The Cathedral of the Marshes
Following advice from HM Government, in-church services have resumed.
Sunday 11 October - Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity
11.15am Holy Communion (Common Worship)
Sunday 18 October – St Luke the Evangelist
9.30am Morning Prayer (Lay led)
Sunday 25 October - Last Sunday after Trinity
11.15am Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)
Sunday 1 November - All Saints Day
6pm Choral Evensong
Since this is a popular service, we have to be careful about numbers and distancing. To avoid disappointing anyone who might turn up only to find the church is ‘full’ we need to ask you to pre-book. If you’d like to attend, please contact Jenny Allen by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by text on 07710 254 665. She will need to know, in advance, the name and contact details of all parties including those who are in the same household, so we can group those together and save space. The booking deadline is 5pm on Saturday 31 October
Holy Trinity is also open daily for private prayer.
The Sole Bay Team Ministry is producing a weekly service of Morning Prayer for people to use at home and is also live streaming a variety of services throughout the week. Please see the Team website for details.
One of the highlights of worship at Holy Trinity is our monthly choral evensong, led by the Blythburgh Singers under their Director Ellis Bell. We are fortunate these services have been recorded over the last couple of years, and so we are able to bring you these recordings to enjoy in your own homes.
Choral evensong for the First Sunday of Lent, recorded on Sunday 1 March 2020. Click here to access the recording.
The pew sheet, which includes the text for the Introit and Anthem, may be found here.
Sung Eucharist on the Third Sunday of Easter, recorded on Sunday 5 May 2019. Music from Schubert's Mass No 2 in G major. Blythburgh Singers together with an ensemble from Norwich Baroque. Click here to access the recording.