The Holy Trinity Blog
‘BE TRUE TO YOURSELF’ We are all very much influenced by what others say about us. Naturally we all like to be well thought of by others. But we are being cautioned about making popularity the goal of our lives. At the end of the day we should be ourselves and not what others want us to be. Importantly we should be what God has called us to be his children – just as we are.Read More
Saturday 20th November in HOLY TRINITY CHURCH 2.30pm
This FREE event is offered courtesy of Holy Trinity church Weymouth.
‘Dan in the Den’ is a fun, lively production suitable for families. The show retells the story of Daniel in the lion’s den, exploring what it means to trust in God. The oddments theatre company are a group of young people who love preforming.
This is event is for children and parents. Booking is by obtaining a free ticket only. These will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. To book your ticket call the Parish Office 01305 760354. Do not leave messages but please keep calling until you speak to someone who can take your call. BLOCK BOOKINGS from local schools and young groups may be accepted.Read More
The Gospel in our Eucharist today tells us two stories of healing.In the healing miracles of the blind girl and deaf man we realise that healing for us is also about wholeness aswell as physical healing. We consider how we are often blind and deaf to the world because we only want to hear and see what suits us. Sadly the world needs us to look behond this to what unites us all as one people seeking love, forgiveness and reconciliationRead More
For some people life at times is so full of failure and disappointment that they just do not want to live anymore. It is comforting to know that even the saints knew such moments. In out first reading at this Eucharist today we see the great prophet Elijah experiencing such a moment. But God sends him help and he is able to continue. Sometimes God sends us ministering angels when we are down and feeling low to lift us up again. It is often in those small acts, insignificant in themselves that we find the love and hope to carry on.Read More
On Saturday 31st July Carole Didcock and Connor Hansford were Confirmed by the Bishop of Sherborne in St Peters church, Portesham. The following day at Holy Trinity church the new members of the church received Holy Communion for the first time.
Carol Didcock is a server at the altar and cross bearer at Holy Trinity and Connor Hansford is employed as the new church youth worker. After the Parish Eucharist on Sunday 1st August the church hosted a celebration with Confirmation cake and wine.Read More