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Holy Trinity is a lively and growing evangelical Anglican church, situated in the vibrant market town of Ashby de la Zouch in North West Leicestershire. Holy Trinity is a welcoming and vibrant church community. Our hope is that you will feel welcome among us, whether you come to visit, drop in now and again or become a regular. Whichever it is – you are welcome. The congregation is currently made up of around 145 people of all ages and backgrounds. Some of us have been Christians for many years, whilst others are rediscovering, new to, or currently exploring the Christian faith. We are a warm and welcoming community, committed to one another, our life as a church and the town in which we live. Our 10:30am morning service includes a Crèche and Junior Church groups for groups for children and young people from 0-11.
If you want to get more involved in an aspect of our church life, there are plenty of ways. The first step would be to come along to a 10:30 a.m. Sunday Service or to make enquiries about our Holy Trinity Connect group which meet every first and third Thursday evening of the month in church at 7.30pm. Do call the office on the number below to find out when the next meeting is.
If you would like to speak to me (Tim Phillips - Vicar), please contact The Parish Office on 01530 412339 and I will give you a call (normally within a couple days, depending on my commitments).
You will find our Parish Administrator, Emma Harris on the end of the phone between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., Monday to Thursday. I hope that you will feel welcome, whether at one of our regular services, a special event or just to have a look around the building (it is open from 8:00 a.m.all day every day). For further information do take a look at our website http://trinityashby.net
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