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Easter Service


Canon Andrew Gough celebrates the first Eucharist of Easter on behalf of his congregation at Holy Trinity, Weymouth and all those viewing.  During the service a candle is lit symbolising the light of the resurrected Christ.  Everyone is invited to join in the renewal of baptismal promises and receive spiritual communion which Fr Andrew will …

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Good Friday Liturgy 10.4.20

Canon Andrew Gough encourages people to join him in the drama of the Good Friday liturgy. By scripture, veneration of the cross , prayers, music and spiritual communion we are all able to share in this great act of love.

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Maundy Thursday 9.4.20

Canon Andrew Gough presides at the Eucharist of the Last Supper. This powerful liturgy as described in the Gospel recalls the tensions at the table, the feet washing and the watch in the garden of Gethsemane.

Holy Wednesday 8.4.20

Canon Andrew Gough from Holy Trinity church, Weymouth continues to journey through the Gospel of Matthew Jesus’ last few days. In today’s Gospel Judas betrays Jesus with a kiss and Canon Andrew explores the impact betrayal has on our lives.

Holy Tuesday 7.4.20

Canon Andrew Gough encourages his congregation, friends and all viewers to continue to share with him the journey to the cross. Through the Gospel reading, music and prayers we continue to unravel the complexities of this significant week for all Christians and to ask questions about our own lives.

Palm Sunday Eucharist 2020

The Palm Sunday Eucharist begins Holy Week and the Passion of Jesus Christ. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic there is no usual service with blessing and distribution of palms or procession. Canon Andrew Gough celebrates the Holy Eucharist for Palm Sunday at the vicarage and on behalf of his congregation at Holy Trinity and all …

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Vicar says – ‘It’s good to talk’

Canon Andrew Gough explains that doing things differntly as a church during the cornovirus pandemic is necessary but its is good to stay in touch by telephone as people love to talk.

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