Trinity Methodist Church and Orb

Trinity's Mission Statement:-

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

 Trinity Methodist Church, Bury

Our Address: Brentgovel Street, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.  IP33 1EB

Name of Minister: Rev Debbie Borda

Minister's Telephone No: 01284 754574

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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

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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.

Morning Service: 10:00am.

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

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.

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.

Christmas at Trinity:-

9th December 4:00pm  Nativity Service - Christmas Unwrapped!  

This was for everyone - not just for children!  A traditional Nativity, but told as we unwrapped presents!  The service was be followed by tea.  Everyone was invited to come dressed as a shepherd or sheep or angel or king or come as themselves.

In Church


23rd December 6:00pm  Carol Service

We will explore the Christmas story as we sing favourite carols; this will be followed by mince pies and tea/coffee.

24th December 2:30pm  Crib Service

A time to pause and reflect on the meaning of Christmas.  Refreshments at 2:30pm.  Service at 3:00pm

24th December 11:15pm  Midnight Service

We look forward to celebrating the birth of our Lord as we share in Holy Communion.

25th December 10:30am   Christmas Day Celebration

We will meet at the URC in Whiting Street.  Do bring families and friends along as we celebrate this special day.

13th January 10:00am  Covenant Service

Our annual Covenant Service, when we renew our covenantal relationship with God.


From Rev Debbie and Friends from Trinity Methodist Church

Nativity Scene

Messy Church Splat

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Messy Church at Trinity

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

Christmas Unwrapped

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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!

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

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