REGULAR

CHURCH SERVICES
SUNDAY MORNING
8 am
holy communion
1st Sunday:  St Matthew’s, Cainscross GL5 4JE
2nd Sunday: St Paul’s, Whiteshill GL6 6AB
3rd Sunday:  St Paul’s, Whiteshill GL6 6AB
4th Sunday:  St Paul’s, Whiteshill GL6 6AB
5th Sundays: No service
SUNDAY MORNING
11.00 am
1st sunday of the month
Celtic communion: find out more...
2nd sunday of the month
'The Source' for ages 0 to 90+ : find out more...
3rd sunday of the month
Celtic communion: find out more...
4th sunday of the month
Sunday praise: find out more...
5th sunday of the month
United team service: venue announced in advance if not at Trinity 
all held at Holy Trinity, and include messy church activities for children
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
2 to 3.30 pm
1st Sunday of the month ONLY
at Holy Trinity
messy church monthly
find out more...
6.30 pm
SUNDAY EVENING
at St Alban's church (on Parliament Street) except first Sunday when it's 6pm at Southfield Care Home
1st sunday of the month
Southfield care home (6pm)
2nd sunday of the month
Holy communion
3rd sunday of the month
Evening prayer 
4th sunday of the month
Taize service
5th sunday of the month
Informal service
SUNDAY EVENING
6 pm
WEDNESDAY MORNING
10.30 am
all held at Holy Trinity
wednesday communion
PRAYER AND MEDITATION
 
TUESDAY MORNING
8 am
at Saint Laurence's
silent sitting
A 30-minute time of silent meditation, followed by an (optional) chat over coffee at a local cafe.
SATURDAY MORNING
11 am
11 am
SATURDAY MORNING
at Holy Trinity
prayer stop
A quiet time of prayer for our church, our town and the wider world. Includes short readings or meditations, and is followed by refreshments.
SATURDAY MORNING
9.30 to 11 am
at Holy Trinity
mornings of prayer
Occasional times of prayer for our church, and what God is saying to us. Join us on 7th September 2019
COMMUNITY GROUPS
FROM OCTOBER 2018
at various venues
home groups
Share life and faith with others in an informal environment. Groups generally meet once a week; some in the evening, some in the daytime so there's probably one to suit you. Talk to a churchwarden (Joy or Amanda) for details... 

OTHER

SACRED MUSIC FESTIVAL
By bringing together a soulful and eclectic mix of music from many sacred traditions – including Christian, Hindu, Muslim and Jewish, as well as the music of indigenous peoples – the festival is a vibrant and heartfelt celebration of difference and diversity within the community.  Whether or not you are a person of faith, everyone is encouraged to join in and experience the interplay between movement and stillness, between sound and silence that this music creates. It is this shared experience that is the heartbeat and lifeblood of the festival that brings people together. Find out more about the festival, and its activities through the year here.

NOTE:there won't be a service AT TRINITY ON 29th SEPTEMBER: THERE WILL BE A UNITED SERVICE AT ST PAUL'S WHITESHILL INSTEAD FOR BRIAN'S RETIREMENT