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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.

April 2018

  • Saturday 14 April, 12.17pm | Holy Trinity

    Cleaning at Holy Trinity Church

    We have already had a very generous response to the appeal for funds to cover the cost of our deep clean.  Phase 1 has already been paid for and we are well on the way to paying for Phase 2, which is the organ transept.  Please look at, and respond to, the notice in the Organ Transept to indicate how you feel able to help in this initiative - either by financial help or by going on a cleaning rota.  Many thanks.  Submitted by Liz Williams - Church Warden

  • Sunday 15 April, 11.30am | Holy Trinity

    2018 Annual Parochial Church Meeting

    The Annual Parochial Church Meeting will be held after the 10am Parish Eucharist. The Agenda will comprise: Minutes and approval of previous meeting; PCC Secretary’s and Treasurer’s and Churchwarden’s reports; Election of PCC Members; Election of Standing Committee; AOB; The Blessing).

  • Saturday 21 April | Holy Trinity

    Charity Summer Concert 8 June 2018

    The Charity Summer Concert will be held at 7pm on Friday 8th June at Holy Trinity church, Weymouth
    Artists include: The Weymouth Concert Brass, with James Graham (Piano), Jane Mckell (drama), The Dean academy and others.
    TICKETS AVAILABLE SHORTLY - £7 including a glass of wine.

  • Monday 23 April, 2.30pm | Hope URC

    Women’s Fellowship Meeting - A Talk of Mother of Pearls

    This will be our first meeting at Hope United Reform Church when Mr Watson will show us the second part of his interesting collection of Mother of Pearl items.

    Meetings are held on the fourth Monday each month at 2 30 pm. We are a friendly group who welcome new members so do come and join us for fellowship and interesting afternoons with time for a chat over a cup of tea.

    A new programme is now available from Pat Reeves.


May 2018

  • Tuesday 1 May, 12.01am | Holy Trinity

    Christian Aid Week 13 - 19 May 2018

    This year Holy Trinity is supporting Christian Aid Week in several different ways. You can help:

    I WITNESS - 30th April until 20th May 2018

    A photographic exhibition in Holy Trinity Church depicting Christian Aid’s work in Haiti. Continuing relief work and the provision of earthquake resistant homes is the focus for Christian Aid Week this year. Come and see the exhibition but help by giving up a little of your time to steward so that we can keep the church open and welcome as many people as possible to the exhibition.

    BIG BREKKIE - Saturday 19th May 2018 9 – 11am

    Join us for a delicious ‘continental style’ breakfast and meet speaker Fiona Daborn. Tickets £3.00

    BUCKET COLLECTION ON THE TOWN BRIDGE - Saturday 19th May 2018 10 – 4pm

    This was very successful last year. We need 2 people at a time to stand for 1 or 2 hours on the Bridge with a large collecting bucket and people will come to you to donate.


    It would be really good to continue this tradition as much as we can as it is a good way of meeting the people of the parish. If you are a regular collector and happy to continue please let us know. Marcia Headon and Linda Perry

  • Tuesday 22 May, 7.00pm | Gracewell

    PCC Meeting 22 May 18

    7 pm The PCC Meeting will be held at the Gracewell Community Centre.

  • Monday 28 May, 2.30pm | Hope URC

    Women’s Fellowship Meeting - A Talk on Optical Illusions

    This afternoon’s talk is by Mr Geoff Kirby on “Optical Illusions”.

    Meetings are held on the fourth Monday each month at 2 30 pm. We are a friendly group who welcome new members so do come and join us for fellowship and interesting afternoons with time for a chat over a cup of tea.

Vicar’s letter for April 2018

“WE HAVE JUST completed the greatest celebration of the Christian year: the Feast of Easter. Now we hear the wonderful stories of how Jesus appeared to so many different people after his resurrection: proof indeed that, as he promised, he has risen from the dead. We are Easter people who share in the new life which Jesus has won for us and so we boldly say: ‘Alleluia, Christ is risen! He is risen indeed, alleluia!’.”

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