Each Sunday service follows a simple pattern of worship, word and response. The service lasts 75 minutes in term time and an hour in the school holidays.

We believe in the power of the simple Gospel as the central attraction of our work.As a community of people we see ourselves as good news for the community around us. We want to make it a better place. We firmly believe that Jesus Christ does make a difference to lives today. We try to live that out.

We encourage regular caring for each other, providing meals for those who are sick or in need, praying for each other, taking every opportunity to eat together and seeing our small group meetings as the focus for our pastoral work and growth.

We seek God. That may feel a rather obvious thing to say but it is true. Before each service we pray and wait on the Lord for any things he may wish us to share with the congregation to encourage later prayer ministry. We have a monthly prayer meeting specifically for Trendlewood matters.

We join with the other Christians in town on several occasions each year.

We have embarked on an exciting adventure to multiply into two congregations.

Our vision

CHRIST
We believe that Jesus is our reason for existing. In his death and resurrection  we find the answer to the mystery of life. We want all we say and do to point to him.

COMMUNITY
We are present in a particular community – the south side of the town of Nailsea. We believe a lively Christian church will bless and serve its community.

CHURCH
As a group of people who meet together in Jesus’ name, we want to learn from, and make our resources available to, others locally and further afield.

 

Export and Plant

One of our passions is to be a church that gives away to the work of building God’s kingdom. This can be costly but it is a privilege to see God at work. We have been delighted to send a number of our members out to serve, some as mission partners around the world, others to the ordained ministry.

Recently we have seen God prompt a number of our congregation to begin meeting in the Backwell area. In co-operation with our friends at St Andrew’s, Backwell we launched Andy’s – a congregation that meets in Backwell School Sixth Form Centre on the second Sunday of the month.