – Puppet Church

Morning Service - at 10:30am

Holy Trinity Theale is now on Twitter and Facebook. Click on links at bottom of the page

Now on Facebook and Twitter

23/06/2015

21/06/2015

Every Sunday

Church activities

Upcoming highlights

Our Events
FAMILY CHURCH
EXPLORING FAITH

Do you want to know more about the Christian faith? Come and join us for a series of 6 x 1 hour sessions held fortnightly at the Rectory. Please contact Ann Templeman on anntempleman@live.co.uk for details or call  0118 930 2759

Our next family church will be on Sunday 21st June at 4pm at St. Lukes Church, Englefield Road. There will be singing, refreshments and Activities. All welcome!

INTRODUCING OUR NEW TREASURER

Welcome to our new treasurer, Stephen Bridge. He is

looking forward to the challenge of being Holy Trinity’s treasurer, understanding how a parish church functions, and forming a lasting relationship with all those people who ensure the smooth running of our church.