Parish of Rainow (Holy Trinity)
Holy Trinity is the largest and the youngest of the three churches, and the only one to hold a regular Sunday service every week. It serves the local community throughout the year through a wide range of different services, groups and events that are open to all.
This is a more traditional service, in which bread and wine are shared to remember Jesus’ loving sacrifice and to draw us together in fellowship as one body. All are welcome, without exception, to come to the alter rail to receive communion.
During this service, children are invited to go into the Church Centre to take part in Junior Church.
This is a more informal, lively service with a mix of modern and traditional songs. All ages are welcome and families and young children are included in the whole service, which can involve anything from videos and craft to stories and magic. And lots of fun.
Though Evensong is traditionally choral, our service is a more relaxed, prayerful and meditative one for those looking for a quiet space in amongst the busyness of life.
The carol service at Rainow is traditionally held on the last Sunday before Christmas.
Our prayer group meets fortnightly in the Church Centre for a time of fellowship and quiet prayer. All are welcome to join us.
All are welcome to come join our bi-monthly group where we discuss Bible passages together. No need to have all the answers – no one else does. We do have biscuits though.
Praise & Play
A really informal monthly pre-school group with songs, musical instruments, stories and activities with a simple Christian message. And toys, lots of toys. Plus tea, coffee and biscuits and a chance for mum / dad / aunty / uncle / grandad / grandma / carer to regain their sanity. If it hasn’t gone for good, that is.
Mothers’ Union is an international Christian membership charity that aims to demonstrate the Christian faith in action through the transformation of communities worldwide. Rainow members meet together monthly to listen to talks, enter contests and go on trips together.