At Holy Trinity we are committed to proclaiming the gospel and to ministering to others in need, as part of our worship to God and to express our love and service to all. At least 10% of our unrestricted income is given to support various organisations and individuals engaged in frontline work.
We presently partner with and support:
Working to help communities around the world escape the very worst effects of poverty and disaster. Find out more about their work
Christian African Relief Trust
(CART) engaged in relief work overseas. Find out more about their work
Christians Against Poverty
(Huddersfield Branch) releasing people from poverty, debt, unemployment and addiction. Find out more about their work
Hand to Mouth
a Christian charity that has been working in and around Kirklees since 1998. They deliver collective worship sessions in schools using puppets with themes covering topical issues facing children today.They also lead ‘Godly Play’ sessions, a contemplative story telling method which has had astonishing results. Find out more about their work.
a charity that works in over 60 countries, supplying Bibles, training church leaders, providing practical support and emergency relief, and supporting Christians who suffer for their faith. In the UK and Ireland Open Doors works to raise awareness of global persecution, mobilising prayer, support and action among Christians. Find out more about their work.
We are also deeply committed to our relationship with specific people working with overseas mission partners supporting them in prayer as well as with regular giving:
- Ruth Donaldson serving with Iris Ministries in Mozambique
- Dan Jenkins working with The Message Trust band ‘Amongst Wolves’
Locally we also support The Welcome Centre’s Food Bank by encouraging people to donate food, and acting as a collection point. A number of our congregation also volunteer at the centre each week.
We also support the Huddersfield Mission Winter evening café financially and through providing volunteers. This runs from November to March each year serving free meals and drinks to those who may be homeless, vulnerable, lonely or who need somewhere warm to go on an evening to enjoy a nutritious meal.
Holy Trinity is certified as a Fairtrade church.