Kids n Coffee (Playgroup)
Kids n Coffee is an informal playgroup established over 15 years ago to provide a safe place for babies and children to play and interact with others while parents and caregivers relax and make new friends.
Kids n Coffee meets at Trinity Centre, Tainui St, Greymouth on Fridays 10am until 12 noon during term time.
Oasis, Soul Food & The Way
These are our programmes for children and young people on Sundays during term time.
Oasis is a fun-filled, gripping, contemporary style, multi-media approach with songs, games and good Bible teaching designed for 4-11 years olds and meets from 9:50AM at Holy Trinity, Greymouth during term time.
Soul Food targets the 11-13/14 year olds during the 10AM service at Holy Trinity Greymouth and with the use of games and food focuses on applying biblical principles to life.
The Way is a service designed particularly for high schoolers and meets from 6:30pm on Sunday’s during term time at The Shed (186 Main South Road, Greymouth).
Ballet, lyrical and modern dance instruction for young people from the age of 4. Students prepare for local competitions and Christmas and Easter services.
The Shed is the nickname of the facility that hosts the Greymouth Churches Community Youth Project. Located at 186 Main South Road, Greymouth, The Shed offers a safe place for high school students to engage in fun activities on Friday nights from 7pm until 9:30pm during term time. Occasional weekend and school holiday activities also occur. Click on the link below to visit The Shed’s website.
Home groups are a great way to meet new people and grow in the Christian faith. They offer bible study, support, and encouragement. We have a variety of home groups that meet at different times throughout the week each with its own unique flavour.
In addition to home groups that particularly focus on Bible study and pastoral care, our fellowship groups provide opportunities for fun, fellowship and interesting speakers.
The MENZ Group is an informal gathering of men that try to meet once a month (usually on a Saturday) for food, fun and fellowship. In addition many go to the annual Promise Keepers conference in Christchurch and on the first Friday of the month gather at Monteith’s Brewery at 5:30pm for about an hour. All men are welcome to any of the events.
The Anglican Association of Women (AAW) Evening Group meets on the third Thursday of the month at 7:30pm (6pm in Winter) at Greymouth’s Holy Trinity Church lounge for fellowship and interesting speaker. Under the umbrella of the AAW Evening Group is the AAW Fellowship group that meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 2pm at Greymouth’s Holy Trinity Church lounge for friendship, games or speakers. All women are welcome to either group.
Ladies’ Guild is for women who like to do something while chatting. They make and sell items to raise money for special projects and meet at 2pm on the first Tuesday of the month at the Parish Centre (201 Tainui St, Greymouth).
We have a number of opportunities for folk to join in prayer for the sick and for the parish. We have a prayer team available during communion at each Sunday 10AM service in Greymouth. We also have a prayer chain to whom requests can be made known. Several times a year we devote our weekend services to the theme of healing. Furthermore, under the leadership of Robin Kingston, we have a growing ministry in the area of Healing of Memories where those who have been deeply hurt in the past find healing and freedom