Partners & links

As part of our ministry Holy Trinity works with a wide range of partners locally, nationally and internationally.

Click on the logos to visit partner websites to find out more about their work.

More partners will be added to this page...

Local partners

http://hopecommunityproject.org.uk/

Hope Community Project and Holy Trinity jointly run Heathfield Park lunch club twice a month, one of the lunches is held at Holy Trinity.
Hope into Action Hope into Action:  Black Country provides homes for homeless people and refugees. Holy Trinity is linked to a local HiA house and provides support to residents.
NPVANNew Park Village Activities Network
 
Place of Welcome
 
As part of the Places of Welcome network our church is open to all every Saturday morning thoughout the year, offering a friendly welcome, free refreshments and space to unwind. (Starts 4 March 2017)
 
Re-Entry
 
Re-Entry works with young people excluded from school to help them return to mainstream education.
 
Walking for Health in Wolverhampton

We host the weekly Heath Town walk in partnership with Walking for Health in Wolverhampton.
  








National and International partners

 
CPAS
Church Pastoral Aid Society: patron of Holy Trinity Heath and so responsible for the appointment of our vicars.
 
Crosslinks

Dr Alison Talbert is our Crosslinks Mission Partner in Kenya where she researches prevention and treatment of malnutrition in children.

 
Evangelical Alliance

Holy Trinity is a member of the EA.
  
 
Christian Aid
 
Christian Aid works to tackle poverty and the causes of poverty. Holy Trinity supports this work each year at Christian Aid Week.


Other links

Donate to Wolverhampton Church Shelter





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