Christmas Services 2017

Christmas services 2017

Sunday 17th December: 6.30pm Christmas Carol service by candlelight.

Christmas Eve – Sunday 24th December:
Morning:  NO 9am service.

1045am Morning Worship

Evening:  4pm Christingle service
Bring your own Christingles (see instructions below) and we supply the candles

8pm Christmas Eve Holy Communion with Choir

Christmas Day – Monday 25th December:
9am Holy Communion (Said)
10am Christmas Family Service
(No evening service)

Christingle recipe (1)



You will need:  an orange, a small piece of foil, a piece of red ribbon long enough to go around the orange, glue, 4 cocktail sticks, a selection of small sweets, dried fruit etc.

Make a hole in the top of the orange.  Insert some foil to hold the candle (we will give you a candle at the service).  Fasten the ribbon around the middle of the orange. Thread the sweets, fruits etc, onto the cocktail sticks and then stick these into the orange as shown. 

The Orange                  The World

The Candle                   The Light of the World (Jesus)

The Cocktail sticks     The four seasons

The fruit/sweets           The fruits of the earth

The red ribbon             The blood of Jesus who gave his life for us


See you on Christmas Eve at 4pm!

Coming up on the 25th November 2017!

Get your dancing shoes on and join us for what is sure to be a fantastic night out!

There are tickets available for those who cannot stretch to the cover price, donated by members of the congregation who can’t make it on the night and who would like to ensure that everyone has a chance of a great night out. If you’d like to donate a ticket, please contact the office, or pop your contribution into an envelope marked Ceilidh donation and drop it into the collection basket.

The Big Mix: Frome’s Big Disability Diversity Day

Come on down to the HUBnub centre on Whittox Lane from 12 until 5pm Sunday 29th October and visit The Big Mix: Frome’s Big Disability Diversity Day. The Big Mix is open to the public and will host music, drama and storytelling performances, stalls, art exhibitions, creative workshops, film premiers, book readings and signings and lots of other fun and entertainment.

Ben Waller of Openstorytellers says “The Big Mix is set to be a great day, it’s a chance for the whole of Frome to come and see what an amazingly diverse and creative contribution the disabled community make in this town. I’m very excited to be putting this together with Openstorytellers and we already have some phenomenal performances, guests and artists due to be here. Watch this space to find out more!”

To get involved or to find out more, please contact





Title:                          Children’s and Families’ Discipleship and Outreach Leader

Employed by:          Holy Trinity Church PCC, Frome

Accountable to:     Holy Trinity PCC

Line Manager:        Mr Chris Stafford (Church Warden)

Supported by:        Holy Trinity Church Leadership Team

Work base:              Holy Trinity Parish Church, Frome

Hours of                   24 hours per week, including Sunday Mornings and Employment:            occasional evenings. Two designated free days per week.

Annual Leave:        4 weeks per year, negotiated with line manager

Salary:                       £13,000-£15,000 per annum, depending on experience

Accommodation:   If the successful candidate is single, there is a possibility of                                   some shared accommodation being available          

Occupational          There is an occupational requirement that the post-holder Requirement:     is a committed Christian

Probationary          6 months


DBS Clearance:      The post-holder is required to obtain and maintain                                                satisfactory DBS clearance for the entire duration of                                             employment.

Start Date:               January 2018

For full information and job description follow this link:

Children and Families job profile 

For application form follow this link:

application form

New Social Events Organisers

Emily Fuller & Sara Coffield recently received Graham’s blessing during the 10.45 service, to take on the ministry of helping coordinate more social events amongst the members of Holy Trinity and the community it outreaches to.  Their vision is to assist with building more friendship and fun in the love of Christ, in response to Justin Welby’s recent suggestion that we have “more fun and less meetings!”

Emily regularly organises ceilidhs and is keen to kick off with a picnic, Sara would like to encourage more films, walks, clothes swaps and regular “My Cup Runneth Over” evenings etc. but if none of that sounds of interest to you, please feel free to share your ideas and get involved!

Contact Emily on 07770 680607 and Sara on 07763 654803 or say hello at church.

LIGHTHOUSE – Messy Church

“New! Lighthouse Messy church 
The next LIGHTHOUSE Sunday afternoon MESSY CHURCH for all the family is on Sunday afternoon 5th February 3pm-5pm in Trinity Hall, Trinity Street, Frome.
Come as a family and join in the fun! We’ll explore a story from the Bible and enjoy fun, messy and creative activities plus songs, games and a proper family tea!
Suggested donation £2.00 per family. Everyone welcome.
Lighthouse is now a four times a year special event so don’t miss out!!”


Guided Tour of the Burne-Jones Windows


For the 2016 Frome Festival, on Wednesday 6 July from 7.00 to-9.00pm, with a talk at 7.30pm, Holy Trinity Church will be open for a guided tour of the 9 beautiful Burne-Jones windows and the other two larger stained glass windows.goodshepherd