Foodbank

Coordinator(s): Trisha Jarman and Gwen Drain

Holy Trinity is part of the Tameside East Foodbank, working together with New Life Church Ashton and St John’s Dukinfield. Those in need of emergency food can collect three days’ worth for the whole family from any one of these centres by presenting a Voucher which is given out by a collection of professionals in health, education, social housing, welfare and benefits agencies. A further two emergency vouchers can be issued to any individual by which time we hope that the emergency crisis will be over.  The Foodbank volunteers will also direct people to other agencies who may be able to help.

Food is donated through churches, individuals and from supermarket collections. We are always grateful for any donations of food which can be made directly to any of the churches involved. Click here [make into link] for a list of foods that would be helpful. 

Contact us for more information, or visit www.tamesideeast.foodbank.org....

This Week

  • Sunday 21st January

    9.15am and 11.15am Communion

    and Children's groups

    'By the community of faith'

    1 Cor 12: 12-31

  • Monday 22nd January

    9.15am Family Forum

    7.30pm Alpha Plus in church lounge

  • Wednesday 24th January

    9.00am Prayer Meeting at St Matthews

    10.00am Bridge Coffee shop

    6.30pm Alive youth group

  • Thursday 25th January

    7.15pm Youth Encounter

    7.30pm Worship Group

  • Friday 26th January

    10.30am Bible Study in St Matthews

    12noon Carers Connect in church lounge

    7.00pm Connect Evening in St Matthews

  • Saturday 27th January

    9.30am Stalybridge clear up morning

  • Sunday 28th January

    9.15 and 11.15am Family service

    'Through Prayer'

    Matthew 6: 9-13