Church of England Diocese of Southwell & Nottingham Wysall

Holy Trinity, Wysall

Welcome to Holy Trinity, Wysall.

6th Jan. 2021 -- Coronavirus update

We have now entered a third National Lockdown, which looks to last until at least mid-February, and quite possibly beyond.

The new Covid-19 variant is much more infectious, with one in three infected showing no symptoms, and its prevalence has risen considerably with 1 in 50 currently infected in the East Midlands, and is expected to rise more.

Although under the government rules for this lockdown, in-church in-person common worship is allowed, the church wardens and I believe, following a local risk assessment, that in the light of the new risks posed by the new Covid-19 variant it is unwise to do so.

This means that the worship and study groups offered across the benefice, at least until mid-February, will be online only.

For legal reasons this suspension of services requires a formal process and the approval of the bishop, which we are putting in place.

Online Evening Prayer continues as usual — just email me ([email protected]) if you want to join us for that. All welcome.

We are actively looking at adding other local online provision -- watch this space!


About the church

A small, friendly, village church.  Our services are usually fortnightly, on the first and third Sundays of the month, at 11am.  

Whilst we are under Covid-19 restrictions, please see the 'Services and Events' page to see details of what services we offer, or whether the church is open for private prayer.

Get in touch

The Rev’d Dr Stephen Hippisley-Cox

The Rectory Keyworth Rd Wysall Nottinghamshire

Sunday Worship at Home: the National C of E service

Every Sunday at 9 a.m. for 50m
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If you can't get to 'church-in-person', you are always welcome to join in with the national Church of England online service, which is published on Sundays at 9am, (though you can watch it at any time after that!).

Recorded service Morning Worship/Prayer Music Hymns

Hugh Bonneville reads John Barton’s story of the Bible and of how the two faiths that hold it sacred have shaped it and been shaped by it.

10 Jan 2021, 10:30 a.m.
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