The Cathedral of the Marshes
Church services January 2021 update
The current lockdown allows churches to remain open and to conduct in-church services if they see fit having carried out risk assessments. However, to keep our church family as safe as possible, the Sole Bay Team Ministry, of which Holy Trinity is part, have taken the decision not to hold Sunday services in our churches during January. There are thus no in-church services in Holy Trinity at present, but the church building will remain open each day for private prayer during daylight hours.
The Sole Bay Team Ministry is producing a weekly service of Morning Prayer for people to use at home and is also be offering a variety of services via zoom in which members of our congregation are taking part. 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.