Two volunteers will be at the church every session to ensure your safety
The College of Bishops have taken the re-opening of churches and the consequent safety of people who come to the church very seriously. In order to open Holy Trinity the Vestry digested a 9 page document of guidance explaining the standards and processes which must be in place, and have had to fill in a three page resumee for the Bishop itemising their actions and procedures for safety. It was only when the Bishop gave his express permission for Holy Trinity to open that it can now can do so. Hope you feel reassured.
Welcome to the Website of Holy Trinity, Haddington! I am Rev Liz O’Ryan, and I am the Rector. You will find the people of Holy Trinity a warm, friendly and inclusive community. Our church building in Church Street is open every day and many already pop in for a quiet moment. As a community our faith leads us to worship, support and laugh together! I hope you enjoy looking at this website and finding out about us!Read more about our people Message from the Rector (July 2020)
This service is a small and intimate service – lasting just over the half hour. It gives those who come a quiet start to the day and space to reflect. Using more traditional language, the bread and wine is offered along with a short talk which provides a reflection for the week.
This service is our main gathering of the day. People of all ages and backgrounds meet together to worship God through song and prayer and to receive the bread and wine.
After the service there are refreshments in the Trinity Centre which is next door to the church. Once a month the tea and coffee is followed by a Soup and Sweet lunch – all are welcome!
A smaller, more intimate service of bread and wine with a short homily and one song. The service is followed by tea and coffee and delicious home baking! This service is an easy way to get to know people within the church as well as worship midweek.
This takes place on the last Tuesday of every month often for those who find it difficult to manage a morning service. There is no singing but we receive the bread and wine. Afterwards there is a chance to chat and enjoy a cuppa!
This is a simple last service of prayer held on the last Sunday of every month at 6pm in church. There is no music and it follows the words of the Prayer book.