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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.

November 2018

  • Tuesday 6 November | Holy Trinity


    Advent is the period of four Sundays and weeks before Christmas . Advent means ‘Coming’ in Latin. This is the coming of Jesus into the world. As Christians at Holy Trinity church we will use the four Sundays and weeks of Advent to prepare and remember the real meaning of Christmas.

    ADVENT SUNDAY – 2nd December    
    8am Said Eucharist   10am Parish Eucharist

    Wednesday 5th December- Advent Feria    
    10am Said Eucharist and refreshments (Gracewell)

    ADVENT 2 – Sunday 9th December          
    8am Said Eucharist       10am Parish Eucharist

    Wednesday 12th December – Advent Feria  
    10am Said Eucharist and Refreshments (Gracewell)

    ADVENT 3 – Sunday 16th December          
    8am Said Eucharist     10am Parish Eucharist   6.30pm NINE LESSONS & CAROLS

    Wednesday 19th December – Advent Feria  
    10am Said Eucharist and Refreshments (Gracewell)

    ADVENT 4 – Sunday 23rd December          
    8am Said Eucharist       10am Parish Eucharist



    During Advent we shall light the four candles on the advent wreath in church as we countdown to the coming of Christ at Christmas. The wreath of evergreen represents the never ending love of God. While the Advent wreath with its four candles did bring light to churches, it was not to illuminate the interior as much as to symbolize the coming of Christ. During each Sunday of the Advent season, we focus on one of the four virtues Jesus brings us: Hope, Love, Joy and Peace. Others consider the lighting of the first candle to symbolize expectation, while the second symbolizes hope, the third joy and the fourth purity. The Christ candle is lit on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day reminding Christians that Jesus is the light of the world. The order and exact wording vary among churches, but the wreath continually reminds us of whom we are called to be as followers of Jesus.

December 2018

  • Saturday 1 December | Holy Trinity


    Christingle -in aid of The Children’s Society

    Monday 24th December at 6.00 pm
    “Let light shine out of darkness”
    2 Corinthians 4:6
    The Christingle Service carries a deep message of God’s love and is a particularly special way for us all to reach out together to help children and young people who are in urgent need.  During the service Christingle oranges will be given to everyone who brings a gift of money for the work of The Children’s Society; this will help them to continue to take direct action to support disadvantaged children all over the UK.



    Sunday 9th December
    4.30pm Light up a Life service on Brewers Quay, Hope Square. In aid of WELDMAR Hospice trust

    Sunday 16th December 6.30pm A SERVICE OF NINE LESSONS AND CAROLS (Come and join in those popular carols and readings at Holy Trinity church)

    Wednesday 19th December 6pm School Carol service at Holy Trinity church

    Friday 21st December 2pm Carols at Gracewell Nursing home

    Friday 21st December 7.30pm Lifeboat Carol service at the lifeboat station Nothe Parade

    CHRISTMAS EVE Monday 24th December 6pm Christingle service

    11.30pm Midnight Mass at Holy Trinity church

    CHRISTMAS DAY 8am Said Eucharist       10am Parish Eucharist

Vicar’s letter for November 2018


Once again we come round to November, the month of Remembrance. On All Souls Day (2nd November) the Church gathers to remember the faithful departed. At Holy Trinity church on Friday, 2nd November at 10.30am we shall gather together for a Requiem Eucharist to remember all our departed loved ones and friends. We shall remember them publicly at the altar during the service. Please enter names you wish to be remembered on the list on the board in the organ transept.

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