We have a variety of regular groups which meet as part of our church family life.

Groups cater for all different needs and all different ages.

It isn’t easy to get to know everyone in the church family, but regular groups make it possible for you to meet new people and to get to know them. For more information, please contact the Church Office

Prayer Ministry

At all our morning services and at the evening service of Holy Communion, there is the opportunity for anyone who wishes to receive confidential prayer from members of our Ministry Team, for example for healing or because they want to go deeper with God. There are also specific ministry services...

Church Prayer Meeting

On the 3rd Tuesday of every month we have our church prayer meetings; one at 10:15 am for an hour in the Church Lounge Foyer, and another from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm in the Church Lounge. Some church members  pray together in what are known as prayer triplets. We have...

Messy Church BBQ

Messy Church BBQ 16th June at 4:00pm: Come along and join in the fun. Ideal for adults and children. All are welcome.

Home Groups

Home groups are groups of church members who meet together in people’s homes in order to get to know each other better, study the Bible and apply it to daily life. Find out more

Community Activities

New Wine

United 20  “Uniting Thousands to worship one.” United Week 1 Saturday 25 July to Friday 31 July 2020 United Week 2 Sunday 2 August to Saturday 8 August 2020 You can also book 11-18 year olds to camp separately in the Luminosity Youth Village.  New Wine is at the East Of England...

Centrepoint Outreach

Centrepoint-Outreach is a Christian charity based in Boston working with homeless and vulnerable people with social and economic needs from all walks of  life. www.centrepoint-outreach.com

CTIB

Holy Trinity plays a full and active part in Churches Together in Boston (CTIB).We share in a number of projects together, ranging from united services to the Street Pastors Scheme (for details see www.streetpastors.org.uk), and from a regular ministers’ prayer breakfast to a weekly soup kitchen for the homeless. Our overriding...