Join us for our special Easter services!

Easter Day – 16th April:

Dawn Service, 6am followed by breakfast for those who want it.
Easter Day Communion Service, 11.15am followed by an Easter Egg Hunt!

7 pm we have our Easter Evening reflection with the usual chilled out atmosphere and refreshments



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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.

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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.




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.

Sacred Harp Singers meet on the last Monday in the month.

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.

Free English Classes for non-native speakers are on Wednesdays, 12.45-2.45pm.

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.

Lent Course: The Mystery of Everything

Our lent course for this year is “The Mystery of Everything” based on a book by Hilary Brand which takes the multi-award winning film about Stephen Hawking, The Theory of Everything, as its starting point.
We will explore ways in which the mysteries of the universe and of everyday life – and the acceptance that we have more questions than answers – can reinvigorate our faith and spiritual journey. Each session will include an extract from the film, group discussion and prayer.

8th March: The experience of wonder
15th March: The enigma of weakness
22nd March: The complexity of relationships
29th March: The encounter with frailty
5th April: The hope beyond brokenness

Marie Pattison will facilitate, as the course is not about science and religion (which she dislikes) but mystery, faith and relationships (which she loves to talk about).
We will meet every Wednesday evening in Lent at 7pm at the Rectory, 6 Encombe Place, Salford. If you don’t know how to get there the first time, you can also come to Sacred Trinity Church at 6.45pm and we will pick you up from there.
Just come along if you’re interested, we’re looking forward to some very interesting sessions and discussions with you!


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!

The next Film Nights are:

6th April 2017: Arrival
“Villeneuve has crafted a movie akin to “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”: an imaginative, escapist what-if scenario overlaid with profound questions about fate, loss and the meaning of love.” – Ann Hornaday, Washington Post
Based on the 1998 short story “Story of Your Life” by Ted Chiang and directed by Denis Villeneuve, the film “Arrival” tells the story of Linguistics professor Louise Banks (Amy Adams) who leads an elite team of investigators when gigantic spaceships touch down in 12 locations around the world. As nations teeter on the verge of global war, Banks and her crew must race against time to find a way to communicate with the extraterrestrial visitors. Hoping to unravel the mystery, she takes a chance that could threaten her life and quite possibly all of mankind.
Click here for the official trailer.
Please note: This Film Night won’t be on the second Thursday in the month because that would be in Holy Week. So we’ll be meeting at the first Thursday, the 6th April.

11th May 2017: Silence
“It’s a film about the search for God in circumstances defined by His absence.” – Robbie Collin, The Telegraph
We’d like to invite you to our Film Night in May! On the 11th May at 7pm we’ll show the 2016 historical drama film “Silence”, directed by Martin Scorsese and written by Jay Cocks and Scorsese, based upon the 1966 novel of the same name by Shūsaku Endō. The film tells the story of two Christian missionaries (Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver) who face the ultimate test of faith when they travel to Japan in search of their missing mentor (Liam Neeson) – at a time when Christianity was outlawed and their presence forbidden.
Click here for the official trailer.

8th June 2017: Lion
“Lion is the most real, moving, bonding and universal story I have ever seen on film. And it’s a special gift now that we are being told to isolate ourselves and pretend we are not all passengers on space ship earth.” – Gloria Steinem, Writer and Activist
We warmly invite you to our Film Night in June where we’ll be showing the 2016 biographical film “Lion”, directed by Garth Davis, based on the non-fiction book “A Long Way Home” by Saroo Brierley.
The films deals with five-year-old Saroo who gets lost on a train which takes him thousands of Kilometers across India, away from home and family. Saroo must learn to survive alone in Kolkata, before ultimately being adopted by an Australian couple. Twenty-five years later, armed with only a handful of memories, his unwavering determination, and a revolutionary technology known as Google Earth, he sets out to find his lost family and finally return to his first home.
Click here for the official trailer.


7th April 2017, 7pm: Holly Macve Concert – SOLD OUT!
“Little is known of Holly other than she is a 20 year old from Yorkshire who appeared out of nowhere in Brighton late last year. I had a tip-off to go to a basement bar where she was playing. In a room full of beery boys chatting across all the music beforehand, the minute Holly opened her mouth the room fell silent. Hers is a rare gift.”– Simon Rymonde, Bella Union
Listen to her music on Soundcloud.

27th April 2017, 8pm: Caitlin Gilligan Concert
We are thrilled to be hosting Caitlin Gilligan, as she launches her brand new EP The Painter & The Sky.
Listen to her music on Soundcloud.

Also on the bill are Liverpool-based duo Limerance.
Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday 22 April.

12th May 2017, 7pm: Diane Birch Concert
“[Nous Is] her most compelling and modern work yet, finding a niche somewhere between Sade and Stevie Nicks. With it Birch’s prowess and originality finally come through loud and clear.” – Village Voice, October 2016
Diane Birch’s latest album, the self-produced Nous, is her bravest and most independent work to date. Written and recorded mostly in Berlin, Nous draws on musical influences as varied and rich as Birch’s own international upbringing—from her childhood as a preacher’s daughter in Zimbabwe and South Africa, to her wedding dress and black-lipstick days as a Goth teen in Portland, to her late teens in L.A. where she paid her musical dues playing piano and singing covers in fancy hotels. She was discovered on MySpace in 2007, and shortly thereafter moved to London and New York to begin her recording career.  In Nous, Birch channels Ambrosian hymns, moody soul, Debussy and RnB, all brought together with an unflagging attention to classic pop songwriting and the intricate possibilities of the piano. Lyrically, Nous explores questions of love, power, gender, and loss, along with Birch’s recurring odes to the concept of a “higher self.” Indeed, the album’s title doesn’t only mean “we” in French. Nous is an ancient Greek term for  “awareness.”
Listen to her music on Soundcloud.
Tickets are available online.

9th June 2017, 7pm: Acoustic Amnesty – Songwriters circle fundraising night
The next Acoustic Amnesty fundraiser will again be at the beautiful
Sacred Trinity Church. This time we are fundraising for the excellent
Help Musicians UK charity  as well as Manchester Amnesty.
The excellent performers are Quiet Loner, Kirsty McGee and Karen
Turley. A distinctly Americana flavour, although all our artists are very much rooted in the British Isles.
The gig will be seated and totally silent for performances with the (well stocked!) bar in a separate room. We are remaining with our approach of no sound system whatsoever – totally acoustic using the natural acoustics of the venue.
If you want to see how fantastic the format of the evening is here is a
video of one.
Tickets are available online and at the door.

15th July 2017, 4.30pm: North Sea Radio Orchestra and William D Drake
The uniqueness of NSRO’s music has meant they have never really belonged to any ‘scene’, having always defied categorisation. Some continue to include them in with the ‘Nu Folk’ phenomenon but in reality they continue as they have always done: doing it all themselves, ploughing their own furrow outside of any group or affiliation, creating beautiful, crafted music for music lovers uninterested in category or genre. It is in this light that they have set up their own label, ‘The Household Mark’, to release their latest record. The creative freedom that flows through this album in part springs from the liberating feeling of not having to seek assurances from label, contemporaries or advisors. Without them NSRO have been free to create a unified collection of songs and instrumentals that will stand up to scrutiny for years to come.
North Sea Radio Orchestra – ‘I a moon’; beautiful, redolent, ancient and modern, English and world, unique.
Tickets are available online.