Holy Trinity Church
Holy Trinity Church was built in 1857 and is part of a joint parish with St Mary's, West Dean. It is also part of the wider Clarendon Team of Churches which extends westwards to Alderbury, northwards to Winterslow and southwards to Whiteparish. We are in the Diocese of Salisbury. The village church warden is Annie Standen.
As a village church community, our congregation is made up of people from different Christian backgrounds and we wish to see our Church grow in faith as well as in numbers. We are in exciting times as we are about to set out our vision for the coming months and years.
Our church nestles on the southern edge of the village on the corner of Dean Road. We would love to welcome you, whether you are living, working in the village or just visiting.
The Team Vicar position is currently vacant (pictured is our last Vicar: The Revd. Beth Hutton).
Our usual pattern of worship
Second Sunday of the month at 11am - Parish Communion with hymns
Fourth Sunday of the month at 8am - BCP (traditional) Holy Communion
Fifth Sunday of the month at 10am - a single service in one of the churches in the team
Our monthly ‘Tea Time’ Church’ is designed particularly with young families in mind.
Although it takes place in West Dean, it really needs support from neighbouring villages to come to life, and grow.
Our hour together consists of interactive, informal worship, followed by a craft activity, followed by drinks and cake/fruit.
Please support it if you are able…..and spread the word.