CONTACT TRINITY SAFE SPACE
We have resumed operating Drop-ins on two sites:
Halton Trinity Methodist Church on Thursdays with basic English lessons from 10am to 12, followed by socialisation from 12pm.
Widness Trinity Methodist Church, on Mondays from 10:30 to 1pm English lessons on Thursday 1pm to 3pm
Faith, Hope and Love
Bikes, shoes and clothes
Living on £5 a day is tough for anyone ( I dare you to try it ) but this is the daily struggle of every asylum seeker.
Trinity Safe Space, in partnership with A Better tomorrow and other partnership agencies seek to help our friends with gifts of clothes, shoes and even bikes (a cheap means of transport!).
These gifts are often second hand and generously donated by our supporters (Thank you). They make a huge difference and really help by showing care and concern for the wellbeing of asylum seekers. We can only imagine what it must be like to leave homes and possessions just to find safety.
The Covid pandemic has created a lot of cancellations - the Easter egg hunt being one of them. But what to do with hundreds of chocolate eggs! They were offered to Trinity Safe Space team to distribute to Asylum seekers. When you're used to living on just the basics a little bit of luxury is a lovely surprise.
WHAT IS TRINITY SAFE SPACE?
A community of Asylum Seekers
We make no judgements.
We love the people no matter where they come from, whatever the story, no matter what language they speak or what faith they have - or not, and whatever their skin colour. We treat everyone with love and respect and expect that everyone who joins us does the same.
Our objective is to first to make our guests feel welcome. We aim to help them learn our language and the culture of Britain.
We offer them such help as we are able and what they are willing to recieve.
Who are we?
Our roots are in the Christian Faith, our volunteers are from a variety of Churches of various flavours, we work with partners who are of other faiths and none.
The name is linked to the spaces we use: Trinity Methodist Church in Widness and Halton Trinity Methodist Church in Runcorn. Seperated by the river Mersey, united by our common cause.
Responding to the need for computers to help Asylum seeker children and Students continue their studies at home, we obtained grants to purchase new computers.