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Prayers of Living in Love and Faith

Following a recent PCC Meeting in January 2024 it was agreed unanimously that we as an all Inclusive Church would offer this special ministry to couples. Living in Love and Faith Pastoral Guidance Below are the pastoral notes, issued by the C of E, regarding the new prayers of love and faith for same sex […]

Holy Trinity Chapel at Salisbury Cathedral

Our name sake chapel within Salisbury Cathedral is beautiful. It is home to the Prisoners of Conscience window. This article is taken from the New York Times when the windows were installed back in 1980. The five arched windows pull at your eyes the instant you walk into Salisbury Cathedral, for the intense cobalt blue

Advent Service

All our Christmas services in one place! Come along to your local warm, friendly and inclusive church.

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Holy Trinity with St Nicholas Sign Up to be an Inclusive Church We have joined the Inclusive Church Network as we agree and follow their ethos. Inclusive Church Mission Statement “We believe in inclusive church – a church which celebrates and affirms every person and does not discriminate. We will continue to challenge the church

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Representatives from the entire Weymouth community joined together to welcome Reverend Juliet Stephenson to her new role as Priest-in-Charge and Community Missioner for Holy Trinity with St Nicholas Church, Weymouth on Thursday 28th September.  Rev Juliet received her licence from Bishop Karen of Sherborne and was installed by the Archdeacon of Sherborne,  Penny Sayer in

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The Churchwardens and PCC would like to make the following announcement The Bishop of Sherborne and the Bishop of Salisbury, as Patron, are delighted to announce the appointment of the Revd Canon Juliet Stephenson, as the Priest in Charge of Holy Trinity and Community Missioner,’   She was ordained in 2005 and has ministered in a

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,

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.

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