Here at Halton Trinity we are working with the following charities to help make a change to peoples lives all across the world, both here in the United Kingdom and Overseas. You can view each Charities page by clicking on their logo.
We have been supporting Alder Hey for several years as we have members of our congregation who have benefited, and are still benefiting, from the excellent care which the Hospital offers.
Like many Methodist church in the UK, The Methodist Relief and Development fund has been part of our churches charity and giving for many years.
We actively support this charity through a variety of events and collections each year.
This year we have been supporting the fundraising efforts of one of our younger members, as well as his fellow fire cadets on their Mission to Nepal in November 2015.
The group will be working with Classroom in the clouds to build a school for the local children who live in the Basa region of Nepal.
The team will be leaving on 24th October and will be returning to the UK on 10th November following the completion of the building of a new school for the children.
Christian Aid is a Christian organisation that insists the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty.
They work globally for profound change that eradicates the causes of poverty, striving to achieve equality, dignity and freedom for all, regardless of faith or nationality. They are also part of a wider movement for social justice.
Claire House Children’s Hospice offers care, support and choice to families whose children won’t live to be adults.
Whilst the hospice building is located on the Wirral, Claire House aims to offer the very best care wherever and whenever a child and family needs it, whether they choose to come to the hospice or are looked after at home with our Hospice to Home Team.
We are a Fair Trade church, this means that we are helping to support the work which Fair Trade does in providing farmers with a fair price for their products. We hold various Fair Trade stalls throughout the year offering a variety of products for sale.
We also use Fair Trade coffee and tea for our drinks after the weekly service.
St. Antony’s Centre in Trafford Park, Manchester, was established in 1979. The project was created to put into practice the Church's concern for men and women in the World of Work and to support them in partnership with Employers, Community Agencies, Parishes and Chaplaincy Groups.
Our fully qualified training team and Reach Out Project workers are here to help and give advice. We operate support and training across the region in local venues and also on employer’s premises.
Lupus UK has been a charity which we have supported for several years, with the help of our congregation to support the fundraising in support of finding a cure for the Lupus.
One of our young people has held several events for this charity, to which he has been greatly supported by growing up.
We are proud to be a 'Donor Church' under the NHS Church Donor scheme. Our church has a designated 'Donor Sponsor' who you can talk to for support and advice.
Each year we support 'Operation Christmas Child', a project by Samaritans Purse, which provides children in foreign countries who do not get Christmas presents.
Last year Sian Davidson went with Samaritans Purse to Romania to help distribute these show boxes and see the work which is carried out each year by the charity