Trinity's New Chapel
'I lift up my eyes to the hills, where does my help come from? My help comes from the LORD, the maker of heaven and earth'.
'And the glory of the Lord filled the temple'
We are delighted to share the great news that Trinity's chapel is now open and in use! The Chapel doors are open to students and staff! Five weekly Christian Unions take place each lunchtime; the SHINE course is thriving in its new home as well as our STRENGTH course, Trinity Service Programme and Creative Intervention Programme. We continue to wait for the images of mountains to be placed on the glass windows which will complete the visuals within the Chapel. We held a special Service of Dedication to thank God for his provision and dedicated the Chapel and it's plans and purposes into God's safe hands.
Our Chapel was officially opened by Julian Speroni and dedicated by Pastor Andrew Diaper, Chair of the Sevenoaks Churches Educational Trust in July 2022
We give thanks to God for Trinity parents Jacquie Bignell and Renate Moerdijk for their time, energy, professional input, creativity, and vision into the Chapel.
A lunchtime Christian Union
The Shine Girl Course
Trinity Service Programme - Easter blessings for residents at the Lavender Field Care home.
Trinity's Chapel design
The cross is placed at the centre of Trinity's exterior as a symbol of Jesus' hope, light and eternal life.
The glass-fronted design will also enable those inside the Chapel to catch a glimpse of the South Downs Way and reminds us of the importance of 'looking up', lifting our hearts and minds to God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
Just as the psalmist cried out to God for help in psalm 121, we want the Chapel to become a safe place and brave space for our students and staff to look up and know the help and love of God through His word and spirit.