Holy Trinity Weymouth with St Nicholas

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Welcome

Holy Trinity in Weymouth, Dorset is a friendly, approachable and open church playing a central role in the local community.

We welcome visitors to our services from all Christian denominations and none, and they are all welcome to join us as we worship and share communion together.

From the Vicar’s letter this month…

CLOSE ENCOUNTERS When Moses came down from the mountain his face shone. He had been close to, and had spoken with, God. (Read Exodus 34:29-35.) Elijah had a similar experience, again, on a mountain top. After a raging storm he recognised God’s presence in the calm and peace, in the…” Continue reading

View of Holy Trinity across the harbour, painted by G Powell

What’s on

  • Sunday 8 July 2018, 10.00am | Holy Trinity

    Sea Sunday 8th July 2018

    We shall be celebrating Sea Sunday at our Parish Eucharist at 10 am on 8th July. The preacher will be Neil Robinson from the Fishermen’s Mission. The Mission reaches out to both active and retired fishermen by providing practical, spiritual and financial assistance and/or advice.

  • Sunday 19 August 2018, 6.30pm | Holy Trinity

    Songs of Praise 19th August 2018

    There will be a special Songs of Praise on Sunday 19th August at 6.30pm which will be followed by wine and cheese and raffle. All proceeds will go to the church restoration appeal. Please choose your favourite hymn. Further details will be published nearer the event.

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Our mission

The foundation of our life in the Church is worship and prayer, as we support each other on the journey of faith. In the power of God’s spirit we are sent out to make Christ known in the communities he has called us to serve.

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Thought for the Week 24th June 2018

It seems strange that the disciples should turn to Jesus for help during a storm on the sea of Galilee. After all they were the fishermen. They knew the angry waters and the gusting winds. Jesus was a landlubber with no touch of the sea in his veins. How could he help? Somehow they had a glimpse of him as Lord of the wind and sea, as Lord of all. We are challenged by our gospel today to call on him, to have faith in him, to live by that faith with boundless confidence in him because he is our Father.

Canon Andrew

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