Community Support

We have a responsibility to the people of Stroud Green, to support the life of the local community. This is because we believe in a very practical expression of Christian love which means that we care about every individual person who lives, works and plays in our parish. We engage in a wide range of community outreach projects to help out in a number of different ways.

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We regularly help out in:-

  • a number of local schools – both Church of England aided (St Aidan’s VC Primary School and the Greig City Academy) and other schools.
  • the local Hornsey YMCA.
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We also provide activities and services ourselves, including:-

  • the Trinity Toddlers group for parents and small children, every Monday morning during term time.
  • with Holy Innocents, the Winter Night Shelter, accommodating homeless guests with a meal and bed for the night.

Volunteers to help run these are greatly appreciated, as well as donations to help fund these charitable works – do get in contact with the Night Shelter coordinator if you are interested.

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We are involved with supporting various other local charities, such as:-

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We also regularly organise other events to raise funds and support for other charitable causes:

Mukamusaba School, Livingstone, Zambia

In August 2012, Anna Moloney took money and equipment raised in the parish through the Trinity Concert out to a school in Livingstone, Zambia. Thank you to Anna for all her work: she also wrote a report of her visit and took plenty of photos!

Quiz Evening in aid of Christian Aid

We held our regular quiz evening on Friday 12 October 2012 to raise money for Christian Aid. Thank you to everyone, especially to the cooks for the delicious supper on offer and to Trevor for putting together the questions and the programme for the evening. The Grove’s Room was packed to capacity and everyone had a good time!