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
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: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 07435 550685.
Olwyn Davison-Oakley: Safeguarding Officer for Holy Trinity, Seer Green and Jordans
email: email@example.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
Live services and recordings of most services can be accessed on line:
1) YouTube channel: This is where you can access all of our video content on demand
Use this link for daily prayers and other information.3) Zoom
Zoom 3a: This is the zoom link for the Thursday Morning House Group meetings and for PCC meetings.
Meeting ID: 879 0180 0517 Passcode: HTC2021
Zoom 3b: This is the zoom link for the 9am Benefice Morning Prayer from Tuesday to Friday:
Meeting ID: 472 551 8513 Passcode: church
The PCC hope that that we will see many more people back in church attending services in person and sharing the various roles and duties needed for services to run smoothly. We will of course continue with streaming the services via YouTube - which we know is much appreciated.
In person and YouTube services for July 2022
Sunday 3 July: Thomas/Trinity 38am BCP Communion. Revd Jenny Tebboth, in person only10am All-age Service, Revd Dan Beesley & Ms Janna Holder, in person & YouTube12 noon: Baptism, Revd Dan Beesley, in person only
Sunday 10 July, Trinity 4:
10am: Holy Communion Service, Revd Dan Beesley & Mr Gary Weston , in person & YouTube.
Wednesday 13 July
9.30am: Morning Service, with vacancy candidate, in person. Coffee and chat after the service.
Thursday 14 July
9.15am: School Service, in personSunday 17 July: Trinity 5:8am: BCP Communion Service, Rev Jenny Tebboth, in person only10am: Morning Service with Baptism, Rev Jenny Tebboth, in person & YouTube
Sunday 24 July: Trinity 6:
10am: Holy Communion Service, Revd Dan Beesley, in person & YouTube
Sunday 31 July: Trinity 7:10am: Holy Communion Service, Rev Jenny Tebboth: in person & YouTube12noon: Baptism, Rev Jenny Tebboth & Ms Janna Holder, in personHoly Trinity Church will be open every day from 10am to 3pmBenefice Morning Prayer, only via Zoom 3b: Every day from Tuesday to Friday at 9amThe Thursday morning discussion group. The group is currrently studying a Bible Society course on The Bible. For details of place contact firstname.lastname@example.org
1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month: Midweek Communion Service, 10.30am at Chalfont St Giles. This short service, new and on trial, will be followed by refreshments.
Our next 'Explore' pop-up church is on Sunday 10th July 11am-12 noon in Long Grove Woods. All are welcome but especially families with children. It provides an opportunity for fun, creativity, activities and reflection. This time we have a sporting theme, linking with Wimbledon Finals day and the upcoming Commonwealth Games.
Toddlers in the Woods. For all pre-school children accompanied by a responsible adult. Every Friday in term-time (until July 15) at The Centenary Clearing, Crutches Wood, Jordans. £2.50 per session. For more info contact Ali Cork: email email@example.com. Every Friday in term time from 9.15am to 10.15am:
Following the short-listing process and an interview on Zoom, the interview panel are now able to invite everyone to attend a short service on Wednesday 13 July at 9.30am - where you will have an opportunity to hear the candidate preach. And afterwards, over coffee, the candidate will be able to meet the congregation and hear about 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 planned 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.