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).
May we invite you to join us in remembering His Royal Highness in prayer with these words:
Lord of Lords and King of Kings,
we give you thanks
for the life of Philip, Duke of Edinburgh .
for the grace and mercy
he received from you,
for his faithful love and support
of Her Majesty, The Queen,
and his service to this nation
at home and abroad.
Enfold him in your everlasting arms
grant him rest
and raise him up at the last
in the company of the saints in light. Amen
We remember, too, the Royal Family in their bereavement.
O God, our sovereign and shepherd,
who brought again your Son, Jesus Christ,
from the valley of death,
comfort, we pray,
The Queen and all the Royal Family
with your protecting presence.
Fill them with your Holy Spirit;
and with your heavenly peace;
and bring them at the last
to your everlasting kingdom;
through Jesus Christ, our Lord. Amen
Holy Trinity has a Prayer Board in the Lady Chapel if you would like to light a candle and / or leave a note of a personal prayer.
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.
For those of you that are staying at home, we have produced an online service here:
Communal and corporate worship is key at this critical time and measures for social distancing hand cleansing are in place.
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.