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…
At the same time as I am thinking about this letter, I am working on a sermon on the parable of Dives and Lazarus. The reality of this story strikes me every time I walk into Weymouth, for there is Lazarus - or someone like him - in our town.…” Continue reading
Monday 24 October 2016, 2.30pm | St Nicholas
Joe Kaplonek will talk and show some of his wonderful photographs taken during his recent trip to Iceland.
A collection of items for shoe boxes of gifts for Romania was requested at our last meeting and we will fill the boxes at this meeting..
New members and visitors are always welcome, so please join us for a friendly afternoon and a good cup of tea.
Saturday 29 October 2016, 10.00am | Holy Trinity
The Children’s Society
Come to our Coffee Morning where we will also be starting our annual box collection. Please bring your boxes as Val Sewry will be there to collect them. There will be a raffle and an opportunity to see this year’s selection of Christmas Cards and to place your orders.
Please come and give us your support and perhaps take a box to help the Society continue this important work.
Tuesday 1 November 2016, 3.15pm | Holy Trinity School
We meet every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon in term time. Pupils in Years 1 - 6 are welcome for games, crafts and Bible stories.
Tuesday 1 November 2016, 7.30pm | Convent of Mercy, Wyke Road
All are welcome to attend our inter-denominational meeting of contemplative prayer. Please ring Anne Dunn on 01305 770066 for more details.
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.
For the last walk of the season we ventured out of our immediate area, to Stoborough, where we pre-booked our all-important lunch at the Kings Arms, and thence to Arne to walk around the RSPB reserve.