There are lots of ways to be involved in the life of our church, and grow as a Christian through serving God. We have a growing praise band and sound team, always looking for new members, hospitality team, people to welcome at the door, and plenty of openings to get involved in youth work. If you have a gift that youd like to use, please let us know and we'll do our best to give you the opportunity in Partick Trinity.
Here's a quick look at what we do at Partick Trinity Church. You will find more details about some of these events elsewhere on our website, but for more info about any of them or how to get involved, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our main act of worship is on Sunday at 11am. Our evening services have a variety of interesting focuses and formats. There are no evening services on the first and last sundays of the year, Palm Sunday, Easter Day and during July and August. For full details, see Services.
Using singing and various modes of prayer, this gathering on the second Thursday of the month is a vital part of our work. We therefore warmly invite you to join us. See Prayer .
These friendly groups meet on alternate weeks in church and in members' homes between October and June for a time of fellowship and informal Bible study. New members are always welcomed. See here for more information.
This club for children and young people makes it fun to learn about Jesus and living the Christian life. It meets upstairs in the hall from 10.45am for games, crafts and stories, before joining the rest of the congregation for the end of the morning service, finishing at 12.15pm. The club caters for children from 3 to 16. Check out the Youth Work page.
There is a crèche every Sunday morning for under-3s to allow parents to attend morning worship.
This is a lively club for children from Primary 4 to 7. It meets on Fridays, from 5.30pm to 7pm, for games, singing, crafts, drama and Bible teaching. It's great fun! Check out the Youth Work page.
Club for older children (p7-s2) Meets on Wednesdays after school, 4:00pm - 5:00pm. Open to all !! Check out the Youth Work page.
Mothers and Toddlers
This group meets in our large hall every Monday at 10.30am. It is open to all who live in the area.
The Guides, for girls aged 10 years and over, meet on Fridays at 7pm. They are delighted to welcome new members.
The Brownies, for girls aged 7 and 10, meet on Wednesdays at 6.15pm. Spaces are limited but new members are welcomed.
Girls aged from 5 to 7 are welcome to join the Rainbows, who meet for fun on Mondays at 6pm.
Wednesday Coffee Mornings
Every Wednesday morning, the church is open for coffee and fellowship. Everyone is welcome.
One O'clock Club
The One O'clock Club is an afternoon of food, fun and friendship. It meets on the second Tuesday each month, from 1pm to 3pm.
Blythswood Support Group
This group meets in Church House every second Wednesday, from 1pm to 3pm. They make simple teddies, hats, scarves, gloves, etc., which are distributed through the charity Blythswood.
Partick Trinity aims to spread the Good News throughout the area. If you live within our parish you will receive a leaflet from us at key times in the Christian Year. Our members may also have called at your door as part of our rolling programme of parish visitations. Check out An Active Church.
Partick Trinity is in contact with people who are involved in Christian missionary work in many parts of the world. Many have connects with people in our congregation and occasionally come to tell us what's happening in their area.. These Christian workers receive both practical and prayer support from us. See www.world-mission.org.
These are some of today's activities at Partick Trinity. If you would like to look back at our congregation in the past, see Our History.