Come and Pray at Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity Church stands on Kilbride Hill surrounded by the beauty of the countryside and commanding views across the Clyde. No wonder the early Christians considered it a holy place to pray. The church is open throughout the daylight hours and you are invited to come and pray. There is a new prayer corner, designed […]

Assistant Curate appointed as Rector of St John’s Forfar

Our assistant curate, Rev Elaine Garman, has announced that she is to be the Rector of St John the Evangelist, Forfar. She will remain with Holy Trinity until early summer in order to finish her curacy before re-locating to the Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane to take up her new post. She will […]

Thursday 25 January 2018 – Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

AT THE end of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity on January 25 an Ecumenical service was held at Holy Trinity. A number of the churches in Dunoon were represented and we celebrated what we had in common as we worshipped together. The service was taken from one produced by the World Council of […]

Christmas – 2017

Christmas at Holy Trinity On Christmas Eve at Holy Trinity the church was lit only by candles and the tree lights. There was great anticipation and silence. Then rang out the beautiful voice of a soloist with the first verse of Once in Royal David’s City. At last Christmas had come. The Christ Child had […]

Sunday 10 December 2017 – Advent 2

THE SECOND Sunday of Advent is Christingle week at Holy Trinity, and the smell of oranges signifies yet another step towards the coming of Christ into the world.  Next Sunday at 4pm there is a Christmas carol service with 8+1. All very welcome. The minibus will run a shuttle service from the West Bay car […]

Sunday 26 November 2017

HOLY TRINITY enjoyed the buzz of their Christmas Fair on Saturday November 25. Tea and coffee and home baking, not to mention stalls, awaited all who braved the icy roads and pavements. Sunday was the last Sunday of the church’s year a time when the difficult subject of judgement arises. When the question is put […]

Sunday 22 October 2017

Sunday 22 October 2017

PUMPKIN CARVING AT HOLY TRINITY CHILDREN and young people at Holy Trinity learn about Halloween, and carve pumpkin lanterns. Printed 27 October 2017

Sunday 1 October 2107

Sunday 1 October 2107

LAST SATURDAY a number of members of Holy Trinity had a Quiet Day at the College and Cathedral of the Isles in Cumbrae. We reflected on our relationship with God. Among other activities was the opportunity to walk the Labyrinth. On Sunday Dean Andrew pretended to control the children and young people with a remote […]

Sunday 10 September 2017 – Down to Earth at Holy Trinity

This month at Holy Trinity, together with many other churches, we are thinking about what we can do to help prevent climate change. The young people had a stepping competition answering questions on ways they could do something to help. In their craft time they decided to have a bake sale on September 24 in […]

The Scottish Guild of Servers at Holy Trinity

The Scottish Guild of Servers at Holy Trinity

On Sunday 27 August 2017, Julie & Geoffers were admitted to The Scottish Guild of Servers during our regular morning service. They were presented with their ribbons and medals by the Rector Very Revd Andrew Swift. Other members of the Holy Trinity Priory were in attendance at the event.