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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.

August 2018

  • Sunday 19 August, 6.30pm | Holy Trinity

    Songs of Praise 19th August 2018

    There will be a special Songs of Praise on Sunday 19th August at 6.30pm which will be followed by wine and cheese and raffle. All proceeds will go to the church restoration appeal. Please choose your favourite hymn. Further details will be published nearer the event.

September 2018

  • Saturday 8 September | Corner of Bincleaves Road and Belle Vue Road, Weymouth

    Sociable Strollers - 8 Sep 18 Walk for Dorset Historic Churches

    The Sociable Strollers invite everyone to join them as they will walk on the 8th September 2018 to raise money for the Dorset Historic churches Trust. There will be one group sponsorship form, although if you have friends who want to sponsor you that’s fine! The walk starts at the corner of Bincleaves Road and Bell Vue Road at 10am and will include visits to St Mary’s and St Johns churches.  Please sign up if you would like to walk. The list to sign is on the notice board in the organ transept. Forms are available from Anthony de Chazal or Geoff Pritchard

  • Saturday 8 September | Holy Trinity

    Ride and Stride 8th September 2018

    On Saturday, 8th September the Annual Ride and Stride for Dorset Churches takes place. This event, organised by the Dorset Historic Churches Trust (DHCT), raises money to enable grants to be made to churches in Dorset in need of repair or improvement. DHCT has organised this initiative since 1991, and in 2017 it raised more than £86,000 – the highest amount to date.
    One feature is that half the money raised by a church is returned to that church. This is very relevant in view of the present – and forthcoming - plans to make Holy Trinity building “fit for purpose”.
    So, please contact the Holy Trinity Parish Organiser, Anthony de Chazal, with your offers of sponsorship, or indeed take part in a walk or cycle ride yourself!

    If you want to know more about Dorset Historic Churches Trust then please take one of the annual reports at the back of the church.

Vicar’s letter for July 2018/August 2018

“God doesn’t have a holiday!

Working through a desk groaning with paper on a glorious sunny summer morning, I just happened to wish out loud that I was on holiday. However, I was soon reminded by a parishioner of the wonderful truth that God doesn’t have holidays.

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Thought for the Week 19 August 2018

Promises must always hold out a prospect of something above and beyond the ordinary and preferably unique. Otherwise the strand of joyful hope that marks a promise is missing. When Jesus promised to give us his Body and Blood, the hearers were incredulous as we read in today’s Gospel. Since they could not see how it could happen. They restricted the power of God to their own limited understanding of reality. The temptation is to retreat into our own world and accept only what we understand. The promise is that all who are nourished by the bread of life will live for ever. To risk all for this promise is the vocation of every follower of Jesus.

Canon Andrew

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