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25 December 2016 – Christmas

HOLY TRINITY CHRISTMAS Holy Trinity began Christmas in darkness. at 11.30pm  on Christmas Eve with the singing of the Advent Song. Then the solo voice sang the first verse of Once in Royal David’s City, candles were lit and we began to celebrate the birth of the Christ Child in Bethlehem. Words we have all […]

December 2016 – Experience the meaning of Christmas (Dunoon Grammar School)

S1 Explores the meaning of Christmas (Dunoon Grammar School) On Wednesday December 13, Sl pupils were given the opportunity to explore the real meaning of Christmas for themselves. Experience Christmas is an interactive journey through the Christmas story and is a chance for the pupils to explore their own thoughts and feelings relating to the […]

Posada at Holy Trinity

Mary and Joseph and the donkey have begun their journey around Dunoon and district, spending each night  with somebody until they arrive at the stable during the carol service. which will take place on Tuesday December 20 at 6.30pm. All welcome   Published 9 December 2016

Advent at Holy Trinity

Advent is here. The excitement of the children is palpable. It means Christmas is not far away. Meanwhile at Holy Trinity we are waiting in expectation. We are waiting for God’s kingdom to come here on earth. We celebrated the coming of Advent by lighting the Advent candle and by having an Advent evensong. Ahead […]

Sunday 16 October 2016

Holy Trinity 16 October 2016 The young people at Holy Trinity set up a link with string to help them understand what prayer was – contact with God even when we can’t see him.  Meanwhile the adults heard the parable of the persistent widow and we were reminded to keep praying.  Andrew said remember P.U.S.H. […]

Café was Haven for games Visitors

The Dunoon churches’ Haven Café was again serving lots of tea and coffee at Cowal Games and a welcome opportunity of a seat. All proceeds are sent to Cowal Hospice and more than £1,000 was raised. It was lovely to welcome back regular visitors now that the café has been there for a number of […]

Heritage Open Day at Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity’s doors were wide open last Saturday as they celebrated Heritage open Day. Visitors were given the chance to see the vestments, silver, old church records and displays of the church’s history. There was then the chance for visitors to have tea, coffee and homemade cakes. The church is also looking to welcoming everyone […]

New Depute Lieutenant

HM Lord Lieutenant of Argyll and Bute, Patrick Stewart MBE WS, has appointed a new depute lieutenant for Dunoon and East Cowal. The appointment follows the retirement of previous depute,, Mrs Morag Smith DL. Mrs Smith had served as Depute Lieutenant for the area for eight years. The Very Rev Andrew Swift, the local Scottish […]

Open Doors and a Warm Welcome at Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity has opened its doors every day this summer for visitors who wish to scale the heights above Kilbride Road to visit the peaceful site. The doors will be open extra wide this Saturday August 13 for the annual Heritage Open Day, when the church’s registers, vestments and plate will all be on display. […]

Sunday 19 June 2016

There was a sombre mood prevailing in Holy Trinity this Sunday as, like people everywhere, they sent prayers for the many people whose lives have been broken by events this week. The Christian message must always be one of love for all people, and the reading from Galatians 3 – that we are all equal […]