Holy Trinity with St Nicholas 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…
Advent is the season of the church year when we look both backward and forward. The Advent readings reach back to the Old Testament promises of the Messiah and ahead to the coming rule of Jesus Christ, bringing together the intertwining themes of promise and fulfilment, mercy and judgement.” Continue reading
Thursday 8 December 2016, 5.00pm | Holy Trinity School Garden
Carols by Floodlight: Joy to the World
The school choir will be singing and members of the Church Club will read Christmas stories. There will be a voluntary retiring collection for the school’s chosen charities - one local and one national.
Don’t forget to bring a torch!
(If wet the event will be held in the school hall)
Sunday 11 December 2016, 4.30pm | Hope Square
Light Up a Life
Remember loved ones or absent friends at this service of readings and carol singing. During the service the Christmas tree lights will be illuminated. You can dedicate a light on the tree by calling Weldmar Hospice on 281800 or go to http://www.weld-hospice.org.uk
Monday 12 December 2016, 2.30pm | St Nicholas
Our Christmas meeting, when we look forward to welcoming the Holy Trinity School Choir, readings and carols, followed by tea and mince pies.
Tuesday 13 December 2016, 6.00pm | Holy Trinity
Holy Trinity School Carol Service
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.
The Church has once again thrown its support behind the Surviving Winter appeal, which raises money to help older and vulnerable people stay warm and well in the UK’s coldest months. Last year it helped 130 older households in Wiltshire and 80 in Dorset survive the coldest months.