Churches Together in Southwell

Holy Trinity Church

Living Waters Ministries

Our Lady of Victories

Riverside Church

Southwell Baptist Church

Southwell Methodist Church

Southwell Minster

Holy Trinity - CTS March Update

At present our church is still in a period of interregnum.


Men’s Breakfast

This is held on the 1st Saturday of every second month. It is a chance for men to meet together over a good-cooked breakfast. There is a speaker who will talk on a subject of interest and relevance to men featuring how faith has helped in the speaker’s life.


Youth Cafe

A safe and welcoming place for the children and young people in Southwell where they can be with their friends. There are free hot drinks, cakes and smoothies, whilst using our games console, table tennis, table football and other equipment. They are held on Tuesday evenings: Years 3 – 6 6:00 - 7:00 PM Years 7+ 7:30 - 9:00 PM


Small Groups

These are small groups, which meet fortnightly (usually during term time) where friendships can be made and faith deepened. We currently run a good number of groups (there is at least one meeting on each of the days during the week), of differing styles and profiles. While most meet in the evenings, there are some that meet during the day.


Trinity Toddlers

Trinity Toddlers meets in Church where chairs divide the church into “rooms” which contain ride-on toys, a baby area, a home corner, trains and construction, climbing equipment etc, and there is always a craft activity. Tea, coffee, squash, toast and biscuits are available until 10:30 AM, when it is story time, and at 10:45 AM we sing. There is no charge, but we do appreciate donations, that help to fund Toddlers.

Sessions are held on Tuesdays during term time, between 8:45 AM and 11:00 AM



Come and meet people over coffee and cake as well as  activities, games, occasional films and crafts etc Always followed by a light lunch (optional) between

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM All ages welcome.

Wednesdays 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM 



A welcoming group for those who would like companionship, or who have issues with their memory. There are various activities followed by an optional light lunch.

The last Wednesday of every month, between 10:00AM - 14:00PM


Worship Group

A small and dedicated group, that is always happy to welcome new members, who love to sing, or play any instrument for the glory of God, and to lead ourselves and others into a place of worship.

The group meets regularly on Thursday evenings.


Ladies Group 

This group meets to hear talks from members of our church, and from people with local and community interests.

Held on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 2:00PM in church.


Living With Loss

A supportive group for those experiencing any kind of loss - a loved one, independence, work, separation?

It is very informal and welcoming, with cake and coffee served, and is for people to join in with as and when they feel the need.

Living with loss meets on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month between 10AM - 12PM 


Holy Trinity Beyond Southwell


Holy Trinity Mission Fund

We have Holy Trinity Mission Fund, which is used to support members of the church who want to take part in mission opportunities. It is also the route through which we can support mission organisations.


This is also used for donations to one-off appeals and similar worthwhile causes.


Keframa High School Uganda

Holy Trinity Mission Fund also helped with Keframa High School, a secondary school for extremely poor or orphaned children. Both of these organisations aim to give poor young people an opportunity for education with a Christian ethos.

There is also a pupil sponsorship scheme.

Church Pastoral Aid Society

We support the Church Pastoral Aid Society which is also a patron of Holy Trinity Church.



Tearfund is supported during our Harvest service and at various other events during the year.


Christian Aid

We support  Christian Aid Week and other activities during the year, including campaigns to reduce the unfair burden of debt for developing countries, disaster relief etc.


Refugee Routes

Launched in 2001 as The Rainbow Project, based on the vision of St. Stephen's Church in Hyson Green, Refugee Roots continues to be motivated and inspired by Christian faith. Holy Trinity supports this project in a variety of ways including collecting food donations every week.