• Holy Trinity Church
    Holy Trinity is a beautiful Victorian / Edwardian
    church, with extensive grounds, which also hosts
    the mission community office.
    The coffee bar is open every morning and we have
    a well equipped hall which can be used for a
    wide range of activities.

    Worship is centred on the Eucharist and with
    more informal services too.
    Central to Holy Trinity is serving the town centre
    and links with the Beacon School.
    Directions
  • Littleham Church
    St Margaret & St Andrew’s, Littleham,
    is an outward looking and lively church.

    The beautiful church building dates from 1236,
    surrounded by a large open churchyard including
    the tomb of Lady Nelson.

    We offer a wide range of worship; friendly pastoral
    care; and vibrant youth & family work including
    the Chill youth club & links with Littleham school. Directions
  • Lympstone Church
    The church is a lovely village church, with six bells,
    which seeks to serve the local community as a
    base not only for a wide range of worship and
    pastoral care, but also is used by many
    organisations in particular Lympstone School
    and for concerts.

    There has been a church on this site since the
    12th century, with the tower dating to 1409 and
    the rest rebuilt in 1864, with more recent
    modernisation at the west end.
    Directions

Holy Trinity

10am Eucharist


Worship each Sunday morning at 10am is centred on the celebration of Holy Communion, with music led by a very experienced organist and choir. We use Common Worship Order One modern language, using different service booklets to reflect the different liturgical seasons during the year. For congregational hymns we mainly use Hymns Ancient & Modern and Mission Praise. The sermon is usually 10-15 minutes in length.


All ages are very welcome at all our services. On most Sundays our Sunday club meets in the upstairs hall for a mix of teaching, song and activity linked to the same themes as the main service, with children rejoining the congregation for receiving communion or a blessing. For younger children or if you wish to stay with your child during the service there is also a carpeted Family Corner with soft toys and books.


On the 2nd Sunday of each month we have all-age Family Eucharist, which means that there is no separate Sunday club. We use a simpler liturgy, widen the range of songs to include more familiar to children at our local school, and seek to involve children and families actively in the worship, for example with an interactive talk rather than a sermon.

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