Welcome!

Our vision is to build friendship and community in which faith, hope and love can transform lives.

During the pandemic we started producing a lot more online content and now we are back in church we still also publish a 15-20 minute video with the sermon, a reading, some prayers and a little music on. This will be published on Youtube, FaceBook, Instagram and on this website here.

We have a Eucharist at 11.15 am and Evening Service (in different styles) at 7.15pm every Sunday.

This weeks notice sheet:

Our Monthly Taizé service is on Sunday 7th August starting at 7.15pm. Here is the order of service.

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Safeguarding

Sacred Trinity Church takes safeguarding and the wellbeing of all very seriously and if anyone has any concerns about a safeguarding issue they should speak to Mel O’Neil, our Parish Safeguarding Officer or Andy Salmon, our Rector, or our Diocesan Safeguarding Team whose details are here. By following the link you can also view the policy that we adhere to.

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. Our vision is to be: “Building friendship and community in which faith, hope and love can transform lives” and our strapline is: “Welcoming; Inclusive; Creative.”

Sundays

We now are gathering in Church for both our Sunday Services. We are still being cautious about Covid but we are singing again and are able to be a little more relaxed.

Sunday Eucharist at 11.15am.

Sunday Evening Sacred Space 7.15pm. Doors open 6.45pm for refreshments.

We have a monthly patttern to Sunday evenings that is:

1st Sunday: Taizé – Meditative chants, prayer, silence.

2nd Sunday: Topic – A current issue explored.

3rd Sunday: Open Table – A service with a special emphasis on those who are LGBT+ and their friends.

4th Sunday: Bible – We delve into one of the books of the bible to find out more about it.

Weekdays

Some of our regular weekly activities have started up again now and we hope that more will be added soon.

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 (david-hillary@outlook.com) if you’re interested. You can also find us on Facebook.

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

Silence in the City: On Wednesdays at 6pm. Stillness and peace at the end of the working day. Join us for half an hour of quiet prayer including a period of silence. Starts up again on Wednesday 22nd September

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

Gigs and events

We regularly host gigs, exhibitions and events.

Film Nights

We usually have 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! We hope to start this again soon.

Gigs

Saturday 7th May 12 noon Great Sacred Music with HeartEdge Manchester Choral Scholars 

Andy Salmon and the HeartEdge Manchester Choral Scholars will explore the theme of “Seek the Welfare of the City” through readings, reflections and songs from the great classical music of our religious heritage in this 35-minute sequence.

 

Friday 20th May 7.30pm Madame Claude with support from Broke Casino and The Recreation.

Here’s a review of their gig at Gullivers recently. https://thepentatonic.co.uk/live-review-madame-claude-gullivers-manchester/  Sounds like it’ll be a lively night!

Tickets priced £11 are available at: https://www.fatsoma.com/e/ypfy8y8n/la/lg5v