Welcome to Holy Trinity Church, Ilkeston

 

At Holy Trinity we are in the catholic tradition of the Church of England – placing emphasis on the sacraments and seeking communion with Christ in the Mass, in our prayers and in our daily lives. Our worship is dignified with a traditional liturgy and you are most welcome to come and join us for our services.

 

We have a regular service every Sunday at 11 a.m. which is a Sung Mass, and an evening service once a month. We also have two Masses during the week. We also have services on all the principal feasts of the church and during Holy Week – See the latest News for additional services or any alterations.

We are here to serve the local community in this part of Ilkeston and if you have any questions about Baptisms, Marriages or Funerals do please contact us or go to the relevant section of the website.

 

As well as being the Church for the people of the parish we also attract many from further afield who like the way we do things.

 

Priest in Charge at Holy Trinity Fr David Lawrence-March

Announcement of new Parish Priest

We are delighted that an announcement has recently been made from the Bishop of Derby’s office that Fr David Lawrence-March has been appointed as the new Vicar at St Laurence’s and Priest-in-Charge at Holy Trinity. We are all looking forward to his arrival which we hope, and expect, to be before Christmas. The Covid-19 crisis makes it difficult to say at this stage exactly how we will be able to welcome Fr David but we will give further news when we can.
Fr David is currently the Priest-in-Charge of two parishes on the Isle of Wight and before that spent a large part of his ministry in school chaplaincy. He himself is delighted to be coming to us as our Parish Priest and is very much looking forward to meeting both congregations.

Our History

The church was founded out of the enthusiasm of the catholic revival in the Church of England and was built in the 1880s to serve a rapidly growing community dominated by collieries and the textile industry. We have been faithful to that tradition ever since and are very conscious of our history in this place.

For a full history of Holy Trinity please Click Here  http://www.holytrinityilkeston.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/HISTORY-OF-HOLY-TRINITY-CHURCH-the-building.pdf

 

Our Services

For our regular Service Times see the listing on the next page under Services › Weekly Services

See the latest Newsletter for additional services or any alterations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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