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  Chris

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:

Mondays: Community Choir at 7.30pm. All are welcome, whatever your ability or experience.  Sacred Harp Singers meet on the last Monday in the month.

Tuesdays:

  • Church open 12-3 every week. 2nd Tuesday in month Manchester Migrant Solidarity meet.
  • Bell Ringing 7pm-8.30pm Open to beginners. MUGCR.
  • Ydalir Vikings on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday in the month at 7pm.
  • Exploring Faith on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday in the month at 7pm. We start with food and welcome your questions. A group exploring what Christian faith might mean in our contemporary world.

Wednesdays: Manchester School of Samba 7pm-9.30pm

Thursdays: 2nd Thursday in the Month is film night

Fridays: 4th Friday in the month is Ara.

 

Gigs and events

We regularly host gigs, exhibitions and events.

Thursday 1st December Tindrumm concert at 7pm, more details to follow.

Friday 9th December: International Guitar star Galina Vale presents a flamboyant concert starting at 7.30pm. Tickets are available at https://www.ents24.com/salford-events/sacred-trinity-church/galina-vale/1073802792\\

We also heartly invite you to our Beer and Carols event on the 11th December at 7 pm.
We will open our bar at Sacred Trinity, serving real Ale, Mulled Wine and a few other drinks. We’ll gather round the piano and for a couple of hours we’ll belt out favourite Carols and Christmas Songs. David, our fantastic director of music, will support us with his choir. We promise fun and a lot of laughs and maybe even the odd tear in the eye too. If you want to be involved with the music, let us know. We’re really looking forward singing with you!

Friday 16th December we have Darkkore: A night of Dark Decadence. Trad Goth, Industrial, Alt 80s and live music from the Midwich Cuckoos.

If you prefer a more traditional Carol Service than Beer and Carols, we have got a Christmas Carol Service on Sunday, 18th December. Please join us for our usual Morning Worship with Communion at 11.15 am. This service will have a Festive twist though, as we will be singing lots of traditional Christmas hymns. Refreshments of tea, coffee and mince pies will be served after the service.

We have also got a Film Night on the second Thursday in the month at 7 pm with the possibility to discuss or reflect about the film afterwards.
The next Film Nights are:

8th December 2016: The BFG
“The magic, fantasy, and eventual pure sweetness between the two central characters is nothing short of heartwarming.”
-Jill Murphy, Common Sense Media

The fantasy adventure film “The BFG” has been directed and co-produced by Steven Spielberg in 2016 and tells the story of an orphan girl who befriends a benevolent giant, dubbed the “Big Friendly Giant”, that takes her to the Giant country where they attempt to stop the man-eating giants that are invading the human world.
Official trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frGSzFj10p4

12th January 2017: I, Daniel Blake
“With the right handling, the movie has a chance to connect with audiences as few Loach films ever have. It’s a work of scalding and moving relevance.” – Owen Gleiberman

The protagonist Daniel Blake is a 59-year-old joiner living in the North-East of England who has worked all his adult life but has suffered a major heart attack. That is the reason why he finds himself in need of state welfare and meets a desperate single mother who needs the same thing. Together, the duo discovers that negotiating through the red tape is a challenge.
Official trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahWgxw9E_h4