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What’s on at Holy Trinity
and St Nicholas

Holy Trinity and St Nicholas play an integral part in the life of the local community with many social and fundraising events throughout the year.

January 2018

  • Sunday 7 January | Holy Trinity

    Vicar’s Puts The Year Ahead in Context

    Dear Friends,

    At the turn of the year, we all tend to find ourselves looking back at the more significant moments in the past twelve months.  It’s a chance to remember the good things that have happened, the successes that both we individually and our family and friends have achieved.  It can be sad too, as we find ourselves remembering friends lost in the past year.  If you’re anything like me, it’s also a time where you come face to face with your regrets, those ‘should have’ moments in life that we all experience and perhaps it makes us stop and ask some of the bigger questions of life – the ‘why’s, what’s and ‘what if’s’.

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  • Monday 15 January | Holy Trinity

    BIG BREW Advance Notice

    Make a note in your diary - Traidcraft BIG BREW will be on Saturday 3rd March from 10am to 3pm.

    More details in the March What’s On.

  • Monday 22 January | St Nicholas


    Last November the Trustees and PCC unanimously voted to start the process to close St Nicholas church and to sell the site.
    It had become impossible to maintain two buildings where both need so much work on them. It was decided to close St Nicholas and to concentrate the church’s future mission at Holy Trinity in Weymouth where the long term vision will be to offer new facilities and mission opportunities as we discover Gods kingdom in a changing world.

    To this end the sale of the site and land at St Nicholas will help us generate funds in which a team of people will work to hopefully gain match funding to repair, and reorder in exciting and imaginative ways Holy Trinity church, Weymouth making what we hope will be a hub for all manner of outreach opportunities as we engage actively in our parish and the community of Weymouth.

    However we want to celebrate all that St Nicholas church has been over 54 years as a church and a community hall.  To this end everyone is warmly invited to the final Eucharist on Sunday 4th March. There will be no 10am service at Holy Trinity on this Sunday.

    At the end of the service there will be light refreshments and a display of photographs depicting the history of how St Nicholas church evolved and changed over the years.

February 2018

  • Thursday 1 February | Holy Trinity

    Praying Together During Lent 2018

    We are being encouraged across our Diocese to pray through St Mark’s Gospel during Lent 2018.  Booklets, which will be available shortly at the back of our churches, will give us a daily reflection written by individuals across the Diocese of Salisbury.  The hope is that this will further enable those using the resource to feel part of something wider and will help people to engage with some of those who serve in various capacities across Dorset and Wiltshire.

  • Sunday 18 February, 6.00pm | Holy Trinity

    Nota Bene Singers Music for Choir and Organ

    In 2002, the group now known as the Nota Bene Singers was founded by Gay Corran a local resident, John Holloway the Musical Director and Ian Fox organist.

    The group meet in Lulworth twice a year; with singers coming from all parts of the country to rehearse for a weekend culminating in a Festal Service in West Lulworth. They have toured twice in France, performing in Cathedrals and churches around Lectoure in the Gers region.

    I am therefore delighted to say that as a special treat they will perform for us in Holy Trinity Church on Sunday 18 February at 6pm when we shall hear them sing a varied programme of music – encompassing Stanford, Durefle, Jenkins, Mendelssohn, Bach and Sumison - and enjoy socialising with them over a finger buffet afterwards.

    They will rehearse in church on Friday evening and all day Saturday (16-17 Feb).

    Tickets - £10 for the concert and £15 for the concert and buffet – are available from Janet Hall who has arranged this event.

    The singers and organist are covering all their costs and giving their services free which means all profits go to Holy Trinity.

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Pastoral Care for St Nicholas Congregation

Father Andrew has successfully secured an alternative venue for our Wednesday Eucharist and a once a month Sunday Service (for those members of St Nicholas who are unable to get to Holy Trinity). We are grateful to Gracewell Community of Weymouth who have offered to accommodate us in one of their small community rooms. As from Wednesday 7th March we will continue to share together in the Eucharist at 10am at Gracewell, which is next to Holy Trinity School, Cross Road. During Lent this will be followed by our Lent Course. The first Sunday Service will be on Easter Day at 9am and thereafter on the fourth Sunday of each month at 9am.

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