The aim of Holy Trinity is to be an open door showing God’s love to all. For centuries our church has been a place where people have encountered a God who loves, accepts, heals, forgives and renews them. We seek, as a warm, welcoming and inclusive Christian community, to discover and share God’s love through creating lively worship; a caring fellowship and a serving community. Whether you are enquiring about who we are, interested in having somebody baptised, seeking to make a loving commitment in marriage, or thinking about visiting us, you are very welcome!
Services are held at 9.45 am each Sunday. The first Sunday is an All Age Service and the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays are a Sung Eucharist. Thursday services are held at 10.30am and are a Said Holy Communion. When there is a fifth Sunday in the month, a United Benefice Eucharist is held at 10.00am in one of the Benefice churches. Please refer to the church notice boards to ascertain at which church the service will be held.
We have introduced a new series of services entitled 'Saturday @ 5'
. These are short, friendly and informal services lasting no longer than 30 minutes with no sermon. They are held on the last Saturday of each month at 5pm
in the church and are followed by refreshments.
The theme of each service is relevant to the time of year and everyone
is welcome: adults, children, locals, visitors, hikers and dogs too!!
The Church of England has ruled that, due to the Coronavirus, all public services are suspended and the church building will remain closed
for the forseeable future. The vicar, Canon Tony Kaunhoven, is contactable on: 01629 814462