Holy Trinity Church, Maisons-Laffitte

Our activities

As well as our regular services, we have many activties and events, ranging for the spiritual through to the outright secular. Everyone is welcome to any activity. Just ask, or if appropriate, just turn up. If in doubt, contact us

For the children (ages 3 to 13)

Sunday Groups for children up to the age of 11, giving them a firm foundation of faith for his or her life.

Pathfinders for 12 and 13 year-olds develops an understanding of the Christian life through discussions drama, and other activities.
See the Autumn programme of events.

For our youth (age 14 plus)

Youth Group for 14 plus: meets on Sundays plus a monthly club night

Weekday activities for the young

Little Fishes meets on Tuesday mornings during term time.

Trinity Tots English speaking Playgroup and Reading Groups for children

Scouts & Guides

A full range of groups starting with Beavers and Brownies and rising to Rangers and .

  • more details on Maison Laffitte Scouts
  • more details on Guides, Brownies and Rainbows
  • For the adults

    Adult home study groups

    Home study groups We have several groups meetings with the common aim of helping us experience and commit ourselves fully to what it means to live and grow in the Christian life. Everyone welcome!

    see pewsheet for weekly activities

    The Church choir consists of between ten and twenty singers of varying standard. It rehearses on thursdays, and sings regularly during Church services.

    The Service of Nine Lessons and Carols at Christmas is usually a high point of the year for the choir. We have also been known to sing at concerts at or away from Maisons-Laffitte.

    The choir always welcomes new singers. There is no audition and sight singing is not a requirement although much appreciated. Our guiding principle is the love of God and His great gift of Music.

    For more information please contact the choir master, Rachel Meuriot

    The Holy Trinity Children's choir has been formed recently and young recruits are welcome. Contact Jonathan Halliwell for details

    Bridging the gap

    Another group? No, a fellowship.

    This is a fellowship intended particularly for those of us who come to church on our own or as a couple without children

    Church is community, and to bridge this gap we would like to develop the equivalent for those of us who come to church on our own or as a couple without children. We invite you to an 'At Home' in Trinity Hall on every first Sunday in the month from 10 till 11. Please drop in for all or part of the time so that we can get to know one another better, share and put into practice Paul's recommendation to the Thessalonians to 'encourage one another, build one another up'. Details from Edith Briard


    The Holy Trinty community is actively involved in a number of outreach activities including assisting a local association Solidarité Logement Maisons Mesnil rennovate flats to provide accomatation for the needy. In addition to this volunteers help out at the Armée du Salut Soup Kitchen in Paris. See the outreach page for details.

    Other Seasonal Activities

    Other regular family and social events through the year

    • Welcome BBQ - September
    • Harvest lunch - October
    • Bonfire night - November
    • Christmas fair - December
    • Summer BBQ - May/June