Welcome to Holy Trinity, Skipton

Services for Holy Week and Easter

Sunday 22nd March 5.00pm

'THE PASSION: a contemporary journey to the cross'
with music featuring a sequence of Sonnets on the Stations of the Cross by Malcolm Guite.

Palm Sunday 29th March

8.00am        Holy Communion at Holy Trinity
9.45am        Shared Communion with Christ Church & St Augustine’s at Holy Trinity
5.00pm        Songs of Praise at St Augustine’s, Draughton

Holy Week

Monday 30th March   7.30pm Holy Communion at St Mary’s, Embsay
Tuesday 31st March  7.30pm Holy Communion at Holy Trinity
                                           with dramatised reading “I was there”
Wednesday 1st April 10.45am Holy Communion at Holy Trinity
                                           with prayers for Healing in the Lady Chapel

Maundy Thursday

                              7.00pm Passover Meal and Communion with music
                                         in Holy Trinity and Vestry Room. Donations on the evening.

(Please phone the office 01756 793622 if you would like to come along
or sign the sheet at the back of church)

Good Friday Friday 3rd April

12noon-3.00pm.   Reflections and readings on Christ’s journey to the cross at Holy Trinity.
                         Please join us when you can.

Easter Day at Holy Trinity Sunday 5th April

6.00am               Sunrise service in the churchyard with breakfast
8.00am               Holy Communion
9.45am               Family Communion

Easter Day at St. Augustine’s, Draughton

9.30am              Family Communion

Holy Trinity is open every day for all and Revd Veronica and Team
invite you to join at these events and services.

May the blessings of this Easter season be with you
and remain with you forever. Amen.


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Morning and Evening Prayer are said every day from Monday to Saturday at 9am and 4pm - you are welcome to join us - or visit the Prayer Corner, which is available throughout the day for quiet reflection.

Our Mission Statement

We are a community of Christians within a broad Anglican tradition
who worship in the church at the top of the High Street.

Our mission is to share the Spirit of Christ as a relevant, living force for good
in a compassionate and respectful way
and to welcome both the local and the wider community into our Christian life.