The Christian Aid

The aim of Christian Aid organizationis to help people in need through advice, counselling and financial assistance. The christian aid group work closely with other non-governmental organizations within the Dutch society (e.g, World house, Doctors of the world, Stap verder and so on) to deal with problems of persons that are victims of abuse, neglect, poverty as well as the undocumented.

For more information on the work of Christian aid, please contact the parish office or any of the christian aid members on Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays between 11 am and 2pm.


Marilyn Blancaflor or Fr. Thomas Murray

More names will be added as and when available.


The Parish of the Blessed Trinity has three choirs, which celebrate the Word of God in song. Each choir blends the richness and depth of its cultural background with a desire to bring the community closer together through music.

AM Choir

A happy group of volunteers who enjoy singing, and are willing to help lead the 10.30 mass music, on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month.

Our members range from professional musicians to non-music readers, and we welcome anyone of a cheerful disposition and an ability to sing in tune (that's most of you reading this article).

Our repertoire covers a variety of mass music and hymns, hoping to cater for all tastes.

If you would like to join please do not hesitate.

Rehearsals are twice a month, as well as a warm up before each mass. For more information contact Carole Spencer (music director).

Filipino Choir

The Filipino Choir's rendition is a blend of classic Tagalog and modern English hymns. Coordinator: Marilyn Blancaflor

Ghanaian Choir

Celebrating the traditions of Ghana , this choir performs religious songs to an African beat both in Ghanaian and English. Coordinator: Ricky Opoku

During special celebrations, the choirs join together and provide a strong and dynamic repertoire of spiritual music.

Indian Choir

More details will be added as and when available.


The NewsForum is published once every two months by the Parish of the Blessed Trinity. All contributions are welcome. If you would like to join the Newsforum Team, please speak to Pearl or Fr. Murray Tel:020-4652711.

Pearl Hoogland
More names will be added as and when available.


We have recently re-opened the parish crèche on both of the Sunday Masses. The crèche with toys and games is available for 1-4 year olds during the 10.30 and 12.00 Sunday Mass. This is a safe area where you are welcome to stay with your child or leave them in the care of the volunteers on duty. There is a speaker in the crèche that allows you to follow the Mass. The area is separated from the main part of the church so you do not need to worry about the noise. The Crèche is located at the ground floor of the Parish Centre. Follow the arrow sign "Crèche", if you wish to leave your child with us. Please bring them to the crèche around 5 minutes before Mass starts and pick them up during the "sign of peace" (before Communion).
Pearl Hoogland
More names will be added as and when available.

Seeds of Hope (Young People's Group)

The Parish Youth Group is for our young parishioners who have been confirmed. Social, religious, educational and sporting activities are organised by youths, for youths. It offers a great chance to make new friends and develop a better appreciation of all the diverse cultures that make up our wonderful parish.