Holy Trinity Church – Southport
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Trinity is a place of worship, meeting and quietness in a distracted world.
Its people are seeking to grow together in the love of God revealed in Jesus Christ and are working to extend his kingdom of justice and peace.
You are welcome to join in our fellowship and service of others.
Holy Trinity Church
Revd Canon Dr. Rod Garner
Holy Trinity Vicarage
24 Roe Lane
Tel/Fax: (01704) 538560
8.30am Holy Communion
10.15am Parish Communion (First Sundays in month are usually a Family Communion with children taking part)
10.15am Sunday Club
(For 3 year olds upwards – on all except first Sundays and school holidays)
6.30pm Evening Worship
(e.g for Saints Days): as announced
Practising members of other Christian denominations are invited to receive Holy Communion.
If you are not confirmed but would like to receive a blessing please come forward with other communicants and place your hands below the altar rail.
We hope you will join us for refreshments in the Parish Centre after the Service
Encouraging things are happening at Holy Trinity!
- We have a growing congregation giving generously to the needs of the Church and the wider world.
- We have a distinct form of worship and the strong musical tradition that attracts members from the parish and well beyond.
- To help us be more effective, we are training more people to be involved in the life of the Church and in service to the community.
- We work with Christians of other denominations and would like others to know more about the faith we share here.
- Children and young people make our regular Family Communion Service a lively and enjoyable occasion.
Please join us
We belong to Trinity because it brings strength and a deeper meaning to our lives.
Christianity is about a new beginning whatever our circumstances and hope for the future however young or old we are. If you want to know more, come along to one of our services: we shall be delighted to see you.
- Churches grow when people discover them, find something important to them in them, and stay with them.
- Churches grow when their members live out, in their lives with other people, what they have found in the Christian Gospel.
- Churches grow when they are inviting and welcoming places, in which worship has some sparkle and maybe some holiness to it, and in which you find a lively concern to explore faith and link it to our lives and our world.
What else is going on? Quite a lot actually
- We have finished the restoration of the church building to make it safe and usable for the next generation.
- The social calendar has events throughout the year and our Parish Centre hosts many activities.
- Strong links have been formed with several agencies in the community including Southport College, YMCA, CVS, NHS and Light for Life.
Advent Sunday 3rd 6.00 pm Service of readings, hymns & carols beginning with a candlelight procession.
Friday 8th 1 to 1.45 pm Organ Recital: Robert Woods, St Faith’s Crosby
Saturday 9th 10.30 am Carol singing outside Sainsbury’s, Lord Street.
7.30 pm Southport Bach Choir Concert with
Stannfield School Choir – ‘Joy to the world!’
Monday 11th 7.30 pm Carols & Mince Pies: with audience
participation in the Parish Centre with the Church Choir.
Saturday 16th 9 to 11 am Café Church Breakfast with Santa: in the Parish Centre
Sunday 17th 10.15 am Parish Communion Sunday Club Christmas Play
6.00 pm Service of Lessons & Carols
Wednesday 20th 9.15 am Trinity School Carol Service
Friday 22nd Southport Christmas Shelter opens from lunchtime
until 26th at Alchemy, Mornington Road
Christmas Eve Sunday 24th
6.00 pm Christingle Service for all ages
11.30 pm First Communion of Christmas
Christmas Day Monday 25th
10.30 am Family Communion Service
All are welcome: please join us.
We wish you a happy & peaceful Christmas
Flowers at Holy Trinity
Flowers around the alter for Harvest Festival, October 2017 raised funds for Water Aid
Flowers at Holly Trinity
At Holy Trinity we pride ourselves in having floral arrangements throughout the year, apart from during the seasons of Advent and Lent, to enhance the beauty of our church.
Members of the congregation are invited to make a donation , perhaps in memory of a loved one or to celebrate a special birthday or anniversary, for example with their money going towards the cost of the flowers.
The flower team comprises a group of volunteers who enjoy having the opportunity to create large and small-scale arrangements. Should you be reading this and thinking you would like to join the team but feel you may not have the necessary experience, please rest assured that we are all self-taught and that
you would not be expected to tackle a pedestal arrangement until you felt ready to do so. We normally
work in pairs either on a Friday or Saturday morning, coming together for the big festivals such as
Christmas, Easter, Trinity Sunday and Harvest.
Three members of the team belong to the Church of England Flower Arrangers’ Association and are, therefore, able to help with flower arranging at the Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool. Duties there give us the opportunity to arrange flowers for weekly services, weddings, special events & services and flower
Should you like more information, please do not hesitate to contact Jane Roberts who will be pleased to answer any questions you may have.