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Over the summer some young people from Holy Trinity took part in the Youth Pilgrimage to Walsingham. By all accounts is was a wonderful and meaningful experience (for them as well as the adults who ran the activity and organised the Masses) as well as being great fun!

Imagine our delight as two of them featured on the front page of the Church Times this September.


Ordinations of former Pastoral Assistants

Two former PAs in our parishes were ordained this summer. Fr. Philip Kennedy, who worked with us from 2013 to 2104 was ordained priest at St. Michaels’ Croydon by Bishop Jonathan of Fulham, and Fr. Miles Pateman (2014-15) was ordained Deacon by the Bishop of Ely in his cathedral.

It is a great privilege to have been a part of their journey to the ordained ministry. Please keep them in your prayers as they continue God’s work.


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New Autumn Concert Series

Dan Collins, who sings with the internationally renowned choir the Sixteen,  has organised a series of concerts in Holy Trinity this autumn. They will feature talented young musicians performing a variety of music from across the centuries. Full details of the concerts are available by following this link to the Musicfor website.

Lent and Easter 2018

Many people attended the beautiful Lent devotions in music, art and word which ran on Tuesday evenings and featured live performances of devotional music and readings from mainly English 17th century divines. Art images, old and new were projected during the evenings which helped people mediate on the sorrowful mysteries of the Rosary.

The Triduum services on Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday were celebrated jointly with Holy Innocents parishioners, whilst Holy Trinity Church was full to capacity on Easter Sunday morning as we celebrated Jesus’ Resurrection and baptised a new member of the Christian Community here.

Mass on Easter Day 2018

Mass on Easter Day 2018


Tuesday Lent Series

Lenten Devotions in Music, Art and Word

Reflections and meditations on the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary

Tuesdays at 8.15 pm at Holy Trinity Church, Granville Road, N4 4EL

Admission is Free

20th February

Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane – Readings, images, reflections and Chorale Preludes for organ played by Marion Bettsworth


27th February

Jesus is scourged – Readings, images, reflections and instrumental music by the Spiritato ensemble including Biber Rosary Sonatas and Bach


6th March

Jesus is crowned with thorns – Readings, images, reflections and vocal music by Couperin and J S Bach with Dan Collins (counter-tenor)


13th March

Jesus carries his Cross – Readings, images, reflections and music for choir with Holy Trinity Church Choir


20th March

Jesus dies on the Cross – Readings, images, reflections and Chorale Preludes for organ played by Marion Bettsworth