We are a community of disciples of Christ sharing together in worship, encouraging each other in prayer, deepening our knowledge of God’s love for us in our day to day lives and equipping ourselves for the mission and witness to which we have been called.
Holy Trinity Church itself is a very beautiful and prayed-in ancient church and is a living centre of Christian worship and teaching, pastoral care and spiritual guidance, life and mission, in our part of Bristol.
The church is always open for our daily worship services and for private prayer and quiet reflection.
We hope that this website will give you an insight into the variety of activities that make up our fellowship in Christ Jesus.
Fr. André Hart, Vicar of Westbury on Trym
The Parish Church enjoys close links with Westbury-on-Trym Church of England Academy. Click on the link below to find out more about the school:
Services this Sunday, the Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity (28 September) will be held at 8am (said), 10am (sung), and 12 noon. Evensong is at 6.30pm
Auction of Promises in aid of East/West Appeal (including disability access) Saturday 27th September, 7.30pm with viewing from 7pm at Holy Trinity Church. Free entry includes refreshments. A great opportunity to bid for an amazing variety of goods and services. Something for everyone from a Christmas cake to a day out at Bristol Zoo or a holiday in France! View the catalogue
Stand And Deliver - a brilliantly entertaining evening of singing from the Royal Mail Choir in aid of the East/West Appeal takes place on Friday 24 October at 7pm. More details
Our Organ Elevenses series continues with a recital by David Bednall (Sub-Organist of Bristol Cathedral) on Saturday 25 October. Coffee and cakes served from 10.30am, 40 minute recital begins at 11am More details
Did you know you can listen to sermons from the 10am Sunday services online? The archive of sermons is up to date. Click here to browse the list
We have a weekly collection of non-perishable food for the work of the Sisters of the Church among the needy in our City. All gifts are welcomed, with rice, pasta, chocolate bars and tins of meat, fruit, rice pudding and custard especially appreciated. ‘Value’ brands are fine. Please bring your gifts to Church on Sundays or, if preferred, to the Parish Office any morning.