Worship at Holy Trinity

Worship at Holy Trinity

To view our Lent, Holy Week and Easter services please click HERE or on the drop down menu.

To watch our services online and to view our orders of service, please visit the Online Worship page on the drop down menu or click HERE.

Pattern of worship

We have a varied pattern of worship throughout the month with a mixture of tradition and contemporary services, with elements of both catholic and evangelical spirituality. Please come along and join us – it will be great to see you! 

  • 1st Sunday 10.30am – Holy Communion (with Trinity Kids)
  • 1st Sunday 6pm – BCP Evensong
  • 2nd Sunday 10.30am – Second Sunday Praise (all-age worship)
  • 2nd Sunday 6pm – BCP Holy Communion
  • 3rd Sunday 10.30am – Holy Communion
  • 3rd Sunday 6pm – BCP Evensong
  • 4th Thursday 7.30pm – Compline (Night Prayer)
  • 4th Sunday 10.30am – Fourth Sunday Family Communion
  • 4th Sunday 6pm – Celtic Worship OR BCP Evensong
  • 5th Sunday 10.30am – Holy Communion
  • 5th Sunday 6pm – Team service OR BCP Evening Prayer

Morning and Evening Prayer – Monday, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8am and 5.30pm respectively. You are welcome to join in person or watch on our Facebook page. In school holidays this may change as Rev Joe might be on holiday! Please keep an eye on our Facebook page to be updated. If you would ever like to undertake your own Daily Office click HERE or download the Church of England Daily Prayer app for Apple and Android phones.

Church etiquette (April update):

We hope that you find these actions mindful of our present situation, respectful in our duty of care and also hopeful in our new freedoms:

Social distancing, etc.

  • To promote a greater sense of personal responsibility and awareness.
  • Top windows to be opened and church doors open during services to aid ventilation.

Masks and cleaning

  • To promote a greater sense of personal responsibility and awareness.
  • The PCC encourage the wearing of face-coverings during services.
  • To ensure face coverings are available to those without one and wish to wear one.
  • Hand sanitiser available at the back of church or in the porch on Sundays.


  • Communal singing allowed.
  • Face coverings ideally to be worn while singing.


  • Sharing of the Peace as people feel comfortable – many are still ‘non-contact’ sharing.
  • Continue to receive Holy Communion in the standing manner.
  • Priest masked for distribution.
  • The common cup (the wine) is now available to those who wish to receive.

These actions were deemed most prudent, while also not simply removing the risk mitigating factors that we have in place. There is a greater emphasis on personal responsibility and sensitive awareness of others. For the love of your neighbour and duty of care for all as Christians, please follow these guidelines.