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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.

June 2018

  • Friday 8 June | Longleat - Home of the Lions!

    Trip to Longleat 8th September 2018

    Trip to Longleat – Outing planned for September 8th for the young people of Holy Trinity. There may be a few spare seats or if there is a lot of interest we could take another coach!
    If you would like to put your name on a reserve list (first come basis) then please have a word with Jenny Keates regarding costs and availability. 

  • Friday 8 June, 8.55am | Holy Trinity

    Women’s Fellowship Events

    We have been made most welcome at Hope URC and we are slowly getting accustomed to our new venue which is very comfortable.

    In April Mr Watson brought the second part of his fascinating collection of Mother of Pearl objects. Some were useful articles from a distant era and all were beautifully made.

    We look forward to being entertained in May by Geoff Kirby’s talk on Optical Illusions.

    This month we welcome Mrs Joyce Fannon from the Thomas Buxton Society with an update on the future of the Society following the achievement of building the monument which many of you will have seen.

    We have plans for a trip on the MV Freedom and a possible visit to the Flower Festival at the Lady St Mary Church in Wareham which is held each year on the second weekend in August. It is always such a joy to visit.

    Do come and join our meetings as all are welcome. 

    Pat Reeves                                          

July 2018

  • Sunday 8 July, 10.00am | Holy Trinity

    Sea Sunday 8th July 2018

    We shall be celebrating Sea Sunday at our Parish Eucharist at 10 am on 8th July. The preacher will be Neil Robinson from the Fishermen’s Mission. The Mission reaches out to both active and retired fishermen by providing practical, spiritual and financial assistance and/or advice.

Vicar’s letter for June 2018

“CLOSE ENCOUNTERS When Moses came down from the mountain his face shone. He had been close to, and had spoken with, God. (Read Exodus 34:29-35.) Elijah had a similar experience, again, on a mountain top. After a raging storm he recognised God’s presence in the calm and peace, in the ‘still, small voice’. So we sing: ”

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Thought for the Week 24th June 2018

It seems strange that the disciples should turn to Jesus for help during a storm on the sea of Galilee. After all they were the fishermen. They knew the angry waters and the gusting winds. Jesus was a landlubber with no touch of the sea in his veins. How could he help? Somehow they had a glimpse of him as Lord of the wind and sea, as Lord of all. We are challenged by our gospel today to call on him, to have faith in him, to live by that faith with boundless confidence in him because he is our Father.

Canon Andrew

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