At Holy Trinity, there is a warm welcome for children and young people, large and small.
We believe they have a huge contribution to make to the life of our congregation, bringing freshness and energy to congregational life.
HTKidz is our children’s group (mostly but not exclusively primary age) which meets during the 10.30 service on Sunday morning. At present, we are low on numbers and meet less frequently accordingly to the children’s availability. The focus is on having fun while learning about the Bible and what it means to have a relationship with God.
We have seasonal ‘messy church’ events, including our ever-popular Nativity/Christingle celebration at Christmas. Contact Gen Pont (email: email@example.com) for information on when we’re meeting next.
HTKidz have their very own corner in the church, where children, toddlers and their parents can chill out on those (rare!) occasions the service becomes a little bit boring. It’s stocked with toys, pens/paper and books to keep you entertained.
The Youth Fellowship usually meets monthly in the hall. We enjoy badminton, snooker, table tennis, table football, and other games.
Sometimes there’s a quiz or a craft activity, and we usually finish with discussion or a video on some aspect of the Bible or the Christian life.
There’s also usually some cookies or other home baking involved! In the summer months, we normally go out to the park for football, rugby, rounders etc.
Contact Alistair Shaw (tel: 07580 638880; email: firstname.lastname@example.org) for information on when we’re meeting next.
Prior to Covid-19, we held an All-Age service at 10.30 on Sunday morning once a month. The focus was on contemporary music (led by our Music Group) and a more relaxed, inclusive approach to worship, including a shorter liturgy.
We are hoping to restart this soon. Watch this space!
Our choir welcomes singers of any age, and we’re always on the lookout for young instrumentalists to join our Music Group.
There are opportunities to get involved with young people from other congregations through activities organised by the Diocesan Youth Committee and the annual Scotland-wide ‘Glen’ residential event at Glenalmond College.