A warm welcome to Minchinhampton Parish Church
where 'we accept and share the generosity of God's Love'
 
Holy Trinity, Minchinhampton forms part of the Benefice of Minchinhampton with Box and Amberley
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Personal Safety In and Around the Church

The church is a vital part of our community and assists ‘community cohesion’ in our parish. 

Churches should be open because they are there for the community, this is why Holy Trinity, Minchinhampton is open from 7 in the morning until 6 in the evening, for prayer, quiet contemplation and discovery. Churches, however, are not immune from people who use violence for their own ends. 

Violence in a church always seems to be more shocking than in other places because churches are meant to be areas of calm, reverence and an escape from the woes of the world. 

The risk of physical violence within churches is very small, but it does happen. Any building that is open to the public is at risk of someone entering who may use violence. 

Just because it doesn’t happen often, doesn’t mean we should ignore the problem. All churches have fire extinguishers, but very few have had a fire. So we now have a safety policy displayed on the noticeboard for lone workers in the church. If you are going to be working in the church alone please familiarise yourself with it, but here are three basic rules for you to follow:-

  • Always inform someone (friend or family) if you intend to be in church alone.
  • Keep your mobile phone on your person.
  • If you feel in any way threatened, walk out of the church and seek help outside.

Palm Sunday 2019

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Easter Experience 2019

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  • Palm Sunday—Hopes and dreams
  • Washing the disciples feet - The Servant King
  • The Last Supper - Remembrance
  • The Garden of Gethsemane - Alone
  • The Crucifixion—Sharing our sorrows
  • The Empty Tomb – Resurrection

The Diocese of Gloucester’s vision for the next five years is LIFE.

Vision

 

Diocesan Publication: 

Messenger

Daily Prayer

The Church has a tradition of daily prayer which embraces the three key elements of praise, intercession and engagement with scripture.

This page links to the C of E Daily Prayer website allowing us all to join in this daily pattern of prayer. When using the Offices individually read both the priest's and people's part.

The Offices are from the Book of Common Worship for today GMT.

Verse of the Day