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  • Welcome! Holy Trinity Church is a welcoming and inclusive 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

    We'd love you to join us!


    Safeguarding Contacts for the Diocese and the Parish

    Emma Hooper: Safeguarding Case Worker for Oxford Diocese, responsible for Holy Trinity, Seer Green and Jordans. 

    email: emma.hooper@oxford.anglican.org Telephone:  07435 550685. 

    Olwyn Davison-Oakley: Safeguarding Officer for Holy Trinity, Seer Green and Jordans 

    email: odoakleyhtc@gmail.com  Telephone: 07769 677556

    For further information about Safeguarding, click on the tab at the top of this page


    Holy Trinity is open for private prayer every day between 10am and 3pm

    1) YouTube channel: This is where you can access all of our video content on demand

    http://www.youtube.com/c/holy trinity church seer green and jordans

    Please note that while we are worshipping in the Scout Hall (see below under Service Arrangements), we regret that there will be no YouTube coverage of our services

    2) Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/HolyTrinitySGJ

    Use this link for daily prayers and other information.

    3) Zoom

    Zoom 3b: This is the zoom link for the 9am Benefice Morning Prayer from Tuesday to Friday:


    Meeting ID: 472 551 8513  Passcode: church


    Service Arrangements

    Because the church boilers are now beyond repair, we will be holding our main services during February at the Scout Hall. Many thanks to Seer Green Scouts for the use of their lovely light, bright and warm hall which they have generously lent us at short notice.

    Summary of Services and Notices for March 2023

    Wednesday 1 March

    10.30am: Midweek Communion. Rev Jez Carr.  In the Vestry.

    Sunday 5 March: 2nd Sunday of Lent

    10am: Holy Communion Service. Rev Jennie Tebboth.  In the Scout Hall.

    Sunday 12 March: 3rd Sunday of Lent

    8am: BCP Communion Service. Rev Jez Carr. In the Vestry.

    10am: Morning Praise Service. Rev Jez Carr. In the Scout Hall

    3.30pm: Explore Pop-Up Church. Long Grove Woods. 

    Sunday 19 March: Mothering Sunday

    10am: Holy Communion Service. Rev Jez Carr. In the Scout Hall

    Sunday 26 March: 5th Sunday of Lent

    8am: BCP Communion Service. Rev Jez Carr.   In the Vestry.

    10am: Morning Praise Service. Rev Jez Carr. In the Scout Hall


    Other activities during the week at Holy Trinity:

    Holy Trinity is open every day from 10am to 3pm for private prayer

    Holy Trinity Discussion Group:  Thursday mornings 11am-12 noon weekly in the Vestry. Everyone is welcome to come along and join in with this lively group. For Lent they are following the Diocese of Oxford series on 'The Beatitudes'. For more information contact  Janine on 07525 322955.
    Toddlers in the Woods:  In the Centenary Clearing, Crutches Wood, Jordans.
    Every Friday during term time from 9.15 to 10.15am. Pre-school children are welcome, all to be accompanied by an adult. Contributions of £2.50 per session appreciated (PayPal accepted).
    During the week at Chalfont St Giles in March:
    Tuesday to Friday: 9am  Benefice Morning Prayer via Zoom 3b:

    Meeting ID: 472 551 8513  Passcode: church

    3rd Wednesday of the month, 10-3am Midweek Communion Service. The short service will be followed by refreshments. Next service Wednesday 15 March.

    Contemplative Prayer Meeting:  1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month: 6 to 6.30pm. Contact Keith Wood-Smith (email keith.woodsmith@gmail.com). Next meeting is on March 7.
     Use of the Scout Hall

    We are very grateful to the Seer Green Scouts for the use of their lovely liight, bright and warm hall which they have generously lent us at short notice. We will continue to use the Scout Hall for 10am services at least until the end of March. Do come and support the services held there and admire this impressive village facility.

    An update by Jez on our Church Heating

    We are currently praying hard about how to take advantage of the work needed on the church heating to develop the church space more broadly for fuuture growth and ministry.Thanks so much to those of you who have contributed; be assured that I read everything that comes and keep it safe for review. On 12 February we had the chance to discuss the conversations that the PCC had around this topic at our Vision Morning on 11 February. The main points that arose were:

    1. We have prioritised an intermediate fix to the heating, recognising that we cannot wait for the wider discernment process to be complete before we get back in the building!

    2. We have appointed a team to take this process forward, consisting of Tom Allen (Lead), myself, Janna and Peter Vinall - and we will add other in due course.

    Please continue to pray for God's wisdom and God's heart, as we strive to use our facilities as best we can in service of His Kingdom in our villages.

    Online Giving Service

    Thank you to everyone who gives to sustain the life, mission and ministry of Holy Trinity Church. If you would like to join our plato thosenned giving scheme, please go to our Giving page (via Information at the top of this page). If you normally give via the collection plate, you can now make an on-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 currently being used in the Test and Trace process.