Holy Trinity Brompton
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Learning to lead for life is what the Holy Trinity is all about in the heart of London.
At Brompton you’ll find an effervescent Anglican Church ready to face the challenges of delivering modern worship in a turbulent world. You’ll find a willingness to work for the re-evangelisation of the nations and the transformation of society.
Founded on the American concept of ‘Church Planting’, or placing a number of worshippers in various churches, HTB has grown considerably. many different church planting initiatives have taken place with the help and encouragement of bishops throughout London and Southwark, since 1985. with the support of the then-Bishop of Kensington, Mark Santer. A team of about 100 HTB congregation members followed curate John Irvine (now the Dean of Coventry) to St Barnabas, Kensington, which was on the verge of redundancy at that time.
Within a matter of months, the once dying church was transformed by a congregation brimming with new life. Building projects swiftly followed the opening, the church was soon able to operate on sound financial footing, and the congregation started paying its way within the diocese.
The backbone of this vibrant church is its ministries catering for people of all ages. The ever popular ‘Alpha Course’, is a mainstay but ‘Faith & Hope’, succeeds in integrating people’s Christian faith into their daily working lives. This is something very much needed. They have a wonderful and thoroughly inspirational ‘Women’s Ministry’, designed for people of all ages and from all walks of life. Children are very well catered for as they should be of course, and HTB recognises the importance of youth and the Christian message. And of course, the men aren’t left out.
Worship is at the heart of everything HTB do, not just at the weekend, but within life’s complete journey. With 11 services on a Sunday it’s perfectly clear their strong management team is doing everything possible to attract new worshippers while strengthening the commitment of regulars. Their work spans the globe and inspires others on a daily basis.
During the week the Church meets on a fortnightly basis in small group gatherings of between 25—35 people. Such pastorates usually take place at church or in the home of one of the pastorate leaders, for food, teaching, worship, prayer and friendship.
In fact bible study and prayer continues to play a huge role here. Set across three locations there’s always something going on. There are committed pastorates of 20 to 30 people who join together in worship also enjoying nice food at the same time. There are hard working teams designed to help you carry out valuable work and make new friends at the same time. The list goes on.
A number of courses take a closer look at parenting, which of course is a vital cog in the wheel of family life. It’s refreshing therefore to see understanding and love given to single parents. The Church it would seem has a compassionate approach to everyday life.
There can be little doubt churches like HTB bring colour to people’s lives with an exciting modern formula. Their work in spreading the word of God is fuelled by the need to provide a different approach to worship in the new millennium. Music also forms a valuable part in this. There are conferences and training events, so all sectors of the community are brought together in harmony and inspiration.
New worshippers are always welcome here and are invited to discover more about the church and its ministries. Staff are always willing to spend time on the telephone and answer any questions people may have.
Holy Trinity is part of a growing group of churches who have moved forward into the new century with a powerful vision of the future. Make no mistake, worship and spreading God’s word is still strong within the church itself. We just need to think out of the box a bit more to find ways of delivering the message in the modern world.
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