Whether you are a Fresher, new to Hull, a returning student or have lived in Hull all your life, we want to offer you a huge welcome from all of us at Holy Trinity!
Our team members Dan and Eve host the student community at Holy Trinity. Most of our students join with the 6.30pm congregation in term time on Sundays, although we also have Sunday services at 9.30am and 11.15am. In our worship services there are opportunities to serve on the children's work team, serve refreshments, sing in our choir and be part of the worship band. In the week we meet for socials and for small groups in which we study the Bible, pray for one another and share life together.
Students and 20-30s Socials
Meet us for a coffee, drink and some cake on Thursday evenings from 7-9pm in the heart of Old Town. Find us at Liquid Jade (behind Boots on Whitefriargate), a licensed Leaf Tea Bar for a chilled evening of chat and music.
September - December 2016: Sep 15, 29, Oct 6, 20, November 3, 17, Dec 1, 15.
I graduated from university a few years ago, and know what it’s like when everything is new at the start of term, from the friends you make to the accommodation you stay in, so the one thing we want to offer is a community ready to welcome you as you arrive. Whether you’re passionate about getting involved as a budding musician, you’ve got tons of experience working with youngsters or maybe you’d just love to be involved in a ‘church in a pub’ style event we’d love for you to get involved at Holy Trinity.
Looking back I can truly say I had an amazing 3 years at uni, loved my degree, and loved socialising and most of all loved being involved with a local church. So whether you’ve been going to church since you can remember or maybe you’ve never stepped foot in a ‘religious building’ we'd love to welcome you to Holy Trinity in the heart of Hull.
I studied music at university and was blessed to be part of a great church community, so I'm passionate about creating a welcoming community here at Holy Trinity. You'll meet people from all backgrounds and of all ages as well as other students within our community, with opportunities to serve the life of the church and also those in need in the city. Before I trained to be a 'Rev' I was a student worker in a large student church, and I still love meeting people for a coffee to chat about life and faith, and supporting people through their time at university. Our aim is to support and equip you to live life to the full at Uni and beyond, experiencing more of God's love and power in your life and making great friends along the way.
Why not explore the rest of our site and if you’d like to grab a coffee or have a pint together then we'd love to meet you as you arrive in Hull.
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