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Please follow the links below to other websites related to the Methodist Church, to a selection of local organisations and to charities recently supported by Trinity.  Clicking on any of the links will open a new window.   Trinity Methodist Church takes no responsibility for the content of any of the external websites.

Websites associated with the Methodist Church

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The Methodist Church

The Methodist Church in Britain

The Methodist Church, South East District

The South East District of the Methodist Church

Hasting, Bexhill & Rye Methodist Circuit

The Circuit that includes Trinity

Winchelsea Methodist Chapel

Local historic Methodist chapel

All We Can

The Methodist Church's international development and emergency relief agency.  Formerly the Methodist Relief and Development Agency (MRDF)

Churches Together in Britain and Ireland

Joint working and coordination between Christian denominations in Britain and Ireland

Churches Together in Rye and District

Joint working and coordination between Christian denominations in Rye and the surrounding area

Local Websites

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Brede Parish Council

The local Parish Council

Rother District Council

The local District Council

Rother & District Family History Society

Brede & Broad Oak history collected by the Hastings and Rother Family History Society

Francis Frith Brede

Photos and maps of old Brede

Charities recently supported by Trinity

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Action for Children

Supports vulnerable children, young people and their families throughout the UK

Christians Against Poverty

Debt counselling for people in financial difficulty, including insolvency and bankruptcy

Christian Aid

The relief and development agency of 41 Christian churches in UK and Ireland


UK national charity for homeless people

Hastings Food Bank

Part of a national network supported by The Trussell Trust.  


The UK's largest charity care provider.  Established by the Methodist Church.

St Michael's Hospice

Free care and support for those throughout Hastings and Rother affected by a progressive life-limiting illness or bereavement


A wellbeing centre offering help and inspiration for people living on society's margin.


Overnight accommodation for homeless people in Hastings and St Leonards.


Emergency and development work for children worldwide.


Water Aid

International non-governmental organisation focused on water, sanitation and hygiene.