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Holy Trinity Church
At Holy Trinity Church, on the slopes of the lovely Malvern Hills, you will find a warm welcome in our rich and varied weekly worship or at any of our activities.
We seek to be an active and lively Christian community, serving the people of our parish and beyond, offering supportive fellowship and providing opportunities for exploring and expressing our faith together.
Our parish is part of the Diocese of Worcester in the Church of England. We work alongside many sister Churches of all denominations in the Malvern area and have links with Christian communities elsewhere, including overseas.
We at Holy Trinity Malvern are committed to keeping children, young people and vulnerable adults safe and to enable them to worship and grow in Christ safely. If you would like more information or to speak to someone please click here.
The Church is now open for public worship at 10.30am on a Sunday and private prayer each Wednesday between 9.30am and 2.30pm.
The safety of everyone coming into church is always of paramount importance to us. The coronavirus infection rate continues to rise in the Malvern Hills area as well as within the UK as a whole and so we do not feel that it is right to lift all the arrangements that we had at this time. We would ask that you follow these guidelines for the time being. We will review them regularly in line with the infection rates and current government advice.
Hand sanitise on entering church and wear a mask when moving around the building. When seated in the pew masks may be removed.
Use the pews that are available for private prayer in the main body but please be mindful that people around you may look to keeping their distance from you.
There is a specific area designated especially for people who would like to maintain social distancing and wearing of masks throughout the service.
Congregational and full choir singing is now allowed but for congregational singing please do remain seated.
When sharing the peace please maintain the non contact sharing and please do not circulate around the building.
The monetary offering – we will not pass the collection bags but please do use the brass plate by the entrance should you wish to make a donation to the work of the church. Don’t forget that you can make a donation via the website, QR code or by joining the parish giving scheme.
We will continue to operate a one way system during the administration at Holy Communion.
Please feel free to come and collect a cup of tea or coffee at the end of the service.
We do hope that you find these arrangements acceptable and understand why we don’t feel able to return to the way it was pre pandemic.