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Holy Trinity is the parish church of Tidworth.

We are an inclusive community: we welcome 
people of all faiths or none, all genders, sexualities and ethnicities, and all ages.  

Our main worship service takes place every Sunday at 11 am. Most services are designed to be all-age, with children and young people involved as part of the worshiping family.

Find us on Plassey Road, Tidworth, SP9 7LE 
behind the houses on Pennings Road (the turning is between the post office and the Atlantic Fish Bar).



Sunday 26 March - Lent 5 / Passiontide begins


11.00 am Passiontide Healing service / Eucharist with laying on of hands and anointing

W/c 27 March

'Experience Easter' - schools' visits

Monday 27 March


1.30 - 2.45 pm Trinity Toddlers (church hall)

7.00 pm Prayer and Reflection

Wednesday 29 March


9.30 am Morning Prayer  

7.00 pm Stations of the Cross

Sunday 2 April - Palm Sunday


10.45 am Procession from Pennings Road

11.00 am Eucharist for Palm Sunday

Monday 3 April


12.30 - 1.45 pm Trinity Toddlers (church hall)

7.00 - 8.00 pm Prayer & Reflection in Lent (church hall)

​Wednesday 5 April


9.30 am Morning Prayer  

​Thursday 6 April - Maundy Thursday


7.00 pm  Maundy Thursday Eucharist with the stripping of the altar 

Friday 7 April - Good Friday


2.00 pm  An hour by the cross - music and meditation

3.00 pm The Liturgy of Good Friday 

Saturday 8 April - Holy Saturday


8.30 pm  Holy Saturday Vigil, St. James churchyard, Ludgershall

Sunday 9 April - Easter Sunday


6.00 am Dawn Service, Sidbury Hill

7.00 am Easter breakfast (church hall)

11.00 am Easter Sunday service followed by Easter Egg  Hunt



Holy Trinity is a church with a rich past, heritage and tradition, that is also firmly rooted in the present.


We love and value our church building and know how important it is to so many in the local community and further afield. We are committed to preserving what is valuable and enriching from the past, while constantly striving to be a vibrant community that responds to present and diverse needs with fresh ways of understanding and interpreting God's story in the world. 

Our vision is to see our church building as a thriving hub in our community: a centre for music, the arts, meditation, discourse and social action. For that to happen we will need to raise at least £100,000 for repairs to the roof, installation of an efficient heating and environmentally responsible heating system, installation of a sound system (with a hearing loop for those with hearing difficulties) and improved disabled access.


We appreciate any donation and also love to hear from anyone prepared to get involved in our fundraising efforts.  

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