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Trinity Church Centre

Trinity Church Centre


Postcode:- LA14 5HT

Trinity Church Centre is still here – just differently


 In the light of the latest announcement from the government we can no longer open our church on Sunday mornings for those who want to come to reflect and pray quietly.

 We do have Worship at Home sheets though. These contain prayers, hymns, Bible readings and reflections, for the next three Sundays. We are using them at home on Sunday mornings at 11am, our usual service time. In this way we can be ‘together whilst apart’. If you haven’t got these sheets, but would like a copy, please get in touch


 There’s a lot of help, support and advice out there to help us through the coronavirus pandemic. Here are a few of them

 Did you know that there’s a Support Hub in Barrow offering advice, support and practical help for people who are self-isolating? It doesn’t offer any medical advice.

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 There’s also a Facebook group offering support, information and advice for the local area.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Community help (barrow & surrounding areas)

It’s a private group. Just ask to join if you think it could be useful to you

If you need spiritual help, please get in touch and we’ll do our best to help


Trinity Church Centre, Warwick St, Barrow, LA14 5HT

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Sunday Services

We meet for worship every Sunday morning at 11 am and there is coffee available in the lounge from 10.15 am.

4.00pm (winter) or 6.30pm (summer) Evening Service (check current edition of Newslink for details

Hi everyone,
Here’s our latest Newsletter. There’s also a leaflet which Rev Jennet McLeod has written, which has material in it for us to use at home. We can’t meet for worship on a Sunday at Trinity for the foreseeable future, but we can still worship together if we all use these leaflets at 11am each Sunday morning – together though apart
Please join in this special worship. We are a family – let’s keep close   Emoji

Saturday 14th March

·       9 – 10am Men’s breakfast. A meeting place just for MEN! Come and try our bacon or sausage butties, endless cups of tea or coffee, and chat, chat, chat. It’s open to all men, and it’s free, although if you do want to make a contribution to the cost of the food, that will be welcomed

·       3-5pm Messy Church. Come and enjoy a couple of hours of family time – children must be accompanied by adults, and adults must be accompanied by a child/children. Fun, friends and FOOD!

Support local school children – come to our Bible Stories Exhibition. 12 local schools involved

The star attraction is the Bible Stories Exhibition, but there’s also Play any board games and 2 for T, which will make you think of warmer places

Sunday 15th March

·11am Rev Zena Smith is leading this service, which includes a baptism. Coffee in the lounge from 10.15 -10.45am

·11am Junior church

·4.00pm Our minister, Rev Jennet McLeod, is leading this service

 Monday 16th March

·       10am – 4pm Bible Stories Exhibition. Unique to our area. Come and see what our local children can achieve, and try some delicious refreshments as well

Tuesday 17th March

·       10am – 4pm Bible Stories Exhibition. 12 local schools and various other groups have entries in this brilliant exhibition. It’s free too!

Wednesday 18th March

·       10am – 4pm Bible Stories Exhibition. Feeling hungry? Enjoy lunch, or coffee after you’ve visited this interesting exhibition

·       7.30-10.30pm Play any Board Game in the lounge. Test your brain, enjoy yourself playing

    strategic board games with other adults

Thursday 19th March

·       10am – 4pm Bible Stories Exhibition. You’ll be amazed at the different ways the Bible stories are illustrated. Well worth a visit

Friday 20th March

·       10am – 4pm Bible Stories Exhibition. Even if you’ve only got 10 minutes to spare, pop in to have a look – you’ll be glad you did

Saturday 21st March

·       10am – 1pm Bible Stories Exhibition. Last chance (it closes at 1pm) – don’t miss it whatever you do. Remember there’s refreshments too, so you don’t need to be hungry or thirsty

Sunday 22nd March

·11am We welcome Mr Bob Mantle from Dalton, who is leading our service this morning. Coffee in the lounge from 10.15 – 10.45am

·11am Junior church

·4.00pm This service is a reflective service.  It gives time to think, and ponder, during the service. Ms Karen Edmondson from Vickerstown is leading the service

Wednesday 25th March

·       2 to about 4pm, 2 for T in the lounge. If you’ve had your trip to Italy cancelled, don’t worry – come to 2 for T and hear all about a holiday in Italy (earlier in the year). You’ll feel as if you’ve been away yourself! You don’t have to come to this in twos. Come by yourself and enjoy what’s on offer – refreshments, something to entertain you, and good company. (No charge)

Our regular weekday activities


·12.45 – 2.45pm parent & toddler group

·7 to about 9pm Bible study


·1.30 – 3.45pm indoor bowls

·5.30 – 7pm Brownies, for girls 7 to 10 years old

·5.45 – 6.45pm Rainbows, for girls 5 to 7 years old

·7.15 9pm Guides, for girls 10 to 14 years old

·7.15 – 9pm Senior Guides, for girls 14 years old to 25 years old


·9.30 – 11.30am parent & toddler group

·6.15 – 7.30pm junior badminton

·7.30 – 10pm badminton


·8.45 – 9.30am prayer group

·6 – 8pm Brownies, for girls 7 to 10 years old


·1.00 – 4pm badminton

Trinity Church Centre, Warwick St, Barrow, LA14 5HT

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Trinity Church Centre (A Brief History) –

‘We’ll go in the strength of the Lord’ is our motto and anniversary hymn, first sung as we left our premises for the massive refurbishment programme to commence, and as we rejoiced when our ‘new church’ was blessed on completion.

                Trinity Church Centre began life as several churches – Abbey Methodist, Hawcoat Methodist and Emmanuel URC. Situated on the main road in to the town centre of Barrow-in-Furness, we came together in 1991, in what was the Abbey Methodist building. It underwent massive refurbishment and restyling to provide us with an accessible building, comprising a fully adaptable, upstairs worship area, a lift being available for those who have a need for it. The worship area is set up with an audio visual facility, and there are further meeting rooms off the main room. Downstairs we have a large lounge with coffee bar, large, fully equipped   kitchen, and storage, as well as an offset small chapel which is used for evening and occasional services. There are various meeting rooms, and a large multi-use games hall.  

Many organisations meet within our premises on a regular basis. We have good links with the WI and the Civic Society, Toddlers, Steelworks Brass band as well as our own bible study, Guiding groups, indoor bowls, badminton and Women on Wednesday.  Our monthly coffee mornings are hosted by different groups of the church, and are a vital link with the local community as well as the United Area. At this time a prayer room is available for anyone who wishes to make use of it.

On a Thursday mornings we meet for a dedicated prayer time, to complement the prayer book which is always available. We also have a small but dedicated Junior Church who enjoy sharing in worship. We have All Age and Parade services once a term.  There is an evening healing service each month and also a monthly reflective act of worship using words, music, images and silence to aid our reflection.  We also have joint services with the United Area, the nearby Baptist Church, the Barrow Mission Community and Churches Together in Barrow and District.


Trinity Church Centre is part of the South West Cumbria United Area – the Methodist Church and United Reformed Church working together in South West Cumbria.

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