Parish Jottings

Parish Jottings - September 2019

Mill Meadow Gardens

100 years 1919 – 2019
100 years 1919 – 2019

If you have strolled along by the river this summer, in the southern part of Holy Trinity church parish, you will have noticed the two colourful flowerbeds in Mill Meadows. The beds were planted in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Forestry Commission, one bed spells out the years, and the other shows the Forestry Commission’s symbol.

The Forestry Commission, was founded in September 1919, following the end of the First World War, to reinstate the trees felled for use during the war.

Forestry Commission’s symbol
Forestry Commission’s symbol

Visit Your Cathedral

An idea for a day’s outing is to pay a visit to the cathedral church for the Diocese of Oxford; the cathedral serves as the chapel to Christ Church College in the University of Oxford.

This historic 12th century cathedral has a world famous choir, and hosts a wide range of diocesan events, music, art, and drama.

Visit Your Cathedral

Members of Holy Trinity church are entitled to apply for a ‘Parishioner Pass’, which gives you free entry to the Cathedral. You can apply for your free pass on-line by downloading and completing the ‘Parishioner Pass’ application form, which, when completed, you send by post to the Cathedral Visitor Officer, at the address given on the form, and from whom you will receive your pass.

The website address to download the application form from is:
https://www.chch.ox.ac.uk/cathedral/Parishioner Pass.

Celebratory flower beds in Mill Meadows, in Holy Trinity parish
Celebratory flower beds in Mill Meadows, in Holy Trinity parish

Contacts

Vicar:
Reverend Duncan Carter
Vicarage, 16 Church St, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 1SE (574822)

Trinity at Four Minister:
Reverend Sam Brewster
9 Hobbs End,
Henley-on-Thames,
Oxfordshire, RG9 1RT
(07899 843461)

Licensed Lay Minister:
Michael Forsdike (612161)

Churchwardens:
Barbara Williams
Michael Forsdike

WELCOME

Welcome to Holy Trinity C of E Church.

Whether you have come to a service of worship, for private prayer, or just to enjoy a few moments of peace and tranquillity, we offer you our friendship and hospitality. This website gives some general information about the church and our fellowship.

Duncan Carter, Vicar.