We are an open inclusive liberal catholic Christian community, rooted in the wisdom and mystical tradition of our faith. We especially value the contribution choral music and thoughtful preaching makes to our worship.
Coronavirus : The church is open for private prayer, Monday to Saturday, 10 AM until 2 PM.
In order to stay safe please note that it is standing only and please do not touch any surfaces.
We are back in church for 9.30 AM Sunday services and for 9.30 AM Thursday Morning Prayer.
We follow the national guidelines - including NHS Test and Trace and safe distancing.
Please come and join us.
Join us from home at 06:30pm (or whenever is most convenient) in saying this simple service of Night Prayer (Compline).
In addition to the above Christmas services we are having the following services:
Every Sunday at 9.30 am culminating with our Epiphany Carols service on January 24th at 9.30 am.
For those of you that are staying at home, we have produced a Christmas online service of Carols and a Reflection here:
Just a reminder that at Holy Trinity we are worshipping live every Sunday at 9.30 am with sermons, hymns and choral music at our Holy Communion Service.
Communal and corporate worship is key at this critical time and measures for social distancing hand cleansing are in place.
Whilst many churches have moved on line or reduced worship dramatically, here at Holy Trinity we are back in full swing.
However I do understand that some, who have yet to be vaccinated, will want to stay at home.
Seasonal online services are reflections are available by clicking on to this link here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTFdvLMHEjq2-k6irQK82bA/videos
There are also plenty of other online service provision available from the BBC and other main Churches and indeed from our Diocese by subscribing to "The Digest".
Please email email@example.com to subscribe.
For children’s materials please ask Sarah Cabella if you can subscribe by emailing her at at Sarah.Cabella@rochester.anglican.org
Here at Holy Trinity we are doing everything to keep worship as normal and as uplifting as possible, both in church and on line.
Do put in your diary our Epiphany Carols Service which takes place at 9.30 am on Sunday January 24th, and for those of you that are still at home, a seasonal reflection and a video recording of the carols will be put up online afterwards.