Trinity Methodist Church and Orb

Brentgovel Street, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.  IP33 1EB

(Please click HERE to Find Us).

Trinity's Mission Statement:-

"To witness to our Christian faith by sharing the love of God with all, through worship, mission and service".

(Due to the Coronavirus, all church services and other activities are presently suspended).
Here you can read all the latest news from Trinity Methodist Church in our Mini Forum: -

(Next issue TBC).

 Trinity Methodist Church, Bury

Trinity is a Town Centre church, which welcomes a 50 plus congregation on a Sunday morning.  Everyone is welcome. Creche facilities and activities for older children are available on Sunday mornings.  Our minister leads worship a few times each month.  Holy Communion usually takes place on the first Sunday in the month.  Otherwise worship will be led by a visiting minister or local (lay) preacher.  After worship we meet for refreshments and fellowship in the hall downstairs.

Accessibility at Trinity:-

The Methodist Church wishes to be an environment where all feel welcome and cared for. In order to allow for widest possible access, this church has the following facilities available:

  • Wheelchair Accessible Access
  • Accessible Toilet
  • Loop
  • Large Print
  • Braille

Morning Service: 10:00am.

Evening Service: Reflective Service at 6:00pm last Sunday of the month.

Wednesday Morning Worship:

Holy CommunionEvery first Wednesday of the month, there is a short act of worship (about 25 - 30 minutes), during which we share Holy Communion.  This is held in the Lounge at Trinity.  You are all invited to share with us, and please pass on the message to friends who may find that this time is more convenient to them to come and worship  God. Our next service to be announced.  

Minister: Rev Debbie Borda

Tel: 01284 754574

Please click here for our weekly notices

Please click here for the latest edition of "Forum", Trinity Methodist Church Newsletter

We have a range of activities during the week and various types of community involvement as we seek to love and serve Christ together.  Please see "What's On" and "Regular Activities" at Trinity on our website.  In "What's On" you will find links to some of the groups who use our church premises during the week for more information.

House Groups meet for Bible Study, fellowship, discussions and refreshments.  Our House Groups meet on alternate weeks, the second and fourth week in each month with a break for August.  Details can be found in our weekly notices. 

  • Monday Mornings - 10:30am at Eastgate House;
  • Tuesday Evenings - 7:30pm in a number of different homes;
  • Thursday Mornings - 10:45am for 11:00am in the Trinity Church Lounge;
  • Thursday Evenings - 7:30pm in different homes.

All are Welcome to join any of these groups.  Please contact David Wakeford for further information.  Tel: 01284 787660.

(Times and Dates for future meetings to be announced in view of the Coronavirus situation).

Fairtrade Church

 Trinity Methodist Church is a Fairtrade Church.  This means that all tea, coffee and sugar we use at coffee after Service on Sunday and at our Wednesday Coffee Mornings should be Fairtrade produced, and we aim to use as many other Fairtrade products as possible.  For the time being, our Trinity Coffee Shop will be suspended until further notice.

What's On at Trinity ….


Messy Church Splat

Messy Church logo © The Bible Reading Fellowship 2018. See

Messy Church at Trinity

Messy Church witnesses to our Christian faith by sharing the love of God with families. Found across the world (ours has a link with a Messy Church in Port Stanley in the Falklands!) It is Christ-centred, for all ages, based on creativity, hospitality and celebration.  Second Sunday of the month at 4:00pm - 6:00pm with a break for Summer in August.

Please click HERE for more information and pictures of some of our recent activities on Instagram!

July 2020: -

We did Messy Church again at home on Sunday 12th July.  

Our theme was "Never Tire of Doing What is Right" based on the story of David & Goliath - 1 Samuel: 17.

Details of crafts, activities and worship can be found HERE on the Messy Church at Home page on this website.


June 2020: - 

Theme for June: Do not fear, just have faith Holding onto Jesus when things are really hard - Bible Ref: Luke 8: v 40 - 56 

May 2020: -

We invited everyone to do Messy Church at home again this month.  The theme was: -

"Eating Together -  Food and Fellowship"

- based on Luke 24: 13 - 35, the story of when the disciples meet Jesus on the Emmaus Road.  


Easter Crafts

Easter Sunday this year falls on the second Sunday of the month.  Although we weren't able to celebrate Easter in our church building this year, we did offer some ideas for our families to do Messy Church crafts and worship at home!

Easter Crafts 3

Our Last Session …..


Neither do I condemn you

"Jesus breaks the Rules, shows Compassion and Fairness"

Sunday 8th March

Remember what dust and water make at MESSY CHURCH!  This month we had a happy and relaxed afternoon, slightly down on attendees (12 children plus parents/carers), however our activities went well, we welcomed back some absent friends, and the meal was appreciated.  We cannot judge the success of Messy Church solely on our numbers!


Our Last Session …..

Sunday 12th January 

Abram Stars

Initially taking as our inspiration God's covenant with Abram (Genesis 15:5), we were hopefully all Dazzling Disciples in a great team effort notwithstanding two of our number being away at present, Sue in New Zealand and our Minister, Debbie, in Egypt on Sabbatical!
ConstellationsShining Stars

We had 35 of our Messy Church community joining us, with a number of our regulars returning after a few months' absence.  

Rocket to the Stars


Community Groups:-

A variety of Community Groups use our premises during the week.  One of our principal users is Bury Drop-In Cafe, which offers free meals, drinks, advice and love to homeless and vulnerable people in Bury St Edmunds on Tuesdays and Fridays, 11:00am - 2:00pm.  Click on the link to find out more!

Trinity Occasional Catering Team


TOCT are able to provide meals for groups of up to 50 in our hall, or 20 in our lounge.  We can cater for all manner of special events, from weddings to birthdays at Trinity, or at a local venue of your choice should you prefer.  Further information can be found in "What's On"

Please contact Anne Dean on 01284 766861 or email if you want to book an event, or if you want further details.  

Alternatively, you can visit our website

Churches Together:-

Trinity Methodist Church is a member of Churches Together in St Edmundsbury & District.  The Bury St Edmunds churches have a strong tradition of working together in their worship and witness for Christ.  

The latest Churches Together Newsletter: -

More information on the work of our local Churches Together can be found here.


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