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Holy Trinity Church has been a place of worship and witness for nearly 13 centuries.

The foundation date is circa 717 AD and from that time has been the focus of Christian faith for the people who have lived in these parts, and it continues in this same ministry today.

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

Summer Evening Organ Recital Tuesday 26 August - former WoT Organist Alastair MacKenzie returns to give a recital which includes music by Bach, Franck and Vierne. Pimms will be served from 7pm and the 50 minute recital begins at 7.30pm. Free entry, retiring collection for the East End / West End Appeal

Holy Trinity Parish Church and Westbury-on-Trym CofE Academy Family & Friends Picnic - Sunday 7 September from 11.45am at Westbury-on-Trym CofE Academy. Please bring a picnic, a rug and join in with the fun. There will be some games organised by the more athletic among the team - but no compulsion!

Organ Elevenses returns in the Autumn with some wonderful organists giving recitals, beginning with Meirion Wynn Jones on Saturday 20 September. 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.