The SIX30 service at Holy Trinity Church gives us the opportunity for a more flexible, informal style of worship whilst retaining the key focus on Worship and the Word. The aim is to provide a service which is appropriate for all ages from mid-teens upwards and which encourages a deeper engagement with God and spiritual growth.welcome-web

Holy Communion is celebrated monthly, usually on the third Sunday.

We encourage our congregation to stay at the end of the service and enjoy each other’s company and some very tasty refreshments in the after-church SIX30 CAFÉ. Special events, such as (light-hearted) competitions, are organised from time to time.

A weekly email is issued to congregation members. This includes a brief summary of the previous Sunday’s sermon, plus information about forthcoming events. You can read it at the foot of this page.


We’ve just finished our sermon series looking at the seven churches in Revelation. This was followed by special Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday sermons.
Our new rector, James Packman, will be licensed on Monday 16 April, and will be preaching his first sermons at all services on the following Sunday (22nd). This will be followed by a series on John’s Gospel.
We will be celebrating Pentecost (20 May) with the next Christians Together IGNITE service which we will be hosting.
The service team is led by Trevor Dean and he can be contacted at

We hope to see you soon.

The SIX30 team!

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    This is the SIX30 News!

    Thursday 19 April 2018 ALLELUIA, CHRIST IS RISEN! And Alleluia our vacancy has ended! On Monday evening a packed church, with about 50 in the TC lounge watching the proceedings on the TV screens, witnessed the Institution of James as our new parish priest by Bishop Ruth, followed by his Induction by Archdeacon Adrian Youings.…

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