Holy Trinity Church is a warm and welcoming Church of England congregation.
We exist to worship God, serve our community and enable our church family to live and share Christ's love with others.
There are lots of services and events in December to help us celebrate Christmas and remember the reason for the season.
Go to our services and special events page to find out more.
Holy Trinity is open for private prayer every day between 10am and 3pm
YouTube channel: This is where you can access all of our video content on demand
We are sorry that we are still unable to stream our services. Our AV team is looking for volunteers to join the rota for running the PowerPoint and live stream during services. Please speak to Janna if you can help.
Activities during the week at Holy Trinity:
Holy Trinity is open every day, 10am to 3pm, for private prayer and contemplation.
Thursday 11am, Discussion Group: No knowledge is necessary, so come along and join in with this lively group. Contact Janine on 07525 322955 for more information.
Toddlers in the Woods: Venue - The Centenary Clearing, Crutches Wood, Jordans. Every Friday during term time 9.15 to 10.15am. A community group for families living in, or with close connections to Seer GreenOther activities:
The Community Prayer Group
Our former entity, the Prayer and Intercession Group, is being re-launched as the Community Prayer Group. The group will be hosted, in turn, by Jez, Sarah, Janna and Ali and will held in the church on the first Thursday of each month at 6.30pm.The first prayer meeting will be on Thursday 18 January 2024. You are all very welcome to join us. Please send any prayer requests, all to be treated with the utmost confidentiality by the host group, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trial launch of new youth club for older teens
Previously Holy Trinity had an active youth group which we are now re-establishing for the older teens in both Seer Green and Chalfont St Giles.
We would like to invite anyone in school years 10-13 to a get-to-know-us session on 16 November. It will be hosted by Rev Jez, Miriam and Sarah in the vicarage garden, under the roof of the new grandstand. We will cook handmade pizzas (GF available) as we chat and eat around the chiminea.
We hope to see as many as possible there but would ask you to let us know beforehand for catering purposes. If you’d like to confirm or wish to know more please contact Sarah Allen 07904 442881. We’re going to run three evenings up to Christmas, on the 14th December, from 18.15-19.45. We will then review what might best suit the needs of the group going forward.
Some ideas that were released by the PCC earlier this year
We are submitting a number of Faculties to the Diocesan Advisory Committee for Phase 1 of our vision:
• To create a more flexible, elevated space at the front of church for choirs and music groups, and a more intimate communion table;
• To create more flexibility around the congregational layout, including more family space at the back when needed; and being able to create alcoves which can fit a table, for craft activities
• To improve the visibility and aesthetics. This includes visibility of personnel at the front and the projection screen, and the quality of the sound system.
The proposed changes are:
• Remove the pulpit, temporarily move the organ into that space, and lower the projection screen.
• Temporarily remove the priest’s chair and the rails between the nave and chancel, to give elevated space at the front of the church. The vicar and the keyboard can then be on the elevated level..
• Remove 5 pews, the two in the front and 3 at the back. This gives more space in the front for music groups and space at the back for families with young children.
• Make the remaining pews movable and stabilise them so that we can have different pew arrangements.
• Cut the plinth off the foot of the font as it is a trip hazard.
• Replace the two front speakers with more modern ones to improve the quality of contemporary music.
Thank you to everyone who gives to sustain the life, mission and ministry of Holy Trinity Church. If you normally give via the collection plate, you can now make a one-off gift by clicking on Giving Online
OR you can activate our Online Giving page by using the QR code below. If you are not familiar with the QR code, it's an "uncoded" picture which, if you hover a smart phone over it, will take you straight to the website - like the ones used in the Test and Trace process.
OR during services use our card reader, or the orange envelopes for cash or cheques which can be placed in the green box at any tiime or delivered to our Treasurer at 58 Chalfont Road. To Gift Aid your donation please add your name and address.