Come along to our traditional service, with worship led by our choir, or join us for a relaxed contemporary
Why not come along to one of our many social
are lots of things to do for people of every age
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There are numerous Christmas services over the festive period that you are all welcome to attend. Please see here for full details.
If you would like to know more about confirmation then please read here
you attend Holy Trinity and need a reference for a school place at
Meanwood, Abbey Grange, or any other school, please download the reference request form
and take it to Chris at any service. Do please deliver it
personally rather then posting or emailling. Thank you
Appeal for Donations
The church council, the PCC, would like everyone to consider whether
they would like make a donation towards any of the recent and upcoming
costs of maintaining the church building. All donations to cover any
small part of these costs would be much appreciated. For more
information please visit the giving page. Many thanks.
Foundation Govenors at Meanwood School
School Foundation Governors are needed for Meanwood School. This
may especially appeal to someone with children in the school.
Foundation Governors are appointed by the Diocesan Board of Education
after recommendation by the Parochial Church Council (PCC). If
you are a regular member of Holy Trinity and are interested in finding
out more, please pick up a leaflet from the back of church, email Chris or click here for more information.
Replacement Trees for the ChurchyardSadly two trees have had to be cut down in the churchyard and we are obliged to replace these trees. Would anyone like to donate a tree? Unfortunately
the current churchyard regulations don't allow the placing of plaques
on trees, or the interment of cremated remains underneath
them. If you're interested in donating a tree please speak to Christina
or Chris for further information.
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.
Unfortunately the 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