Revd Canon Andrew Gough (Vicar)
Revd Canon Andrew Gough (Vicar)
Revd Ruth Milverton (Associate Priest)
Revd Ruth Milverton (Associate Priest)

We aim to keep Holy Trinity open as much as possible during the week for prayer and reflection.

Everyone is invited to join us for our services of worship. All communicants of any Christian church are welcome to receive Holy Communion here. Otherwise, please come to the altar to receive God’s blessing, keeping your head bowed.

Regular Sunday Services

Regular services at Holy Trinity are as follows. Visitors are very warmly welcome to any services taking place at the church.

  • 8.00am - Said Eucharist
  • 10.00am - Sung Parish Eucharist
  • 6.00pm - Choral Evensong on Fifth Sunday only from Easter Day to Harvest 2020

The Blessed Sacrament is reserved in the Church for the sick and housebound.

The Sacrament of Reconciliation or Confession can be administered by contacting the parish clergy via the Office 01305 760354

GRACEWELL – Wednesday’s at 10 (Bridging the Gap)


When Holy Trinity Church Council decided to close St Nicholas church back in March 2018 it was very conscious that there would be no physical Church of England presence in terms of a building to meet in at the far end of the church parish.

Our Vicar, Canon Andrew Gough, decided that he would approach the management of Gracewell to see if it were possible to use its facilities.

Gracewell is an exceptional care home within the parish of Holy Trinity which provides quality nursing, residential and dementia care. It is equipped with facilities to cater for many needs with plenty of activities and outside involvement.

A big part of the Gracewell community ethos is to welcome others in.

Needless to say Holy Trinity church was welcomed to use the facilities for a regular meeting place. Each Wednesday parishioners and Gracewell residents meet in the cinema at 10am for a short Holy Communion service. Everyone is welcome to join us. It is proving a popular venue and often the cinema is full for worship.

Following the service members join together in the comfortable surroundings of the Café/Bistro for refreshments and an opportunity to chat informally together.

Recently we have been invited to use Gracewell for study groups and PCC meetings.

In addition to the above, services are held on principal Saint's days and other occasions in the church calendar. Please see the church noticeboards events page or our weekly pew sheet for the latest information.

We also publish a monthly church magazine ‘Trinity Voice’ which contains lots of useful information.

Please note that incense may be used at some Sunday services.

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