Church of England Diocese of York Holy Trinity North Ormsby

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

A small single toilet cubicle is available just outside the worship space with more extensive toilets across the cloister in the Trinity Centre.

Baby changing facilities are available across the cloister in the Trinity Centre.

An external bike rack is available outside the church but cyclists are also welcome to bring cycles into the cloisters.

Ample free parking on the market place and on street. Parking may be limited on Tuesdays and match days.

An accessible toilet is available across the cloister in the Trinity Centre.

Accessible Car parking spaces are reserved on the market place

Units are located at the top of the high street and the Medical Village

Level access throughout the buildings and all doors are wide enough for wheel chairs though only the front door of the Trinity Centre is powered.

Hearing induction loops are fitted in the church and Trinity Centre Hall. Because of the reinforced steel floor in the Trinity Centre Hall signal strength varies slightly.

Our printed material is a minimum of 12 point, 14 point for songs. All responses and song words are projected onto the wall in large clear print.
We are happy to provide a large print pew leaflet on request.

Assistance Dogs

We are part of the Middlesbrough Dementia Friendly Churches network. Welcome staff have undergone Dementia awareness training.


Our Building

Grade 2


Music and Worship

Concerts / Live Music
Worship band

Groups, Courses and Activities

We have an extensive youth offer, please see our website for more details.

Nurture Courses

Please see our website www.trinitycentre.org/youth for more details

We run a Farsi (Persian) Alpha Course every spring.

We regularly welcome and support asylum seekers moving into the area and are well connected with local support charities.

Bible study

We run a Farsi (Persian) course every autumn

We run a regular Tuesday morning cafe on Market days 8am - 1pm

See our website for details

See our website for details

Debt advice is available during Foodbank on a Friday afternoon 1 - 3pm

Discipleship course

See our Facebook page for details of upcoming holiday clubs.

Money advice is given during Foodbank sessions Friday 1-3pm

See our website for details

Family Fridays meets every Friday morning 9.30-11am for parents and carers including activities for the under 5's.

Parents and toddlers

Pilgrim Courses is run throughout the year. Please check our Facebook page for updates.

Social action project

See our website for more details


Help for Visitors

Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the building please ask staff for password.

A history leaflet is available, please also see our website.

Tuesday Cloister Cafe 8am - 1pm

The church is open Monday to Friday 10am - 3pm


Other Features

#ComfortAndJoy

Middlesbrough Food Bank distribution (voucher holders only) Fridays 1 - 3pm
https://middlesbrough.foodbank.org.uk

Projection equipment is available in the church, main hall and Niven conference room.

Urban Priority Area

We serve Fairtrade Tea, Coffee and Sugar

See our website for details.

Through the generosity of ACTS 435 partners we are able to regularly offer help to people in need helping them avoid getting into debt in a crisis.

Pioneer Credit Union collection Tuesdays 10 - 11am
http://www.pioneercu.org.uk