A very warm welcome to this website!


In accordance with the Scottish Government Covid-19 regulations, the church is open again for in-person worship.
Some restrictions remain in place for the time being.


10:30am – Holy Communion in church


5:30pm – Holy Communion in church

Facemasks should be worn.
Observe the hygiene guidance notices at the entrance.
Follow the directions of the welcomer or sidesperson.

At other times than above, our church building is closed to the public:

You are welcome to join in the online services. Please contact the Rector on rector@holytrinitydunoon.co.uk or 01369 702444 for details of how to access these services. you can also use the contact form here on the website to request the details.

The building might not be fully open, but church continues!

Be blessed in the knowledge that we will find God in other places and we will return rejoicing when this ceases.

We are asked to continue the practice of lighting a candle at 7pm every Sunday and praying for the world, for each other and for the swift end of this pandemic.



Despite the above, we remain a lively and welcoming community of the Scottish Episcopal Church, living and worshipping in the beautiful Cowal peninsula in the Diocese of Argyll and The Isles.

Stained glass - Angel holding a banner with "One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism"Holy Trinity is part of the Anglican Communion, in the same family of churches as the Church of England, the Church in Wales, the Church of Ireland, and The Episcopal Church in the United States. We are also in communion with the Scandinavian Lutheran churches and the Old Catholic churches.

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We hope you enjoy looking around our website, and would love to see you in Dunoon if you are in the area after the Coronavirus crisis has passed!

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