Holy Trinity
Amblecote

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Sunday Services
8.00 am Low Mass
Traditional Language

10.00 am Solemn Mass
(Parade Mass 2nd Sunday of the month)
Common Worship

6.00 pm Evening Service
(With Benediction 4th Sunday of the month)
See Weekly Notice Sheet for details

Weekday Masses
9.30 am each Wednesday
Common Worship

11.00 am each Thursday
Common Worship

Private Prayer
or just to visit

The Church is normally open for private prayer, or for those just visiting, on weekdays from approximately 9.00am until 5.00pm during the Summer, and from 9.00am until 4.00pm in the Winter.

Prayer Board
This is to be found on the table at the back of Church to enable visitors to leave prayer requests.

Visitors’ Book
This can also be found on the table at the back of Church together with booklets containing information about Holy Trinity and other areas of interest

 

The Blessed Sacrament is reserved

Communion for the Sick and the Sacrament of Anointing is always available
Please advise the Parish Priest

Baptisms, Weddings and Banns of Marriage
The easiest way to make arrangements is during the ‘Office Hour’ which is held in Church
each Tuesday between 6.00pm and 7.00pm.
To email Father Alan Williams, the Parish Priest, direct

Occasional Services
Please see the weekly notice sheet

The main doors of the church are reached by several steps which would prove difficult for some visitors to access. Easy wheelchair access is through the vestry door on the south side of the building. A wheelchair is always available in the vestry. As the building is equipped with chairs rather than pews it is possible to be fairly flexible as to the seating position of disabled visitors. Toilet facilities, including those specially designed for the disabled, are at the back of church. Amplification is in place with an induction loop system (switch to “T”). Some hymn books are available in large print. Refreshments are offered in church after major services.


Holy Trinity
Amblecote

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