On Sunday the 8th November the nation commerates the contribution of British and Commonwealth military and civilian servicemen and women in the two world wars and later conflicts. This year because of the Covid pandemic people are being asked to stay at home instead of attending large commeration events in towns and cities. People are being asked to stay at home and stand on thier doorsteps at 11am as a mark of remembrance.
There is no service at Holy Trinity. However, there will be a Requiem Eucharist followed by an ACT OF REMEMBRANCE at the church war memorial ALL ON LINE.
This service can be found and viewed on the church website www.holytrinityweymouth.org or can be watched via our Youtube and Facebook channels.
For the Fallen, Laurence Binyon
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them.
Everyone having a good time during our recent 1940s Tea Party on the 21st June 2019. They was a great patriotic atmosphere as well as the odd Union flag on display. A massive thanks goes to our Musical Director Alistair Dean, the performers and all who helped with the event.Read More
There is no better way to start Christmas off than by joining the choir at Weymouth’s ‘cathedral’ – Holy Trinity church on Sunday 16th December 6.30pm with a service of NINE LESSONS & CAROLS.
Under the direction of the church’s new musical Director Alistair Dean there will some new surprises and new musical arrangements written by Mr Dean. The service will also include items from the ‘Deans Academy’.
Alistair is pleased to announce that all the music planned at Holy Trinity church at the 11.30pm Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve and the 10am Service on Christmas Day will bring the spirit of Christmas to all who worship with us.
Details of concerts and services can be found on the church website here: Services & EventsRead More
Some members of the 8 o’clock congregation at Holy Trinity, Weymouth gathered recently for a Christmas lunch at Vaughan’s restaurant in Weymouth.A delicious three course meal was served and people had an occasional glass of wine! Well we are the Church of England!
Sincere thanks were extended to Cybil Jones for organising it and little gifts were presented to key members of the 8am Sunday Eucharist crew who ‘keep the show on the road’ each week.
A group of our Sunday school children at Holy Trinity church on the last Sunday of November’s STIR UP SUNDAY. This is traditionally a day when Christmas cakes and puddings are made. The children were stirring up a big cake to be cooked and distributed to the community over Christmas.