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Holy Week

Services for HOLY WEEK

6th Apr '23


1900 / 7.00pm

The Liturgy of Maundy Thursday: Sung Eucharist, Washing of the Feet, Stripping of the Sanctuary and Vigil (1-1.5 hours)


1040 / 10.40 am

Parish Walk of Witness, meet at the car park by the steps to Nothe Fort where one part of the procession will begin.  It will continue to the steps of Holy Trinity Church where prayers will be said.  Then over the bridge to St Marys.  The procession will then continue via the town centre to the square outside The Range, where we will join up with the two other town processions.  A short service will be held with Hot Cross Buns served afterwards.

1400 / 2.00 pm in The Crypt; access via trinity passage below these main steps

The Liturgy of Good Friday: Spoken and Silent Reflection (1 hour)

EASTER DAY 9th April

0800 / 8.00 am        Said Eucharist (45 minutes)

1000 / 10.00 am        Sung Eucharist (High Mass – 1 hour)


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Palm Sunday at Holy Trinity

4th Apr '23

We had a wonderful family service at Holy Trinity Church on Palm Sunday.  The service was led by Connor Hansford,  Holy Trinity’s Youth Worker, and Trudi Shaw,  Church Warden and included a play presented by a group of young people.  The high point of the service was the arrival of two donkeys, Annie and Dainty, who led the procession, recalling the procession of Jesus into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday.  Connor works closely with the pupils of Holy Trinity Primary School and will be starting a Wayfarers meeting on Sundays starting on 16th April. For more information please see events

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Bovington Military Wives Choir

Bovington Military Wives Choir and Holy Trinity Primary School Choir 28th April 2023

21st Mar '23

Bovington Military Wives Choir and joining Holy Trinity Primary School Choir to give us an evening of song on 28th April 2023. The concert will be a wonderful medley of songs from the shows and easy listening music. The concert will start at 7.00 pm. There will be an interval with light refreshments and a raffle. Proceeds will go to church funds. Tickets are available via the Holy Trinity Website. Select this concert from the Events Page.

Bovington Military Wives Choir

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Bishop of Salisbury Comes to Holy Trinity

10th Feb '23
The Bishop of Salisbury

The Bishop of Salisbury the Rt Revd Stephen Lake visited Holy Trinity on Sunday 19th February to officiate at our 1000 full Sung Eucharist. This was a great honour for us. It also marked the re-opening of the main entrance to church since the building works have been completed. It was a most joyous occasion. The Bishop and his wife Carol were very down to earth and joined us for refreshments after the service.  Watch this space for more photographs.

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27th Oct '21

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH CONTINUES TO SUPPORT CHAPELHAY PLAYGARDEN AND RESIDENTS. Last Sunday afternoon in the rain several children and families turned up at the annual Apple Day celebrations on the Chapelhay play garden. This event started in the UK in 1990 and is linked into the season of Autumn. During the event Holy Trinity’s Youth Worker Connor Hansford handed over a cheque for £400 on behalf of the church in support of the community playgarden and residents. Cllr Clair Sutton is pictured receiving the cheque from Connor.

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New Church members Confirmed by Bishop

2nd Aug '21

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.

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Holy Trinity makes a donation to Westhaven Hospital Weymouth

16th Jun '21

Holy Trinity church in Weymouth has recently donated £500 towards the proposed new palliative care room at Westhaven hospital.A cheque was presented to the Friends of Weymouth & Portland hospitals and on behalf of the church by the vicar of Holy Trinity Canon Andrew Gough. Father Andrew said, ‘Part of being a Christian in any community is about giving something back and we are glad to support our local hospital’ He also praised the hard work of the league of friends and all the dedicated staff at Westhaven hospital.

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