Rev Prof Teddy Kalongo.
Telephone (Manse) 01656786070. Mobile is 07484853067
The minister is Reverend Professor Teddy Kalongo. It is 5 years since he joined us after the retirement of Reverend Paul Floe. Rev Teddy, his wife Amelia and their 4 sons have now settled well into the community.
He is responsible for the pastoral care of Trinity and Superintendent minister for the Bridgend United Area. This is a part of an ecumenical Circuit/Area with other churches. There are two other full time ministers, 9 supernumeraries and 12 lay/local preachers. The four largest churches are joint ecumenical Methodist/United Reformed Church ventures, one of which is also Baptist.
Theologically, Trinity is of the liberal tradition, neither charismatic nor conservative evangelical. There is an "open door" nonjudgmental policy with regard to Baptisms, weddings and Funerals.
The Church organisations are led by Teams, all of whom have a representative on the Church Council/Elders meeting which is chaired by the Minister. They are the managing trustees of the church.
Trinity's Mission is:
To Spread the Good News of God's love in the world.
To encourage people's growth in spirituality and in their understanding of their relationship with God.
To play a caring, serving role in our community.
To actively encourage Christians, from all traditions, to work and worship together.
Please click on the link below to read the latest letter from the Minister.
As featured in Songs of Praise in June, we are supporting the daily devotions which are provided by the United Reformed Church. There are various contributors and there are daily prayers, Bible readings and reflections. Please click on the link below to access the website.
We have been studying the book of Daniel. The next Bible Study session will be on 24th September at 11.30 at Trinity. This will be followed by a Fellowship meal.
There is also a Bible Study held every Friday at Bridgend United Church. This also starts at 11.30am.
For further details of the services held over the next few months, please consult our page: