About Us

Holy Trinity has been serving the parish of Ash for over 140 years. The small congregation is friendly and we have excellent relations with the church school (opposite).

Originally built in 1841 by Sampson Kempthorne in local Ham stone, with the chancel added in 1887. The Church Tower was the final addition added in 1919, and is one of the only Church Tower War Memorials in the country.

If you would like to visit the church please call Caz on 01935 822727 / 07511 423857 to collect a key.

Our current pattern of services:

First Sundays          11am - Holy Communion

Second Sundays                - no service

Third Sundays        11am - Holy Communion

Fourth Sunday       11am - Morning Prayer

Fifth Sundays - when they occur - are usually Benefice wide services held in rotation at Ash, Kingsbury Episcopi or Martock.

Our Vicar is the Revd Paul Fillery available on 01935 826113 or by email: [email protected].

The church office should be contacted initially for any pastoral matters such as wedding or baptism enquiries. Our administrator, Lydia, can be spoken with on Wednesdays and Fridays on 01935 826113 or she can be emailed at: [email protected]. The office has a voicemail facility.

We have trained, DBS checked pastoral visitors who can visit those who would appreciate contact or who are lonely, frail or unwell at home or in hospital. They also take home communions to those unable to get to church. Please contact the benefice office if you would like a visit yourself or on behalf of someone else with their agreement.