Community Outreach

At Holy Trinity Clapham we’re passionate about seeing our vision of every life bearing fruit for Jesus come to life. Our Community Mission is a practical outworking of that vision. To find out more and get involved with any of these ministries contact

Family Fridays

Family Fridays is a part of our outreach to the local community, a place where parents and children are supported to spend time together in a relaxed, fun environment. It's in the hall at Trinity House from 4 - 6pm in term time. We prepare and serve food together, play games and help parents to help children with their homework.

Connect Lounge Community Drop-in

The Connect Lounge is a friendly space in the heart of Clapham to connect with friends and meet new people. There is free Wi-Fi, coffee, access to computers and a play area for young children. The Connect Lounge is open every Thursday from 11:30am - 3pm at Trinity House Clapham on the corner of Venn Street and Bromell's road (SW4 0BN). The entrance is on Venn Street.

HT Seniors

HT Seniors meets on the last Thursday of every month between 1pm - 3pm at Trinity House Clapham. We will launch on Thursday 25th May. A variety of socials such as High Tea, Bingo, and film days are just a few of the exciting activities planned.

Life Group

Life Group is a group to share life and faith together. We meet at Trinity House from 11am - 12.30pm on a Wednesday morning with hot drinks, snacks and a time to support each other towards faith.

Clapham Night Hub

The Clapham Night Hub operates on Friday and Saturday evenings from 11pm to 5am based at Clapham Methodist Church on Clapham High Street. The Night Hub reaches out with practical love and care to those coming out of night clubs and pubs in Clapham, offering a safe haven to those who have been injured, are feeling vulnerable, are unwell or in need of help.

Street Pastors

Clapham Night Hub is run by different teams of people from St. John’s Ambulance, security personnel and volunteers from Churches Together in Clapham who operate as Hub volunteers or Street Pastors. A Street Pastor patrols the high street with other team members, engaging with people on the streets to care, listen and converse.