COVID-19 Notice

As you may have heard, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have issued guidance which suspends public
worship with immediate effect. We regret therefore that we are not able to hold services until further notice.

We will endeavour to post updates on our Facebook page as and when they occur.

To read the message from the Archbishops on the Coronavirus, please follow the link below:

https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/news/archbishops-call-church-england-become-radically-different-public-worship.

Service Times

1st Sunday: 10.30am Holy Communion (ML)

2nd Sunday: 8am Holy Communion (TL), 10.30am Morning Praise

3rd Sunday: 10.30am Holy Communion (ML)

4th Sunday: 8am Holy Communion (TL), 10.30am All Age worship

5th Sunday: Joint service with St Mary's, Orton Waterville

Wednesday 9.00am Morning Prayer

TL = Traditional Language

ML = Modern Language

Welcome to Holy Trinity

First time here?

What happens?

~ You will be greeted at the door and given a hymnbook and a service booklet

~ You are welcome to sit wherever you please - no seats are reserved. We have a mixture of pews and chairs, so please feel free to sit where you are most comfortable

~ There is no dress code

~ We have a collection during the service. Any money is gratefully received and contributes to the work of Holy Trinity, although if you feel you would rather not give, then simply pass the collection plate on to the next person

~ Our main 10.30am service usually lasts around an hour, after which you are welcome to stay for refreshments and a chat

​​Accessibility/facilities:

~ Wheelchair access via a level gravel path (if arriving from The Village at the front of the building) or via a paved, sloped path (leading from the Hotel behind the church)

~ Hearing loop

~ Space for wheelchairs

~ Toilets (wheelchair accessible) opposite the main entrance

~ Parking is behind the church, in the Orton Hall Hotel "Tennis Court" car park

Children and families:

~ You are welcome to use the play area, just to the right of the doors as you enter the church

~ We have a selection of books and toys, and there are crayons and paper for drawing. For babies, we have drawstring bags containing soft toys

​~ There is a toilet and baby-changing station through the door opposite to the entrance

 

Safeguarding

At Holy Trinity we adhere​ to the House of Bishops safeguarding policy and practice guidelines. Our safeguarding policy statement for children, young people and adults can be found here: Promoting A Safer Church.

Should you have any concerns of a safeguarding nature,
please contact:

  • ​Parish Safeguarding Officer: Ruth Arrand, 07817 256611

  • Priest-in-Charge: Rev Imogen Falvey, 01733 230896

  • Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor:​ 01353 652747

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