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‘More tea vicar’ 17/9/20

17th Sep '20

More news from the national and local church at Holy Trinity, Weymouth Today we share in the history and memories of St Nicholas, Buxton Road and celebrate the 400th anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower and lots more!

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The Sunday connection Eucharist 13th September

13th Sep '20

The theme for our Eucharist today is forgiveness. Jesus makes it clear that if we want God to forgive us, we must forgive others. We all know how hard it is to forgive. At the same time we know how lovely it is to be forgiven.

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‘More tea vicar’ 10th September

10th Sep '20

This weeks news, interviews, and meet the dog! Followed by a short meditation, vicar’s ramblings and watching the cruise ships in Weymouth bay

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Revd Canon Andrew Gough (Vicar)

The Sunday connection TRINITY 13; 6/9/20

6th Sep '20

The Gospel at our Eucharist today raises a very practical issue: how to act when someone treats us badly. The gospel also gives us a way of tackling the problem.

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ANNUAL PARISH CHURCH MEETING (Holy Trinity church)

3rd Sep '20

The Annual Parochial Church Meeting this year has been delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It will now be held on Sunday 18th October in Church following the 10.30am Parish Eucharist (11.30am) in the church. Elections will take place for Churchwardens at the Annual Vestry meeting followed by the APCM...

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‘More tea vicar’ (3/9/20)

3rd Sep '20

Sharing the latest Church news enjoying the music and keeping in touch with our church family at Holy Trinity church, Weymouth. Knowing that God is great and loves us as we are.

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FREE SEPTEMBER LUNCHTIME CONCERTS 2020

2nd Sep '20

1pm – 2pm at Holy Trinity church. Thursday 17th September featuring FAVOURITE PIECES FOR ORGAN & VOICE Thursday 24th September: THE BEST OF BRITISH Booking your free seat: Email:

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The Sunday connection Trinity 12 30/8/20

30th Aug '20

In our gospel for the Eucharist today Peter gladly received the revelation of Jesus as Messiah and Son of God. But he rejected out of hand the revelation of a suffering Messiah. In this he represents the typical Christian, caught between faith and doubt, for whom the cross is a...

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SALISBURY CATHEDRAL RECOVERY APPEAL

27th Aug '20

The Dean of Salsibury cathedral has launched an appeal because of a perceived financial deficit of £2.2m in income for 2020. All churchwardens throughout the Diocese have been asked if they would inform congregations of the appeal. If you would like to donate go to ttps://www.salisburycathedral.org.uk/support-us-donate/salisbury-cathedral-recovery-appeal As from Tuesday 1st...

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Vicars letter August/September 2020

27th Aug '20

Hope is one of those gifts from God that comes to us at the most difficult of times. Hope is a word that I am sure many of us have often used lightly in the past. “I hope the weather will be good tomorrow” But, as we know, hope is...

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