During Covid, we have not been able to meet in person, but we have still maintained our Children's Work online. For further details please contact the Church Office.

At Trinity children are part of the church family, we want them to have an active role in church life. We want to allow them the time and space to get to know God personally and to let them realise their full potential as God’s children.

10.45 Sunday Morning Service: We offer groups for 0-5, 5-11 and 11-13 year olds which meet during the 10.45 service at Holy Trinity.

  • Sparks and Blaze are taken to their groups by their leaders after the second song during the 10.45am service.
  • Dynamite meets a little later in the 10.45am service after the sung worship .

All of our children’s team have been safely recruited and fully DBS checked to work with children.

For more information on our children’s work please talk to our children’s leader Charlotte Ball 07765 371781 or someone with a blue Holy Trinity children’s team t-shirt. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Wednesday at 3.30 Josiah’s meet at St Mary’s Church.

Thursdays at 10am our toddler group, Wigglers, meet in Holy Trinity Parish Hall

Learn about our Children's Ministry Vision and Values

sparks smallA group especially for our preschool children, Sparks age 2-4 years old. We meet during the 10.45 service at Holy Trinity on a Sunday morning.


blaze smallBlaze is aimed at primary schoolchildren, aged 4 to 10 years old, we meet on a Sunday morning during the 10.45 service


dynamite smallDynamite meeting during the Sunday 10.45 service at Holy Trinity. We are aged 10-12 years old.


Wrigglers is from 10am to 11.30am on a Thursday morning in Holy Trinity church hall (just across the side road from the church). This is a time for pre school children and their parents to get together for coffee, chat, craft and more.

Our weekly youth group meets at 88 Albany Road, Sittingbourne on Thursday evening from 7-9pm. For 14-18 year olds (year 8-13.)

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