Welcome!

Exploring Faith is our small group gathering where we discuss Christian faith in an environment where your questions will be welcomed. We always start with food at 7pm. The next course starts on Thursday 18th October.

Exploring Faith

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About

Sacred Trinity are a welcoming church worshipping in a small but lovely building.  Sacred Trinity was the first church in Salford but is right next to Manchester city centre and we relate to both the city centre and the rest of Salford.  Many of our congregation walk to church but some come from further away. The building is also host to a variety of different groups.

Andy1  Rebecca  Marie

Haydn  David

Sundays

We meet on Sunday mornings at 11.15 am for a contemporary Anglican Communion. We are fairly traditional but friendly and relaxed with a twist of creativity. We always say that “All are Welcome” and we genuinely believe it. We are a mix of young and old, black and white, gay and straight, male and female, child and adult, well off and struggling to get by, noisy and quiet… Whoever you are there is room for you at Sacred Trinity. After the service we serve good coffee and have a chance to chat.

Sunday evenings we meet at 7.00 pm for a quieter, smaller, less formal service. In the evenings we start with a drink and we also get the beanbags out.

 

 

Weekdays

Various weekly activities:

Our Church is open on Tuesdays between 12-3pm for visitors.

Community Choir: We’re just a relaxed and lovely group of people who enjoy singing. We’re meeting every Monday evening from 7.30-9.30pm at Sacred Trinity Church. All are welcome, whatever your ability or experience. Come and join us and learn some arrangements of pop and show tunes and also church music. We’re performing at community events and special occasions in church, e.g. at Sacred Trinity’s Beer and Carols, their Carol Service in Advent and their Easter Day Service. Simply join us on a Monday evening or send David Hillary, our director of music, an email (hillary5678@btinternet.com) if you’re interested. You can also find us on Facebook. Please note that we are taking a break over the summer, we will be back from the 4th September.

Exploring Faith is generally on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month (1st and 15th Feruary, 1st, 15th and 22nd March), 7pm. Each session starts with food and will hopefully end with some interesting discussions about Christianity. All are welcome.

Bell Ringing: Manchestester Universities Guild of Change Ringers (MUGCR) meet every 2nd and 4th Tuesday in the month, 7pm-8.30pm for a practice night and on Sundays for the Service Ringing at 10.45-11.15am. Open to beginners.

Ydalir Vikings meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday in the month at 7pm.

Manchester School of Samba meets every Wednesday, 7pm-9.30pm.

Film Night is every 2nd Thursday in the month at 7pm. Look at our Gigs and Events Page to see which Films will be next!

Manchester Migrant Solidarity meet on the 2nd Tuesday in the month between 2-4pm.

ArA Night is on the 4th Friday in the month.

Gigs and events

We regularly host gigs, exhibitions and events.

Film Nights

We have also got a Film Night on the second Thursday in the month at 7pm with the possibility to discuss or reflect about the film afterwards. Admission is free!

Thursday 11th October: Isle of Dogs
In this stop-motion-animated film, an outbreak of canine flu in Japan leads all dogs to be quarantined on an island. A boy journeys there to rescue his dog Spots, and gets help from a pack of misfit canines who have also been exiled.

Thursday 8th November: Funny Cow
Maxine Peake dominates the screen as producer and star of this painful, angry film written by Tony Pitts and directed by Adrian Shergold, about a fictional female club comedian fighting her way to the top, or at least the middle, in 1970s Britain.

Thursday 6th December: Swimming with Men
Swimming with Men is 2018’s answer to The Full Monty, with middle-aged men regaining their masculinity by engaging in something considered very unmasculine, in this case, synchronised swimming. Rob Brydon’s Eric is an accountant, with a nice house and a nice family but he feels unhappy in his life. After accusing his wife of having an affair, he abandons his home and marriage, holing up in a hotel where his only remaining pleasure in life proves to be his daily swimming.

Gigsgoth americana

On the 12th of October we welcome you to a night of Gothic Folk Americana in Sacred Trinity Church Salford with The Hurtful Taunts, Wife Of Cain and Give ‘Em Hell.