Church of England Diocese of Rochester Holy Trinity Gillingham

Facilities and features

Click on the tags below to learn more about each.

Accessibility

Toilets

These are available in the ladies toilets.

Holy Trinity has a large car park to the side of the church (between the hall and the Labour club)

Accessible car parking
Ramped entrance
Hearing (induction) Loop
Large Print
Assistance Dogs

We have two Dementia Friends Champions, several dementia friends and an Anna Chaplain in our congregation, so there are always church members on the look-out for those who might find church bewildering, or need an additional helping hand.


Our Building

Holy Trinity Church was built in 1964 by architect Arthur Bailey, strongly influenced by the Liturgical Movement. Whilst it has significant structural issues which mean it is sadly currently closed for worship, it is Grade II listed.


Music and Worship

At 8:30 every Sunday morning and on alternate Wednesdays at 11:45am we have a service of BCP Communion.


Groups, Courses and Activities

On the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month from 6:30-8:00pm, young people aged 11-18 meet to explore life and faith together (and eat a lot of pizza)

Nurture Courses

On Thursday evenings and Friday lunchtimes, we meet to explore the Bible, and our lives, together.

On the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month, from 10:15-11:45. An opportunity to meet new people in a relaxed and welcoming environment.

Every Friday morning the Rainbows mums & toddlers groups meets (& not just for mums - dads, grandparents and childminders are all welcome too!) from 9am - 11am. It just costs £1 per child.

Youth work

Help for Visitors

The church is open each week day from 9:30-11:30am


Other Features

We are a collection point for Medway Foodbank, and a Foodbank voucher distribution point.

Urban Priority Area

Call Trish in the Parish office on 01634 231372 to find out about hiring our hall.