Trinity
Methodist and United Reformed Church,
John St. Porthcawl. Bridgend. CF36 3DT
Tel 01656 772364
Minister
Rev Prof. Teddy Kalongo
Tel 01656 786070

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Welcome to our website we hope you find it informative and helpful.

The Church is normally open most days, although the office is not manned all day, someone should be there at the following times:
Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 11am - 2pm
Tuesday & Thursday 10am - 1pm

Please do not ring during Worship times!

Looking back may I be filled with gratitude looking forward may
I be filled with hope looking upward may I be conscious of strength
looking inward may I find deep peace
.

 

If you would like to comment on "everyday" issues then you are very welcome to log onto the Methodist Website

where you can post questions or comments for others to discuss.

On line Bible Reading/Study course click here

For Room availability and bookings call the lettings secretary on

01656 782527

If you have Internet e-mail then you can contact us via
admin@trinityporthcawl.co.uk

MARRIAGES. BAPTISMS. & FUNERAL SERVICES
Arranged by appointment with the Minister


General Information
A loop system is installed for the benefit of those with hearing aids (please turn them to the T posistion) A creche is available from where the service can be seen and heard.
Tape recordings of the services are available for loan.
Junior Church welcomes all children to join them after prayers of dismisal.
Facilities for the disabled

pages last updated 26th/Feb/2017

Trinity, Methodist & United Reformed Church, John Street, Porthcawl, Bridgend
Information provided on this site is to give an overall insight into the work of Trinity Church. Any times or activities indicated are provided in good faith. But the author takes no responsibility for any errors in times or failure of an organization to provide the indicated service. Please contact the Organization direct for up to the minute information as demand dictates the viability of many of the services.