We meet IN PERSON for our Sunday services at 10am. We also to stream our service online at 10am via zoom. To join online just download the zoom app and find us at Meeting ID: 109 666 824 and password: 1973
We warmly welcome you to Trinity Baptist Church. We meet together at 10 am on Sunday to worship God at 8a Bedford Square, Colonel Light Gardens.
Other things that regularly happen at Trinity include our kids club (fortnightly on Fridays) and youth (fortnightly on a Friday arvo), the basketball club on Saturday arvos (in winter), playgroup on Tuesday, and Care & Share, which is a place for older people to meet socially and share a meal (4 days/week).
You can also find a recording of the Sunday sermons at podcasts.
To give toward the work of Trinity Baptist Church you can anonymously give using Giveway online offering via Baptist Financial Services or if you want to transfer directly to the church account the bank details are as follows. If it is a specific payment towards one of the groups attended like playgroup/kids club write that in the description.
BSB: 105 – 084
Account Number: 323420940
Trinity Baptist Church has spiritual oversight of Lifewell South and recommends this service for counselling, massage, nutrition and support groups.
Statement of Compliance
Trinity Baptist Church and its associated Ministries is operating in
compliance with the Public Activity Requirements and Restrictions
set out by the Government of South Australia, Department of Health
and Wellbeing SA Health and Safe Work Australia.
A copy of the COVID Safe Industry Plan – Step 3 can be accessed
by contacting the Trinity Baptist Church Administrator via email:
This is a COVID Safe site.
– Contact details are required for tracing purposes upon entry. *
– Practice physical distancing.
– Hands must be regularly washed or sanitized.
– Equipment and frequently touched surfaces are washed or sanitized after use.
– Follow the rules and keep us all safe.
Trinity Baptist Church has joined the National Redress Scheme as a member of Baptist Churches of South Australia. The National Redress Scheme provides acknowledgement and support to people who experienced institutional child sexual abuse and was created in response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. More information about the participation of Baptist Churches of Australia in the National Redress Scheme is available on the BCSA website .