A Message from Our Vicar
Welcome to Holy Trinity Church, in the village of Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol.
Our site has been a focus of Christian faith since 717 AD, and we continue this ministry today.
Holy Trinity Church is a beautiful, ancient church that is a living centre of Christian worship and teaching; pastoral care and spiritual guidance; and life and mission in our part of Bristol.
We are a friendly 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 daily lives and equipping ourselves for the mission and witness to which we have been called. We welcome people of all ages and from all cultures – why not come along to one of our services or join one of our groups to find out more?
Father André Hart, vicar of Holy Trinity Church
What We Offer
We are a welcoming church, with a history that stretches back centuries.
Our dedicated team look after the church’s day-to-day running and our committed PCC oversees our financial affairs and maintenance.
Come and visit our church to find out more.
We worship throughout the week, with services conducted at a range of times – come along at a time that suits you.
If you can’t attend in person, we livestream our 10am Sunday services and most of our Wednesday Eucharists. Or, if you prefer, you can view them afterwards here.
Children & Youth
Children and young people are a huge part of our church community.
Children of all ages are welcome at all of our services, but in addition, we offer specific groups and services for various age groups, including Teatime Church for our young families and Youth Group for older children and teens.
Perhaps you’d like to get involved with our church by exploring your Christian faith further or supporting a charity. Maybe you want to contribute to the running of the church or join a community group.
Whatever your interests, we have something to suit! Come along, and you will enjoy a warm welcome.
We work together with you to conduct special services to mark life events such as baptisms, confirmations, weddings and funerals.