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Our Sunday morning Service at 11am is according to the Book of Common Prayer, and uses the King James Authorised Version of the Bible. The service is enhanced by our main organ, a chamber organ and a quartet of young professional singers. A wide variety of settings and anthems is used, from across the centuries. (Please note that there is reduced musical activity in August and immediately after Christmas and Easter – see the calendar below for details, and for any occasional changes to the arrangements described beneath).
On the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays of the month and at the Great Festivals, the service is a Choral Eucharist. If you are a member of another denomination and usually receive Holy Communion in your own church, you are most welcome to do so at this service. After the service refreshments are served in the side aisle.
On the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month, the service is Choral Matins, followed by a shortened service of Holy Communion in the Side Chapel. On the second Sunday of most months, there is a lunch in the Parish Hall (see ‘Parish Lunch’ on the page ‘About us’). Choral Matins is a service quite difficult to find in the Church of England now, so do come and experience it.
All are welcome, regardless of denomination, at these services – if you are not familiar with the Book of Common Prayer, there is a printed card to help you.
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On Wednesdays, there is a quiet reflective Eucharist, using Common Worship, at 1.10pm. We gather around a central altar for a service which lasts about 35 minutes and provides a breathing space for those in the area, including those who work in the colleges and institutions around us, during the working week.
In partnership with the Imperial College Chamber Choir, Choral Evensong is sung fortnightly on certain Wednesdays during term time at 5.30pm. Lasting about 40 minutes, the choir sings from a wide repertoire of settings and anthems. Their enthusiasm is infectious! Their own website is on our ‘Links’ page.
Holy Trinity greatly values its links with Imperial College and we are very glad that the college chaplain shares in leading these services
Calendar of Services