What's on


This is a group who meet monthly for social events. It was named because Trinity members felt there was a gap in the range of activities available. It also stands for Group for Active People. It is run by members of Trinity and friends are also encouraged. All ages are welcome and some events are more active than others! The group has run for many years but after a rest  started again in November 2017. Recent events have included a skittles night in Moulton , a board games evening, a visit to  Llanerch Vineyard for  wine tasting and a trip to the Royal Mint. The most recent  event was a walk at Park Slip, Aberkenfig and an interesting talk. 

The August event will be a quiz at the Seagull, Nottage on Friday 17th August. The proceeds will be in aid of Trinity Care&Support and the cost is only £1. Those wishing to have a meal should arrive by 7pm and the quiz starts at 9pm.

Please leave a message on our contact page or Facebook page if you are interested in joining us. There is also a list on the Notice Board inside the foyer at Trinity. All are welcome.

Teen Disco.

This is for all young people of the church and Porthcawl area aged 12 to 17 years. It is held monthly on Saturday between 6-8pm in Trinity Church Hall. There is a DJ who supplies contemporary, disco and some Gospel music. The event is preceded by a  short talk on a topic chosen by the young people. All are welcome and several  sessions have been held so far. 

Messy Church.

The first session was held on Sunday 15th April and was a great success. Twenty five children attended together with their families.  Messy Church is  held monthly on the 3rd Sunday of the month between 2 and 4 pm. It is a fun way for children aged 0-10 to encounter God through Activities, Cafe, Crafts, Food, Games, Play, Song, Stories and Interactive Worship. There will be time for children to relax and have fun. All are welcome to join us, friends, family and neighbours. The Mothers and Toddlers session held on Thursday mornings is very popular and we hope we can build on its success in this new venture for children. Our second session was equally successful and included a wedding theme. The third session was held on Father's Day and had a family theme. The children made cards and did a treasure hunt searching for family members, amongst many other activities.

There will be no sessions in July and August due to holidays and family commitments.

The next session will be on Sunday 16th September at 2pm

Concert 26th August.


Reverend Wynne (ELVIS) Roberts will be singing in  an evening concert on Sunday 26th August at 7pm. He will performing popular Elvis songs including Gospel songs. There is free entry and a retiring collection for donations. All are welcome and previous concerts have been well attended and greatly enjoyed. He will also be conducting Sunday morning services during the Elvis weekend in September.

Harvest Lunch.

The Harvest Festival service will be held on Sunday 23rd September. This will be followed by a lunch in the hall. There will be a list of those wishing to attend in the foyer.