Jesus spent time with large crowds but lived with and trained just twelve. We believe life change happens in small groups through shared Bible Study, support, prayer and outreach.

Trendlewood Church is a church of small groups. We would love all members of the church to join one.

Each small group has a leader and in addition that group will be looking to apprentice a deputy leader. This is to enable groups to grow and multiply with ease. We want all our groups to grow and look to multiply every two or three years, although this is not a must!

Talk to a group leader, the leader of the congregation you attend, one of the clergy, Jolyon or the church office. All will be able to point you in the right direction. We recommend trying out a few groups before working out which one is for you. Our small groups are a great place to explore faith and make friends.


What can I expect to see at a small group meeting?

Welcome – A warm welcome and an opportunity to catch up.

Worship – making the meeting Christ-centred through song or reflection.

Word – studying and applying the Bible to our lives.

Witness – prayer for and service of the local community.

For more information on what Small Groups we have and contact details for group leaders please call or email the office. Alternatively pick up a leaflet in the welcome area of church the next time you’re in.

Find a Small Group

Liz & Steve’s Group

Wednesday evenings.

Pauline & Martin’s Group

Wednesday evenings.

John & Carole’s Group

Wednesday evenings.

Start a Small Group

Life is not meant to be lived alone. You were created to experience life with other people, and that’s why at Trendlewood, we encourage you to get into a small group.

A small group is a group of three or more people who gather each week in a home, workplace, or online. In a group you’ll hang out, study the Word, and pray together. The best way to experience a small group is to start one of your own. It’s simple! Just grab two friends, find a place to meet, and you’re good to go!

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