To arrange a funeral you should first
contact a Funeral
Director. They will explain everything to you,
listen to your wishes and make the necessary arrangements.
If the person you have lost was living
in Meanwood, or there is a close association with Holy Trinity, then it
will usually be possible for the funeral service to take place at Holy
Trinity church. However, the graveyard is full and no further
burials can take place here. The only exception being where
there is space in an existing family grave.
For further information, or if
we can be of help to you in your time of loss, contact the Vicar
four months we hold a Memorial Service at Holy Trinity to enable those
people who wish to remember family and friends who have died to do so.
The service, which lasts about 40 mintues, is for everyone who wishes
to remember a loved one
no matter where, or when, the funeral service took place. There will be
an opportunity to
light a candle in memory of those people who have died.
In 2013, Memorial Services will be held on the following dates
Please contact Fran Needham
for further details, or if you wish to have a family member or friend
remembered at the service. Everyone is welcome to this service.
A New Rose Garden
The rose garden is to the right of the steps as you face
the church, and is the place where we inter cremated remains.
current rose garden is full and now closed to further
interments, so we need to find a new site. The Parochial Church Council's (PCC's) preferred location is adjacent to the present rose garden, to
the left of the steps as you face the church. We propose a second rose garden, very similar the
Do you know of any reason why this would not be acceptable or
appropriate? If so, please contact Rev Chris Orme or any member of the PCC. If no objections are received, we will apply for a faculty.
The PCC; March 2013