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Holy Trinity Primary School and Community Nursery

The school, the largest primary school in Dorset, and nursery provide a Christian environment in which every pupil is recognised as a unique individual to be nurtured in mind, body and spirit. It occupies superb new buildings which were dedicated in 2008 by the Bishop of Sherborne. It has a garden, which includes a memory garden for spiritual and quiet reflection and is used by the pupils as part of their RE lessons. You can view the school's website or contact the school on 01305 783 200 or at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

What’s on

  • Tuesday 2 May 2017, 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 2 May 2017, 7.30pm | All Saints School

    Deanery Synod

  • Tuesday 2 May 2017, 7.30pm | Convent of Mercy, Wyke Road

    Julian Meeting

    Julian Meetings are ecumenical, inter-denominational groups, both lay and clergy, who meet regularly in order to grow in the practice of contemplative prayer in the Christian tradition.  We take it in turns to lead and we begin with a short reading (not usually from scripture, but it can be) followed by a short prayer before entering into silence for about 30 - 45 minutes, finishing with the Grace.  We then have coffee (some of us prefer not to stay for this) and end at approximately 9.00 pm.  If you want to know more please ring Anne Dunn on 01305 770066 or just come along and join us.

  • Thursday 4 May 2017, 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.

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Annual Meeting Elections

The following members of the congregation were elected at our Annual Meeting on 23 April.

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Vicar’s letter for April 2017

“We are often told that it is not possible to believe the Easter story in a scientific age. I do not believe that just because an event is without precedent and without parallel in human experience it does not mean it could not have happened. The true scientist will sift the evidence carefully and evaluate it, and draw conclusions from the results.”

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