The following weekly services take place at Holy Trinity. In addition, a number of special services take place throughout the year, details of which can be found on the Calendar page.
The 8am service of Holy Communion is a quiet reflective service of said Communion without music. It is a shorter service that our Parish Eucharist service at 11am.
Every 1st Sunday of the month it is a 1662 Book of Common Prayer service and every other Sunday it is a Common Worship service.
The 11am service is our main family service. It has a warm and inviting atmosphere where children and adults of all ages are welcomed.
The 1st Sunday of each month is our Family Communion when the whole family, children and adults, worship together for the whole service.
The 2nd and 4th Sundays are our regular Parish Eucharist services, where the children are welcome to attend King’s Kidz in the School room during the main part of the service and join us again to receive Communion.
The 2nd Sunday is also a service when healing is offered, through the laying on of hands and anointing with oil.
The 3rd Sunday is our Family Celebration Service. There is no Holy Communion during this service and it has a more relaxed and informal format. The music is more contemporary and lead by a worship band instead of the organ. It is ideal for those who are unfamiliar with Church and would like a gentle introduction.
The 6pm service is a service of 1662 Sung Evensong. This generally a quiet reflective service for those who enjoy or feel they might enjoy a very traditional service of the Word.
However every 3rd Sunday is a service of Common Worship Holy Communion.
Whenever there is a 5th Sunday within the month we have a whole Benefice Service, where all 3 churches across our Benefice come together and worship. This rotates between the 3 churches and is often at the time of the host church. Therefore the venue and time changes each time. So if you would like to worship with us on a 5th Sunday please check where we are. This can be done on home page of this website, on Facebook or by looking at the previous weeks pew sheet.