Holy Trinity

As you know, our churches are currently closed as a result of the Coronavirus lockdown. However, the information below gives you a flavour of each church and what our services are like when we are able to meet as normal. In the meantime, you’ll have seen from our home page that we are holding virtual services at the moment, so please feel free to join us by following the instructions on that page.

Holy Trinity is in the conservation area of Woodgreen, next to a children’s play area and close to the pub. The interior of the church is of simple design and has 100 comfortable chairs making it a useful flexible space.

Following an inspection which found the floor in the nave to be failing, a major fund raising campaign was formally launched in April 2013. Events were well supported by the whole congregation, our friends and our neighbours.  Money was given to us from many different sources and we had a really good time. We also became more aware of the goodwill of our neighbours and are keen to nurture this in the future.

Work on the new floor began in August 2014 and was completed by November of the same year.  As part of the project the sound system and lighting will also be renewed.  Our refreshed building has become a reality thus enabling us to work more effectively on our mission. We are open to fresh ideas.

Our services are supported by a talented choir, and we have a wide range of services, including a traditional Nine Lessons and Carols in the week before Christmas and a quiet and meditative "Tenebrae service" on the evening of Good Friday.  The Easter garden is now arranged in the porch so that it can be more easily seen and our Christmas tree is positioned outside so that it is a sign to the whole community of our active presence.

Many baptisms, weddings and funerals take place in Holy Trinity church, and everyone is welcome at all of our services.

Sunday Service
10.45am - Sung Eucharist with hymns - followed by refreshments
Tuesday Service
11.00am - Holy Communion - followed by refreshments

Other Service Times in the parish can be found here

Find Us

HT Map

Parking

On Sundays - please use the car park for West Oxfordshire District Council.

On Weekdays - on the street. Please be attentive to private driveways. 

Event Photos

Stourhead National Trust Visit

Messy Mass





Safeguarding: who to contact in an emergency

If a child or adult is in immediate danger or requires immediate medical attention, call the emergency services on 999. If there are concerns about their immediate welfare, don’t delay: call Children and Adult’s Social care on 0345 050 7666 or the MASH Out of Hours Emergency Duty Team: 0800 833408

Also please inform your Parish Safeguarding officer, Alison, on 07884 074812 or her Deputy, Ness, on 07774 524756 or Pauline on 01993 648136 that you have contacted them.

Safeguarding: who to contact with concerns

For all safeguarding concerns please immediately inform your Parish Safeguarding Officer, Alison, on 07884 074812 or her Deputy, Ness, on 07774524756 or Pauline on 01993 648136. You can also email concerns to safeguarding@witneyparish.org.uk

If you need to contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Team, call 01865 208290. Alternatively the Safeguarding Adviser Lisa Wilkins can be reached via lisa.wilkins@oxford.anglican.org or 01865 208295.

Annual Accounts

Our stewardship enables us to fulfil God's call and share in God's mission

The Church is the new creation, it is life and joy, it is the sacramental fellowship in which we share the ultimate purpose of God, made real for us now in our hearing the Word and sharing the Sacrament.
Rowan Williams

Click here to download the 2019 Annual Report and Accounts

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