Holy Trinity Weymouth with St Nicholas

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Welcome

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…

I enjoy Christian Aid collecting. I know many people find it difficult and awkward, some noble souls really hate it, but still do it anyway. But I actually enjoy it and look forward to doing it every year. ” Continue reading

View of Holy Trinity across the harbour

What’s on

  • Tuesday 1 September 2015, 3.15pm | Holy Trinity School

    Church Club

    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 September 2015, 7.30pm | Convent of Mercy, Wyke Road

    Julian Meeting

    All are welcome to attend our inter-denominational meeting of contemplative prayer. Please ring Anne Dunn on 01305 770066 for more details.

  • Thursday 3 September 2015, 3.15pm | Holy Trinity School

    Church Club

    We meet every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon in term time. Pupils in Years 1 - 6 are welcome for games, crafts and Bible stories.

  • Friday 4 September 2015, 5.15pm | St Nicholas

    Rainbows - the youngest member of the Guiding family

    Our Rainbows group for girls aged 5 - 7 meets every Friday evening in term time, before the Brownie pack meeting.  For more information contact 01305 766395.

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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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Strollers in August

Although there had been rain on the previous days the sun was out for our August stroll along the disused railway line between Portesham and Abbotsbury.

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