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Vestry News

Vestry News can be opened or downloaded using the links below. October 2018 August 2018 May 2018 Note: – You will need a PDF file reader (e.g. Adobe Acrobat) to open and read these files.  

Sunday 29 July - The Last Hymn

Sunday 29 July – The Last Hymn

This week Holy Trinity turned out in force to say goodbye to the Swift family as Andrew sets off on the next stage of his life’s journey, which takes him to Dundee as the new Bishop of Brechin. And we at Holy Trinity are setting off on our own journey as apostles of Christ with […]

Easter Experience at DGS

A local team of church members from a variety of churches in Dunoon brought the Easter Experience to the school [Dunoon Grammar School] on Monday March 26. They had five stations set up to represent different experiences during Easter, such as The Last Supper and Hopes and dreams – The Palm Road. The School Vision […]

Love, Life and Hope

This weekend we will be eating large quantities of chocolate eggs, bunnies and almost any other shape that you can imagine. It is all a rather strange but enjoyable phenomenon, because it is Easter. In Scotland we celebrate this festival, along with Christmas as great family occasions and excuses to, well, eat just a bit […]

Diocesan Newsletter

http://www.argyll.anglican.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/May.pdf

2016 – Bishop’s Lent Appeal

Diocese of Argyll & The Isles The Bishop’s Lent Appeal this year is for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) in support of refugees from the crisis in Syria. Labels are available at church to stick on a jar, tin or box for you to collect your donations. Please bring the (filled) container […]

2016 - Lent Course

2016 – Lent Course

All Welcome Five weeks in Lent exploring the heart of Christian belief. A course based on the promises made at Baptism. You are welcome to come to as many or as few of the sessions as you wish. For more information, to book a place or to request a course booklet, please contact Very Revd Andrew […]

From Priest in Charge to Rector

From Priest in Charge to Rector

On 17 January The Rt Rev Kevin Pearson, Bishop of Argyll and The Isles, collated the Very Rev Andrew Swift as the Rector of Holy Trinity Dunoon and St Paul’s Rothesay at a service in Dunoon. Andrew has been the priest in charge of those congregations since 2010, but the charges have now grown numerically […]