The Holy Trinity News

DAN IN THE DEN Free Event for all the family

8th Sep '21

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.

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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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14th Jun '21

12.30pm – 1.15pm

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18th Mar '21

James Thomas and his wife Lizzie Peacock are professionals in music. They come with many years of experience in teaching singing and making it all fun – especially for young people.

The BRAND NEW TRINITY YOUTH CHOIR is about making singing part of growing up.  We truly believe that singing improves mental health and well-being, creates friendships that otherwise wouldn’t be there, and opportunities to perform and feel really good about themselves.

EVERYBODY WELCOME and all the teaching, singing and having fun is COMPLETELY FREE

If your interested get in touch with James and Lizzie

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Remembrance Sunday 2020

7th Nov '20

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 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.


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Lunchtime concert GLORIES OF THE BAROQUE

11th Oct '20

Join us at Holy Trinity church, Weymouth. On Wednesday 28th October from 1pm – 2pm for a concert featuring James Lloyd Thomas (Director of Music at Holy Trinity) and Lizzie Peacock. Share in the glories of an hour filled with baroque music. Free entry with donations. More information email: There is a QR app to book in for track and trace or you will be asked for your name and contact details. People will be asked to distance, santatise thier hands and wear masks inside the church.

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2nd Oct '20

Join us THIS SUNDAY Sunday 4th October for our Harvest thanksgiving services. Our harvest this year encourages us to say THANK YOU for God’s creation and to treat wisely our planet.

Holy Trinity church is a Covid free sacred space with all the necessary risk assessments in place. If you have the NHS track and trace app on your cell phones the church has QR codes inside the main church door. Please santise your hands and wear face masks. To book for our services call: 07396627753

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Holy Trinity church makes donation to Chapelhay Playgarden

1st Oct '20

Holy Trinity Church has agreed a donation of £300 to help Chapelhay Community Playgarden Association continue to provide activities and events in the playground at the heart of Chapelhay.

Following a lengthy closure, Aster Housing reopened the playground on 31st July and the Playgarden Association held a Covid-secure ‘come back’ event with the help of Dorset Council in August. Since then however, the infection rate has soared nationally, regulations have tightened, and the group has had to cancel its October Apple Day.

Chair of the Playgarden Clare Sutton said “These are extraordinarily difficult and fast-moving times for everyone but the reopening of the playground was in my view long overdue. Kids have to play somewhere. Over the past 16 years we’ve done our best to offer something extra, arts and crafts, games, food activities, but of course it is so difficult now.

“We are incredibly grateful to Holy Trinity Church for this donation. It means we can purchase equipment such as hoops and goalposts which will help us to ‘future proof’ further activities. We’ll also get some more litter pickers as the kids love those, and renew our Public Liability Insurance when we are confident of being able to organise our next activity. The support and patience of Holy Trinity at this difficult time helps us to remain positive.”

Vicar of Holy Trinity Canon Andrew Gough said, “We work closely with the local community and continue to support this group in particular because what they do is so important to local children and families. None of us know what the next few months will bring, but we want to ensure that they are able to bounce back when the time comes”.   

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