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POLICIES AND FORMS
The church exists to display the rule of Jesus Christ, and to enjoy his presence. All who join in any of the activities of Trinity Church, should expect to find it a safe and caring environment. Therefore, Trinity Church is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all its members, leaders and particularly to children.
Everyone at Trinity Church who is in any of our childrens/youth ministries or might be (creche, skids, Bible Conference program, ROCK, Granite etc) is required to sign off on our Child Protection Policy and complete a Working with Children check issued by the Office of Children and Young People.
Child Protection Policy and Procedures - updated March 18, 2018
At Trinity Church, the way in which couples are helped to prepare for marriage, to prepare for their wedding, and then to adjust to married life together, is shaped by God’s plan for marriage.
Wedding Policy - January 2012
It is never easy when a family member dies, and there is always grief of a greater or lesser kind. To have to arrange a funeral, and then be present for it, is often also difficult. These guidelines may help you through that.
Funeral Policy - January 2012
If you would like to support the work of Trinity Church financially, you may do so via direct debit into one of these accounts:
Acc. 1070 2896
Overseas Relief Fund
Acc. 352 497 647
Acc. 281 948 825
Suggested wording if making a bequest (or check with your solicitor):
“I give and bequeth
____ per cent of my estate ) choose one
the residue of my estate, both real and personal )
to Trinity Church Tamworth Inc, for the purposes of the Church in Tamworth, and declare that the receipt of the treasurer at the time shall be a sufficient discharge of my executor’s duty.”