Holy Trinity Church
Parish Safeguarding Officer:
Elaine Simpson 07887 565089
Trinity Hub Office (Hall and Church)
Parish Church Hall Hire
Photographs Tina Dorner 2021
Registered Charity No. 1178091
If you feel that you are unable to make these promises, but still wish to come and say thank you for the birth of a child, you are
welcome to have a Service of Thanksgiving for the Gift of a Child.
This service provides an opportunity to formally name and give thanks and celebrate.
It is wonderful when two people love one another and feel they are confident to make a life-
commitment.The ministry team at Holy Trinity will support you as you prepare and journey towards this step.
Though there are certain legal rules and regulations, we will help you negotiate any possible difficulties.
If you have been married before, we will do all we can to help you within the boundaries set by the Church.
Visit www.yourchurchwedding.org where you will find very helpful information and lots
of answered questions about church weddings.
Holy Trinity Church will be holding a regular time for booking a Baptism or a Wedding.
This will be on the first and third Mondays of each month between 6.00pm and 7.00pm in the Church Hall.
It is a drop-
member of the clergy.
In addition, those who are getting married elsewhere but who live in this Parish will be able to arrange the dates when their
banns are to be read.
Please contact Trinity Hub: firstname.lastname@example.org
to book reading of Banns, book a wedding or baptism
Marking Anniversaries of Marriage
We are always delighted when couples who have been married for numbers of years wish to come to Holy Trinity (where they
may have been married) to celebrate particular anniversaries.
We will do everything we can to help you with a service to meet your wishes, either just for the two of you or to include your
Family and friends.
A Baptism (often known as a Christening) is a chance to welcome a new person into God’s family and the family of the church.
At Holy Trinity It is always a joy to welcome babies, children and adults for baptism and also those who wish to come to the
special baptism service. Baptisms are held on Sunday afternoons and occasionally at the 10.15 service on a Sunday morning.
Bringing a child or baby for baptism means you are prepared to promise to bring the child up in the Christian faith, or if you are
an adult, that you will be prepared to try to live a life following the Christian faith. During the service you will be asked to make some promises about this.
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