The HOPE Frome & Villages 2018 ALPHA course will be held at Holy Trinity Church Hall, Frome and is not many weeks away!
It starts on Wednesday 19th September at 7.15pm with an introductory meal and a brilliant guest speaker, Richard Kelley, a Pioneer minister.
Alpha then runs for 10 weeks. You are welcome to attend the first evening with no obligation to attend the whole course.
All are welcome. Do come – and invite your friends! It’s a wonderful way for anyone with or without a faith to explore life and Christianity in an open, friendly and informal environment.
Each evening there will be a meal, a short film and discussion in small groups. To find out more contact Phil Gray email@example.com
or Lesley Owen 01373 462586
29 March Maundy Thursday 7.30pm Holy Communion
30 March Good Friday 12.00 noon
31 March Easter Eve 8.00pm
1 April Easter Day 9.00am Holy Communion, 10.45 Holy Communion, NO Evening Service
Transforming Trinity, Transforming Lives
For the last seven years, the people of Holy Trinity Church in Frome have been working with well-known Somerset architects Benjamin and Beauchamp to refurbish the interior of the church. The aim of the project is to create a light, airy, properly heated flexible space, and also a much better auditorium with new seating throughout. A new audio-visual system will improve speech and music quality, and there will be many other improvements to the church including new meeting and administrative space, and much improved entrance from Trinity Street.
The design has been through various stages of development and public consultation leading to a submission for formal approval in December 2014 which has now been granted in full by the Chancellor of the Diocese of Bath and Wells.It is anticipated that the works on the interior of the church will begin on 1st July 2015 and last for approximately seven months during which the church, church hall and car park will be closed with Sunday morning services taking place at Oakfield Academy in Frome at the same times as usual.
Click on this link for directions to Oakfield
We’d love to see you there!
Vicar, Holy Trinity Church, Frome
Put Saturday June 28th in your diary for this amazing event.
Boutique and vintage section
Includes Designer labels
Tea and Cakes
1st prize in the Raffle draw – brand new Mulberry bag valued at £650. Tickets can be purchased from Holy Trinity Church Office.
A Pentecost Gathering on Sunday 8 June 2014 at 3.45pm – to pray for our villages, town and churches.
This year we are going to hold a Pentecost gathering at the Cheese and Grain – if wet, we can move a short distance to the Westway area. Parking is easy, accessibility ideal. Please come along and join in the celebration.
Arrive 3.30 pm for 3.45pm START.
Wear red/yellow clothes, or bring red/yellow streamers, to symbolise flames
Bring a few biscuits or drinks to share
The celebration will conclude with letting off a big rocket.
It will work with 5, 50 ………. 500 (wouldn’t that be just amazing!).
Most importantly, as we pray in preparation and on the day, may God’s Spirit be released afresh upon his Church and the road/village/town we live in.
Join us in transforming Trinity and transforming lives!
Visit our Transforming Trinity page, download a copy of the brochure and find out what you can do to help today!
Stay tuned for future updates!
Don’t miss this month’s creative,
alternative worship – ‘A New Hope’ : a great way to welcome Christmas. Featuring our talented music group, and Mike Adams as guest speaker, Coffee and cake PLUS mince pies and mulled wine served from 7.30pm.
Do come along, and bring your friends to this ‘Alt.ar Style’ service (church, but not church), for all members of the family.
St John’s Advent Book 2013
A series of readings covering the Advent and Christmas period, written by staff and students at St John’s College. Every day we make hundreds of decisions, big and small, and face many different circumstances. In a rapidly changing, fast paced world, we can find ourselves rushing through life in constant pursuit of things that, once obtained, will be as obsolete as all those things we’ve sought before.
These daily reflections for the Christmas season seek to bring us to a place of recognising there is one truth we need to hold on to as we consider the road ahead:
Not one of us can know what our future may hold, but we know the one who holds the future.
As we spend time reflecting on lines from Hymns for Advent, Christmas and the New Year, join the St John’s College family in rediscovering the duty and joy of worshipping God in all times and in every circumstance.
£4.99 per copy please see the web site www.stjohns-nottm.ac.uk