Holy Trinity Church sits at the centre of Dilton Marsh in the High Street, where The Hollow meets St Mary’s Lane.
Disabled access, servery and toilet facilities all on site.
When you arrive at Holy Trinity Church, Dilton Marsh you enter through the recently added glass doors you are met by a very warm, welcoming and friendly church of people.
Holy Trinity hold a variety of services to suit a variety of tastes and expectations.
It is an active church with many regular social events throughout the year as well as involvement with other village organisations and projects.
Monthly news is published in the Holy Trinity Church parish magazine. This is available by subscription or in church. To be added to the subscription list please contact us, by private message, via our Facebook page. If you would like to receive news about Holy Trinity and the White Horse Team sign up for our monthly e-newsletter using the form on this page.
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• Praise and Worship is a relaxed, non-communion service. Using a screen to display the words and songs. Sometimes involves some acting (this is pre-organised, for the congregation to watch – no one will spring anything on you!), or meditation, and visual aids. Everyone welcome
• Holy Communion – Known also as ‘The Eucharist’, ‘The Lord’s Supper’ or ‘Mass’ is a service of readings and prayers that lead up to a symbolic sharing of bread and wine in remembrance of Jesus’ Last Supper. In addition, Holy Communion from Common Worship includes hymns and some sung responses.
• Café Church – An informal, family friendly service with coffee, tea, croissants, toast etc. Usually non-Eucharistic. Buffet breakfast is available before the service.
For seasonal changes please see the Home page, Facebook pages or Holy Trinity Church monthly magazine.
On the first Saturday each month there is a ‘Meet the Village’ gathering that includes a table top sale and coffee morning held in the church. Everyone welcome to this very sociable event. No charge to have a table just a donation, if desired, to charity.
This is a great way to meet new people and raise funds for the church’s chosen charity of the year. The current charities being supported are Warminster Food Bank http://warminsteranddistrictfoodbank.co.uk and Traidcraft Exchange https://www.traidcraft.org.uk/. See our latest news page for details.
Memorial Hall, Dilton Marsh
The Dilton Marsh Memorial Hall was built to commemorate those that dies in the First World War. It is a not for profit organisation. The Hall is available for parties, receptions, presentations, dancing and regular bookings by local societies. Main hall, stage and kitchen available and a small hall at the rear.
For information and booking:
- Telephone 01373 824281
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org