Holy Trinity - Parish Church

Service Times

Worship every Sunday at 11:00.

Holy Communion at 09:30 every Sunday and at 10:00 every Wednesday.

Service of Healing first Sunday of the month.



Everyone is welcome at Holy Trinity.  Here, you'll find an inclusive and relaxed atmosphere, support, comfort and friendship.

Discipleship Groups: A  fortnightly gathering of friends and soon-to-be-friends to study and discuss the Bible, pray together, support and encourage one another in our lives as Christians, and basically enjoy one-another's company. And, specifically for young adults, a special group called Essence.


The Midweek Fellowship Morning: Every Wednesday, following communion, some members of the Holy Trinity family gather for a couple of hours to share a cup of tea, study the bible and have lunch together. Although this group is particularly popular with retirees, it also attracts some of our young mums and others.


Men's Fellowship: An informal group that regularly brings the men of the church and the wider community together to share fellowship with one another. At each meeting, we usually invite a speaker to discuss a specific topic with us and share their experience. Our Men's Fellowship meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7.30 - 9.00 pm in the church lounge.

Canal Boat Trip

The Bellringers: The bellringers are an active part of the church community.  We ring the bells for Sunday services, weddings and special events. We regularly host visiting ringers from other churches and welcome new members.  There is a regular practice session on Thursday evenings, 19:15-20:45.

Check us out at:  www.idleringers.org.uk


Mother's Union:  The slogan of the Mother's Union is 'Christian care for families', and the Holy Trinity chapter is a large, thriving group of women committed to exactly that priority.  They regularly have guest speakers who talk on an enormous range of topics, and the group enjoys periodical outings to places of interest.  Meetings are held on the 1st Thursday of each month.

For more information about the Mother's Union, see: www.themothersunion.org

MU Day Out