Recent History

Change in Staffing at Trinity

In 2023 we said goodbye to Rev Jackie Bellfield and Gill Clayton, who had  served the community at Trinity for many years. Our prayers and best wishes go with them in their new work in Altrincham and Timperley.

Alison Thomson was appointed as the new manager for the project, and she was joined in September 2023 by Rev'd Ruth Dowson as minister in charge of Trinity Ellesmere Port. We look forward to their continuing input into our community.

Remembering Nigel Mountford

Nigel died in December 2021 and is now with his Lord. Nigel's influence in Trinity and our community is far reaching. Nigel was a gentle man of God who revealed the kindness and wisdom of God to so many is a witness of God's grace to us all. Nigel will be sorely missed by us all at Trinity and by his precious family. We celebrated the fulness of Nigels life at a service of Thanksgiving in January 2022 and have dedicated our peace garden at Trinity in his memory.

COVID memories

During the 2020 and 2021 lockdowns we remained open providing food in partnership with the Port Grocery and West Cheshire and Chester Foodbank. Jesus in John's gospel 21:17 asks his disciple Peter if he loved him - he asked him three times and "The third time he said to him, “Simon son of John, do you love me?” Peter was hurt because Jesus asked him the third time, “Do you love me?” He said, “Lord, you know all things; you know that I love you.” Jesus said, “Feed my sheep".

Working with our community during lockdown, a Covid prayer garden was set up. Daily prayers were spoken as we remembered every person in the UK who had died from Covid-19. We tied black wool and blue for NHS Staff. Prayers were said for every individual, every family, every soul.