Young People

The presence of young people is a gift to the church and they are a sign that our parish is growing. Find out about our range of groups below.

All our leaders are DBS checked. For more information about safeguarding in the parish click here.

​Babies & Toddlers (0-3 yrs)

Every Sunday during the 10am Eucharist at Holy Trinity children are welcome to play with toys in St Luke's Chapel and the Children's Corner accompanied by their parents. Toy bags are also distributed to little ones on arrival to enjoy during the service.

​Contact: Pippa Mitchell


Our choristers have an important role to play in our parish. 
Go to our Music page to find out more.

Junior Church (3-7 yrs)

We meet every Sunday in term time to have fun whilst talking and thinking about God during the 10am Eucharist at Holy Trinity. Starting in church, we go to the Trinity Centre during the first hymn where we tell a story in the form of ‘Godly Play’, do a craft activity, have a drink and a biscuit and say prayers before joining the main service for a blessing towards the end of communion. Various social activities for children and parents happen throughout the year (the highlight being the Christmas Party).

Contact: Pippa Mitchell

Trinity Breakfast Club (8-12 yrs)

Trinity Breakfast Club is a very informal, lively group which meets in the Trinity Centre during the 10am Eucharist.  Alongside teaching from the Roots programme designed for this age group, there is a very successful series of visitors from members of the HTSM congregation who come to talk about their service in the community or something else which has enriched their lives. We usually rejoin the service at The Peace so that the children of this age group can participate fully in the preparation for Eucharist.  Children can receive a blessing at the altar if they have not celebrated their First Communion (see Children & Communion).

Contact: Pippa Mitchell

Children & Communion (7yrs+)

Since 2000, this parish has enthusiastically welcomed children into full communion at the altar.  Children who have undertaken a specially designed course of preparation run by experienced teachers in the parish, receive bread and wine each Sunday at the Eucharist alongside their parents, friends and adults of all ages.  The preparation finishes with a special service involving parents and godparents at which the parish celebrates with great joy people of all ages being “in full communion” with each other and with our Lord. To download responses to frequently asked questions click here.

Contact: Tom Pote

Café Club (12-15 yrs)

Every Thursday in termtime a group of our young people aged 12-15 meet up in a café in central Guildford from 5.15 for hot chocolate or milkshake, snacks and chat.  We relax and wind down from the school day together and every week have a topic for discussion, about living our lives as young people in today’s world.  We finish around 6.15 so that those in the choir can go to practice. Anyone in this age group is warmly invited and welcome to come along. 

Contact: Pippa Mitchell

Youth Group (15-18 yrs)

We meet regularly for good discussion, games and challenges. Some of us have have also visited our link Parish in South Africa.

Contact: Tom Pote


Holy Trinity Brownie Pack is a lively group of 30 girls between seven and ten years old.  We meet at the Trinity Centre every Friday in term time from 5.15pm to 6.45pm. The Brownies learn and enjoy many new skills and activities, covering a varied programme including first aid, cooking, sports, dance, craft, singing, outings to enjoy nature, swimming, to name but a few. The girls are arranged in groups of six of mixed ages so that new girls have older Brownies looking after them and guiding them. The highlight of each year is the Pack Holiday, and there are often other outings and events arranged for weekends and school holidays.

Contact: Helen Lee |  01483 822655 | |


Holy Trinity Guides caters for girls between the ages of 10 and 15 years and meets on Thursday evenings in The Trinity Centre from 7.00 - 8.30pm. The Guides work together in small groups called patrols. Within the patrols the girls are encouraged to make their own decisions and to work as a team. The Guides cover a wide and varied programme which includes life skills such as first aid, camping, map reading, knotting, cooking skills, walking, orienteering, abseiling, canoeing, drama, crafts and lots more.  The girls usually have at least one opportunity a year to experience a residential trip away, which is usually camping.

Contact: Ann Pierce | 01483 505816 | |

Safeguarding Officer

To download our Parish Safeguarding Policy click here.If you have any concerns about the well-being of children or vulnerable adults, please raise these with our Parish Safeguarding Officer.


Contact: Sarah Stewart

07720 912482

Children and Families Co-ordinator

Our Children and Families Co-ordinator acts as a focal point for delivery of activities for young people at Holy Trinity with creative involvement in planning the activities, teaching and leadership. 


Contact: Pippa Mitchell