Sunday Service 1st August


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Holy Trinity Church Picnic Saturday 7th August at 4pm

It’s been a difficult period over these last 18 months for so many, we’ve perhaps it seen each other as much as we would have liked due to all the restrictions in place. A picnic is a great way to reconnect and enjoy catching up with each other. All are very welcome. Bring your own picnic and cold drinks but if you want a cuppa, hot drinks will be available. Seating will be available but you might want to bring a blanket to sit on. The picnic will be on the grassed area behind the TCC and the courtyard between the church and TCC centre.

All relevant Covid restrictions will be adhered to.

We look forward to you joining us.

Revd Lynn.


Thank you for visiting the Holy Trinity Church website! We are an LEP church consisting of Church of England and Methodist congregation. We are a group of ordinary people, whose vision is that we at Holy Trinity church is a place of ‘Welcome, Fellowship and a Community in Christ’. Please do come and join us at one of our regular services or events. If you are new to our site, we hope the information you find here will be helpful to you.

The Parish of Holy Trinity, Thorpe Hesley and Scholes, is committed to high standards in the safeguarding and care of children, young people and vulnerable adults. Our Safeguarding Officer is Mrs Jane Hore, who can be contacted on 07948382445 or by email
Our Parish Safeguarding policy
can be read in full by following this link.


As the government have now removed all legal restrictions. We as a church have had to look at how we respond and continue to keep us all safe. For the time being various restrictions will remain in place at Holy Trinity Church.

Pleases note the following:

You will not have to pre book a place for worship, however, you will still have to sign into church for track and trace purposes, the QR code will remain at the entrance and we ask that you continue to use this. Signage will remain throughout the building as will the Hand sanitiser stations. We encourage you to continue to wear masks as you move around the building, although you may remove it when seated if you feel comfortable doing so. The good news is Communal Singing will resume again. We will keep our services to a minimum and when we have Communion we will keep it is at present. We won’t resume sharing the common cup until at a later stage when we feel safe and comfortable doing so. If wardens and stewards feel social distancing cannot be maintained the narthex or balcony will be used! There will be a warden or steward in the narthex on duty to assist you if needed. And as we want to encourage and welcome the return of children to church, but to do so in a safe way, this area may be used for children. For those of you who still feel anxious about returning to church Online worship will continue.

Please do not attend church if you feel ill or have any symptoms.

We thank you in anticipation of your continued support and agreement at these continued measures.

Revd Lynn Broadhead

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