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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.

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 September 2018

“NEW BEGINNINGS September is always seen as a time of new beginnings. Holidays are over and the summer begins to draw to an end as we look forward to Harvest and the autumn.. The start of a new term beckons. Children starting school for the first time; moving from one school to the next or beginning the final leg of the educational process, leaving home and heading off to university for the Michaelmas term. ”

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Thought for the Week 16th September 2018

In today’s gospel Peter recognises and publically proclaims that Jesus is more than a prophet, that he is the Messiah and Son of God. However, when Jesus points out that this Messiah must suffer and die, Peter thunders in to correct such nonsense. A God who would suffer and die for others sounds outlandish. Jesus would have to conform to what Peter would like God to be powerful, in control, respectable and generally regarded as successful. Peter had glimpsed the incarnate God whose free choice of each of us to share in his loving acceptance and in his unconditional forgiveness is a wonder beyond our wildest imaginations.

Canon Andrew

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