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Connecting with us
Whether you’re exploring faith or interested in joining us we’d love to connect with you. You can let us know what you’re interested in by filling in our online connect form here and we’ll be in touch.
If you’re thinking about making Trent Vineyard your church, we’d like to invite you for a newcomers' welcome. It’s a great opportunity to meet our church leaders, John and Debby, hear their personal story and meet some of our other leaders too.
Alpha is a chance to ask the big questions of life and explore the Christian faith in a fun, relaxed environment. To sign up to our next Alpha course visit here.
Jesus changing lives
Our Changing Lives book and films feature just some of the many stories of Jesus transforming lives at Trent Vineyard.
You can watch and read some of the stories here...
Small Groups are the best way to connect and get to know others and are a place to belong and be known. Everyone gets to share life with one another - listening, learning and supporting each other through its ups and downs. Small Groups are for people local to the Nottinghamshire area and usually meet on Wednesday and Thursday evenings.
You can find out more about Trent Vineyard’s vision and values by listening to excerpts of our Senior Pastors, John and Debby’s original vision recordings from 1996 here. The podcast gives a great explanation of who we are and why we do what we do.
Joining Trent Vineyard
If you decide that Trent Vineyard is the church for you, the best way to settle in is to get
involved. We want to be a church where anyone can come, feel welcomed and accepted, and
find their way at their own pace. If you’d like to become a member, there are four things we
ask you to do:
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