Holy Trinity with St Columba, Fareham

Regular Services

Regular Services

For specific dates please see our online calendar for Holy Trinity and St Columba regular services. 

Holy Communion

Holy Trinity Church

A service lasting around an hour. Hymns led by choir and organ, bible readings, sermon, prayers and Holy Communion. Refreshments shared after the service. Activities and toys are available in children’s area of church.

Family Communion

Holy Trinity Church

A service lasting around an hour. Songs are led by a group of singers and a band. We enjoy a more relaxed atmosphere than the other Sundays of the month. The content is largely similar to other 9:30am Holy Communion services but the words are less formal and Holy Trinity Beavers, Cubs and Scouts join us several times a year. Refreshments are served after the service.

All Age Worship

Prayer Candles at St Columba

A service lasting around 45 minutes. Hymns led by the band and organ. Refreshments shared before the service. Toys and books are available at the rear of the church.

Holy Communion

Prayer Candles at St Columba

A service lasting around an hour. Hymns led by the organ, bible readings, sermon, prayers and Holy Communion. Refreshments shared before the service. Toys and books are available at the rear of the church.

Morning Worship

Prayer Candles at St Columba

A service lasting around 45 minutes with hymns led by the organ, readings, prayers and reflections. This service does not include Holy Communion. Refreshments shared before the service. Toys and books are available at the rear of the church.

Holy Communion

Prayer Candles at St Columba

Holy Communion without hymns. Lasts approximately 45 minutes. Includes short talk, prayers and bible readings for the day. Small welcoming congregation.

Praisemakers

Praise Makers

On 1st Sunday of each month, this informal time of worship for young children and their family/guardians is held in Holy Trinity church. There is a different theme each time, including singing, sharing ideas and an activity making something to take home. Tea is then shared together, finishing sometime after 5pm.

Godly Play

Godly Play

Godly Play has a multi-sensory approach to learning. We use a non-teaching method with a story then exploration, with questions and discussion led by the children. There is a free choice of art, play, prayer to provide depth and reflection in every session – with food and squash to finish. It is usually held on the 2nd Sunday of the month, alternating between Holy Trinity and St Columba. Check the Holy Trinity and St Columba online calendar for details.