TRINITY CHURCH NORTH FINCHLEY Baptist/United Reformed Church

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Trinity Church  is a Registered Charity No 1164151

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Trinity Church is a community of ordinary people who live in and around North Finchley, and who want to be true to Jesus in the way they live their lives.

We aim to be an inclusive community, welcoming people from a wide range of backgrounds. We hope that all would find a welcome among us.

We enjoy being a group of people who have different experiences of what it means to follow Jesus, and believe that the adventure of Christian faith is a life-long discovery.

Trinity Church is a Local Ecumenical Partnership belonging both to the Baptist Union of Great Britain and the United Reformed Church.

We are set in the heart of North Finchley, and make our premises available to a large number of community groups from the local area.

All are invited to join us for worship each Sunday at 11 am. To find out more about our services click here.

Welcome to Trinity Church

Sundays at Trinity Room hire Tiddlers

NEW at Trinity

A new group for parents/carers with a new baby or a baby up to 12 months old.

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Coming Soon!

The Last Cuppa

A Community Cafe
in the Concourse

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Marking Lent at Trinity

Marking LENT

at Trinity Church

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Find out what is happening during Lent at Trinity

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Join us for our Holy Week and Easter Services

MAUNDY THURSDAY (Thursday 29 March)

8 pm  Maundy Thursday Holy Communion

GOOD FRIDAY (Friday 30 March)

On Good Friday we will join with Churches Together in Finchley for the Walk of Witness from St Margaret’s URC Church, Victoria Avenue N3 at 10 am.

This will be followed by a United Service at Finchley Methodist Church, Ballards Lane N3 at 10.30 am.

EASTER DAY (Sunday 1 April)

6.30 am Dawn Service (in the church garden)

11.00 am An All Age Service for Easter Day with Holy Communion
(A joint service with St Margaret’s URC)