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The Diocese of Salisbury has been declared the first Eco Diocese. In a first for the Church of England, the Diocese of Salisbury has been granted Eco Diocese Status.

Andy Atkins, CEO of A Rocha UK the Christian based environmental charity which runs the green award scheme said: “Salisbury is the first diocese to be awarded Eco Diocese status and it's our very great pleasure to do so. When we launched Eco Church in 2016 we had high hopes and expectations. To have got this far so quickly is humbling, exciting and such a huge encouragement that so many churches in a diocese are working together to care for God's earth should be an encouragement to us all.”

The Bishop of Salisbury, Rt Revd Nicholas Holtam said:
“I am delighted and very encouraged that the Diocese of Salisbury is the first to win this award. As the lead bishop on the environment for the Church of England I am delighted my own diocese is first and I also hope that others will be close behind us.
“Our target to become an Eco Diocese was to have 50 churches registered and now have 70 with Bronze, Silver and Gold awards. And we have more churches still working towards getting their own award.
“It shows that as a Diocese we recognise that the care for God’s creation is at the heart of ministry and mission. The recent IPCC report on climate change and the WWF report on the destruction of biodiversity means the care of God’s earth is urgent. I hope that becoming an Eco Diocese will encourage us to do more and better.”
The Award looks at a Diocese or Parish’s green ‘credentials’ in five areas: Worship and Teaching; Buildings; Land; Community Engagement and Lifestyle.
The quest for Eco Diocese status was helped by some good news early in the process, with Hilfield Friary near Dorchester gaining the first Gold award in the country.

Ed note:  (Holy Trinity parishioners will recall that we spent the day there recently as part of our quest to determine the way forward for our church).

6 November 2018


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  • 23 October 2018

    New Musical Director

    On Sunday 21st October 2018 it was announced that Alistair Dean is to take up the post of Musical Director at Holy Trinity church. Alistair was born and brought up in Weymouth and has a wealth of experience in music of all kinds.

    Our photo below shows the vicar, Canon Andrew, welcoming Alastair on the steps of Holy Trinity Church


  • 6 November 2018


    It is good to see some new members in the church choir. If anyone would like to join with a busy year of singing planned then please come along and speak to Alistair Dean our Musical Director or the vicar or contact the vicar’s office 01305 760354. All ages welcome with bursaries available for up to 6 young people. WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU


  • 6 November 2018


    The Bishop of Sherborne will be coming to Holy Trinity church to administer the sacrament of Confirmation on Sunday 19th May 2019. We have some candidates already. Anyone who would like to be confirmed please speak to Canon Andrew. Vicar’s Office 01305 760354 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


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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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