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Worship the King. Grow the Kingdom

Let us support you through our programmes and ministries

At Trinity we build a caring and healing community where everyone feels cared for and people are encouraged to offer care to one other.

We care first and foremost through Home Groups and small groups! We encourage you to join a Home Group where you will receive spiritual nurture and care.

However, there are times in everyone’s life when we need a little more support. There are many ways in which Trinity gives of our time and effort to support and care for those who need it, below are some of the ways we can help you in times of need:

Join a support group

Mental Health Support

Do you live with anxiety, depression or other mental health challenges? Would you like to connect with other Christians facing these challenges and / or connect with helpful resources? Please contact Angela on 011 782 0367 or

Grief Recovery

Grief Recovery is a confidential support group led by a grief counsellor for those who are grieving. The group meets on the third Saturday of every month at the church.

Contact Maryna (083 256 2214) for more information.

Living Oceans Apart

Living Oceans Apart is a support group for people with family members who live far away. The group meets once every two months.

Contact Pam (083 733 7411) for more information.

Recovery Support Group

Recovery support group is an open group for those in recovery from addiction and their family members.

Contact Angela (011 782 0367) to connect with this group.

People Helping People Project

Part of Trinity's ReachOut Portfolio

The People Helping People Project provides support on your Self-employment journey.

What’s on offer:

  • training videos on our website providing tips & tools and encouraging stories to empower you.
  • Training opportunities in soft skills and accredited education using a variety of connected partners.
  • Referral to Recruitment agents and WhatsApp job searches.
  • Marketing and Networking tools for your self-employment journey.

Please make contact:
PHP Website:
Cara: 074 863 0064 or email:

Trinity Ministries

Please let us know if you or a family member are going into hospital or would like a pastoral care visit in your home by a staff member or volunteer. We would love the opportunity to pray with you, offer words of encouragement and support and make the presence of Christ felt through our community.

Contact us if you (or someone you know of) are ‘housebound’ and would like to be linked with a ‘Shepherd’ to keep in contact with you.

Home Communion is also available for people who are not able to attend communion services on a Sunday for whatever reason.

Freezer meals are available in times of illness or need.

The Care Fund is a monetary fund used to assist members in times of financial need.

During particularly stressful and distressing times, individual counselling (grief, trauma, spiritual journey, personal growth etc.) is offered by qualified staff members. We are called to be a church of healing for the nations, give us the opportunity to draw alongside you.

We rely heavily on the assistance of volunteers in all of the ministries offered – not only as a way of serving the needs of others, but also as a way of volunteers growing through service. Please contact Angela if you would like to volunteer in any capacity or get involved in some way. There is training and ongoing support is provided for all those volunteering.

If you would like to be baptised as an adult, baptise your child, get married at Trinity or celebrate the life of a loved one who has passed on, please contact the church office on 011 888 1740 or For each of these there are some requirements and information we will need, but please chat with Melanie about your needs.

The Prepare-Enrich programme is available as a marriage preparation or enrichment tool for couples preparing for marriage; it is facilitated by a trained Prepare-Enrich facilitator and is deeply meaningful for those who are getting married.

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