Our church

Services

Everyone is welcome to join us in our services at Holy Trinity. Our main service is at 10.00am on Sunday.

Weddings

Want to get married at Holy Trinity? We tell you everything you need to know.

Baptisms

All you need to know about what a baptism means, and how to arrange one at Holy Trinity.

Children

Children and young people are valued as an important part of our church family here at Holy Trinity.

First time in church?

We want you to feel comfortable and welcome at Holy Trinity. If you’re thinking of coming to church and don’t know what to expect, we’ve got lots of answers for you here.

Read our FAQs covering all aspects of attending a service on Sunday mornings, and if you think of any more – let us know!

Getting involved

Although we have a beautiful building we know that a church is about its people. Like most churches, Holy Trinity exists because lots of people give freely of their time, skills, and money.

There are lots of ways you can get involved. Helping out at church is a great way to feel part of the family and make new friends.

What’s on

25
April

Thursday 10.30 am Communion

A quiet, spoken, ‘traditional language’ communion service. It usually lasts about 40 minutes and people often get together af…

25
April

Church open

For several hours today the church will be open to visitors – see our What’s On calendar for exact times, and other da…

28
April

Sunday 8.00 am Communion

This spoken service is a calm time, held in the chancel. Language ‘traditional’ on1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays, contemporary on 2…

28
April

10.00 am Parish Worship and Annual Meeting

Sunday at 10.00 am is the main service of the week, with music from the organ and choir, and children's activities. Stay with us…

30
April

Church open

For several hours today the church will be open to visitors – see our What’s On calendar for exact times, and other da…

Sermons

 

Safeguarding

You can find our safeguarding policies for children and vulnerable adults, and get information about who to contact if you have concerns, from our page on safeguarding.