Holy Trinity Bridgwater

Holy Trinity is partnered with St Hugh's Church, Durleigh. Click here for the St Hugh's website.

Welcome to the website of Holy Trinity Church, Bridgwater,   There are plenty of ways to join us in a regular rhythm of worship, prayer and study online.  Do have a good rummage around the website, but for simplicity here are quick links to the various pages.   The church is open again for public worship at 10am every Sunday and Thursday.


Hiring the Church Hall click here

Coronavirus Covid-19 information click here

About our church, Christenings, contacts click here

Services and events click here

Weekly Letter click here

Church of England's prayer for today click here

Morning Prayer booklet and daily readings click here 

Morning Prayer Zoom links click here 

Sunday services and audio / video recordings click here

Service booklet available to read, and print off if you wish click here

Data Protection notice click here

Food & Support Alliance click here

Our vicar's book "Look Well To This Day" click here

Photo gallery click here

Safeguarding policy click here

Monthly news leaflet "The Bulletin" click here


The Parish Safeguarding Officer is Mr Tim Smith. If you have any concerns regarding safeguarding, you can contact him on 07480-606266 .

Our safeguarding policy link can be found HERE or in the menu to the left.

The Diocese of Bath & Wells diocesan safeguarding team can be accessed by CLICKING HERE

Get in touch

Rev William Lane

The New Vicarage, Hamp Avenue, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 6AN.
Or at the church on Sunday mornings. Email: [email protected]
Tel: (NOT for Church Hall) 01278-455022

FOR ALL CHURCH HALL ENQUIRIES: Jennie Parker on 07866-548247.

What's on

Morning Prayer live on-line

Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at for 20 mins
Holy Trinity Bridgwater
Hamp Street Bridgwater, TA6 6AR, United Kingdom

A quiet, prayerful start to the day, including readings from The Bible. click on "More About This Event" below for instructions on how to join in.

The vicar endeavours to adhere to the routine, but on rare occasions when unavoidable other commitments clash, and when he is on leave, he will not be present to lead the service.


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