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Services and events
All services occur in the Church and all other events occur in the Parish Hall, unless stated otherwise.

Thursday 27 June

1:15–2:45 pm: Stay and Play in the Main Hall.

Fun, games, activities and companionship for everyone with small children.

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Sunday 30 June

9:30 am: service for the Second Sunday after Trinity. 

All are welcome.

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Tuesday 2 July

10:00 am: Mid-week Eucharist.

A simple said Eucharist (Common Worship).

Wednesday 3 July

9:00 am: Scripture breakfast in the Parish Room.

We start with a short passage of scripture for intelligent discussion, then prayers. We conclude with a good cooked breakfast.

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Sunday 7 July

3:30 pm: Concert to celebrate the life of Costella Marshall: a delight of world-class music from the Marshall Family.

We meet in St Mark’s Church, Glodwick (OL4 1AW).

Tickets cost £10 each.

For further details, please phone (0161) 620 3027.

Sunday 6 October

9:30 am: Harvest Festival in the Church.

We conclude with a good meal together.

All are welcome.

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Sunday 3 November

4:00 pm: Commemoration of the Faithful Departed (commonly known as ‘All Soul’s Day’) in our sister Church of Holy Trinity Waterhead (OL4 2JQ).

All are welcome.

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Tuesday 24 December

4:00 pm: Christingle service

A service of magic and candlelight, soft voices and the anticipation of a joy-filled Christmas.

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Tuesday 24 December

11:30 pm: Midnight Mass

It feels like the world has stopped. There is no sound but the expectancy of waiting for Christmas. And we assemble in the hushed beauty of Holy Trinity Church, awaiting the birth of our Lord and Saviour in a manger.

Midnight Mass is a traditional service of great joy and wonder.

 

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Page posted 26 June 2019