Welcome to Trinity, an evangelical church based in the city centre of Perth, Scotland.

We believe in one God – the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit of the Trinity. We believe that Christians are saved by grace, and grace alone, through faith in Jesus Christ. We believe that the Bible is authoritative for belief and practice in our lives.

Whether you are already a Christian and have just moved to Perth, a young teenager that’s taking their first steps in faith or somebody that’s never heard about Jesus, we’d like to meet with you and share our story. All are welcome at God’s table. If you’ve never been to Trinity before, click on the ‘New To Trinity?’ link at the top of this page to find out more.

Please explore our site to find out more about what Trinity is doing locally and internationally as part of the Church of the Nazarene. Please consider praying for the work the church is doing in this nation.

Blessings,

Trinity Pastoral Team

Sermons
  • 12 July 2020
    Fall in Love with the Presence

    from Jack Swan

    Jack Swan from the Mosaic Dundee Church shares with us this morning in our series on Lessons in Lockdown. Jack brings a message on encountering the presence of God.

  • 19 April 2020
    Dead to Sin, Alive in Christ

    from Jim Ritchie

    After a fortnight off for our Easter celebrations, Jim returns to our ongoing series in Romans.

  • 12 April 2020
    Resurrection Day

    from Jim Ritchie

    This year Easter Sunday is totally different for all of us, Pastor Jim shares some thoughts on this Resurrection Day

News & Devotionals

Unity of the global Church

On Sunday May 31st, Christians all over the world celebrated the birth of the Church remembered at Pentecost. Our church family, the Nazarene British Isles

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Pentecost 2020

Sunday 31st May 10:30am As we celebrate Pentecost Sunday, join us online for a great time of prayer, https://www.trinitychurchperth.org/live/ District Pentecost Service 6pm, Sunday 31st

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God’s Routemap

In this difficult season, it has been challenging to find hope in the news. But just last week, hope came in the form of a

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