FAQ

Where does Trinity Church Islington meet?

We meet on Sunday at 4pm for 4.30pm, and Tuesday at 7.30pm, at St Marks Myddelton Square, near Angel tube in north London.

Is Trinity part of a particular church denomination?

We meet as a Church Of England congregation, planted in 2007 and now with a Bishop's Mission Order under the Bishop of London. We are self-supporting financially, and led by a group of elders. 

Does Trinity have a mission statement?

With God's help, our aim is to live through Jesus Christ, learn to know Jesus Christ, and love because of Jesus Christ. In response to Jesus' commission in Matthew 28:18-20, we want to be disciples and disciple-makers for God's glory.

What are the services like?

We hope our services feel like a family gathering - relaxed and welcoming, with awe, joy and reverence in listening to God and worshiping him together. Whether you've been a Christian for years or just curious we hope you'll feel at home.

Do you have policies that address how you deal with Child Protection and Vulnerable Adults?

Yes we do. Please click here to access our Safeguarding Policy. if you have any questions about this area, please e-mail safeguarding@trinityislington.org


Links

Trinity Church Islington was planted in London by St Helen's Bishopsgate. They also have website with some superb resources: www.st-helens.org.uk

For some great articles on Christian issues: www.bethinking.org

We regularly run something called Christianity Explored: www.christianityexplored.org

In 2015 we sent off a new congregation that meets at 4pm up in Crouch End: christchurchcrouchend.wordpress.com

The building we meet in is the parish church of St Mark's Church, Clerkenwell: 
stmarks-clerkenwell.co.uk

Facebook: www.facebook.com/trinityislingtn

Twitter: @trinityislingtn