Warm Welcome

One of our welcome team will greet you and show you where to go.

Main Hall

After you arrive you will be shown into the main hall. This is where we spend most of the time on a Sunday service. You can sit anywhere you feel comfortable. The music is loudest at the front. Children join us for the first part of the service.

Cup of Tea or Coffee

Tea, coffee and cold drinks are available at the start of the service as you arrive. These are free and you can drink it during the service if you like.


Some of our regulars may come over and introduce themselves and say hello.

Sensory supports

We have a box of sensory/fidget toys available. These are located on the table on the righthand side as you come through the glass doors into the main hall. Please take one for yourself or your child to use during the service if this will be helpful for you. Please return these at the end of the service.

Bibles and outlines of the main talk

Bibles are available to borrow during the service. We also have clipboards with a larger print outline in English of the main talk for those who like to have a visual outline to follow as they listen. There are also notes taking sheets and pens available too. These are laid out on the table on the right hand side as you enter the main hall.

Countdown to start

We will have a countdown timer on screen to let you know when we are about to start.

What is going to happen

Our host for the service will explain to everyone what is happening in the service.


Our band will play some songs and everyone is given the option to join in singing if they would like. The words will be displayed on the screen at the front in English. The song words are also available on our website for those who prefer to have that on their smartphone in-front of them for a larger print.

TC news and updates

We usually have a 3-5 minute slot in the first part of the service where we do announcements of events, interviews with regular church attenders or news/ministry updates. These are pre-arranged planned in advanced. At the end of this slot the service host may pray.


After the News and announcements and first set of songs we have a 5 min break where you can get another drink if you would like one. This is the time that the children can be taken out to the classrooms and signed in to the kids clubs. There is also play space for under 2's in the first classroom with a video link to the main service if you prefer to have a relaxed space to your little one to wriggle and play as you watch the service.

Main talk

One of our leaders will give a 30 -40 minute talk helping us learn about God, and teaching us from the Bible. This talk can be linked to a book or character in the Bible, or it could be on a certain topic e.g. prayer or forgiveness.


During and at the end of our service one of the leaders will pray from the front. These are quiet moments where the leader talks out loud to God. You can close your eyes if you are comfortable to, or you can sit and watch and listen.

5-minute reflection time

At the end of the service the service leader will announce that we have 5 minutes to sit quietly and reflect on what we have heard. There will be some questions on the screen. You can talk about these with the person you came with or simply sit and think through them by yourself. There will be music playing quietly in the background. You can also chat quietly with the person you came with or pray by yourself or with others. Whatever feels comfortable to you.

Tea, coffee and cake.

There is no rush to leave after the service, people generally stay around for a while to chat while the children play. You're welcome to stay and get to know us, or head off if you need to.

Kids tea

At the end of the service parents or adults who brought children to church are asked to sign their children out of the kids clubs. Children can come back into the main hall for refreshments. Every week there is have a snack tea available for all under 5's and primary aged children to help themselves too. This is usually sandwich or savoury snacks, crisps, fruit and a biscuit/sweet treat.

What time does your church service start?

Our Sunday service begins at 4pm on a Sunday afternoon. It usually lasts about 1 hr 30 minutes with a mixture of songs, prayers, interviews, and a 30-40 min talk. 

Do you have midweek groups?

Yes, our midweek Life Groups are a crucial part of our week. We take some time to chat, share how the week has gone and catch up. We then have a short Bible study led by the Life Group leaders, followed by time for prayer.

Please visit Our Weekly 3 page for more info and use the contact form to get in touch if you are interested in linking up with a life group. 

I'm not a Christian, can I come to church?

Yes, absolutely!

At Trinity one of our big aims is to be a friendly and easy place for people to come to who are not used to going to church, or who are not believers. We explain what is going to happen at the beginning of each service and our services are very relaxed. Typically we have free tea, coffee and snacks available before and after our service (subject to restrictions).

There is no pressure to sing or pray. You can just listen and join in with what you feel comfortable doing. We welcome those who have questions or even challenges about Christianity, and our leaders are always happy to talk more if you have questions. We regularly run 321 courses and offer 1:1 Bible study for anyone who might just like to find out a little more about Jesus and God. 

Do you have a Sunday School or Creche running during the service?

Yes!  We run TC Tots for ages 2-4 and TC Kids for ages 4-11 during our service. We have a short interval during the service for parents to settle their kids into their groups and give others the chance to chat and grab a cuppa. Please see TC Kids for more info.

If you'd like to join in with TC Kids please do use our contact form and we can give you the information you need. 

What denomination of church are you?

Trinity started out as a new independent evangelical church plant in Chippenham and is not a member of a specific denomination. We have good relationships with other local churches and strive to work in unity to serve our local community and share the gospel in Chippenham.

We are a member of the South West Gospel Partnership, a partnership of churches in the South West working together to train leaders, strengthen and plant churches, and advance gospel ministry in our region.