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Welcome to your Church!

Every Sunday 9.30am

Welcome to Holy Trinity, your parish church serving Prestwood and Great Kingshill in the Chiltern Hills. We come to church every Sunday at 9.30am.

Here we are invited to celebrate God's love for all people, rest in his presence and go out empowered to live our everyday lives.

In our worship we remove the barriers that separate us from God's love and build up the ties that bind us as a loving community.

We also like to enjoy ourselves, and there's lots going on!

We welcome you to come and join us.

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Our Services

As a worshipping community we aim to be a special and proper place of encounter between God and his people, and inclusive, supportive and welcoming to all.

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Families at Holy Trinity

We welcome all types of families to Holy Trinity--We welcome children whether or not they have any knowledge the Christian faith or if their parents attend a church.

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At Holy Trinity we believe that Church should be a place of encounter, where we engage with the issues and challenges of modern life.

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Holy Trinity, Prestwood

Our Mission

As a parish church our mission is to make God’s love
known and real to the people of Prestwood & Great Kingshill.
As a worshipping community we aim to be a special and proper
place of encounter between God and his people, and inclusive, supportive and welcoming to all.

Our Vision

Our vision is of a confident and open church, removing the barriers
that separate us from God’s love and building up the ties
that bind us as a loving community.
We seek to be a resource for living
in our worship and in our community life.

Safeguarding

The care and protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults involved in Church life is the responsibility of the whole Church. Everyone who participates in the life of the Church has a role to play in promoting a Safer Church for all. Here is a link to our safeguarding policy, which is renewed every year. If you need to contact someone regarding safeguarding or child protection, please get hold of our Safeguarding Contacts .

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Euch1At Holy Trinity we believe our worship is central to our Christian life. Our services are designed to welcome us into God’s love and allow him to be present to us. We go out enabled to live a full life in the knowledge that we are cared for and loved by God and one another.

Our main service is the Parish Eucharist on Sundays at 9:30am - its an easy-to-follow service. We have a service booklet produced for each Sunday -- so there is no fiddling around looking for pages or hymn books to drop! We centre our worship on the celebration of the Eucharist. More than anything else we believe going to church should be an occasion that is special and proper, and in which we find a resource for living.

IMG_0886We encourage our whole community to participate in worship by serving, reading the lessons, forming the offertory procession, leading intercessions and administering the chalice. There are regular weekday communion services and the Book of Common Prayer is used at 8am on Sunday and on Wednesday mornings.

There is a creche and a Sunday School at our main Sunday Service at 9.30, unless the children are staying in church for our Family Services. These happen about once a month and not only do the children stay in church for the whole service, they run the show as well.

HospitalityWhat that means is that the young people are in charge of welcoming you to church, reading, praying, helping to prepare the altar, getting the coffee and all the other many and varied jobs that make a Sunday morning at Holy Trinity happen. Smoothly and seamlessly our young people take on their responsibility to help us ascend into God’s presence and go on our way refreshed and empowered by our encounter with him. Well, they do have a little help from their parents!

Other services on Sundays and weekdays are varied, some of which cater for different tastes.

We warmly welcome everyone to come to any of our services. Come and see for yourself.

Main Sunday Services, Autumn 2021

5th September Family Eucharist
12th September Parish Eucharist
19th September Parish Eucharist
26th September Family Eucharist for Harvest
3rd October Parish Eucharist: Blessing of Memorial
10th October Parish Eucharist
17th October Parish Eucharist
24th October Parish Eucharist
31st October Family Eucharist for Remembrance
7th November Parish Eucharist
14th November Parish Eucharist
21st November Parish Eucharist
28th November Family Eucharist
5th December Parish Eucharist
12th December Parish Eucharist
19th December Family Eucharist with Nativity Play
24th December Christingle services 3pm. 4.30pm and 6pm and Midnight Mass 11pm
25th December Christmas Day
29th December Parish Eucharist

The Parochial Church Council of the Ecclesiastical Parish of Holy Trinity, Prestwood is a registered charity, no. 1129233.

Holy Trinity, Prestwood is an Inclusive Church. We are part of the Church of England.
We are in the Oxford diocese and the Wendover Deanery.

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