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We are thrilled to welcome musicians from the Birmingham Conservatoire for a concert on 16th March at 6.30pm. Details and booking details to follow!
We are delighted to support the Lent 2017 series Meals with Jesus-Renewing Our Place at God’s Table. We meet on Thursday evenings starting 9th March till 4th April at St Hilda’s Church, Warley Woods. Each evening begins with a light supper at 7pm and the session will finish by 9pm.
The Dean of St Albans The Very Revd Jeffrey John
will be coming to
Holy Trinity Smethwick on Sunday 11th June, Trinity Sunday, at 10.00am
when he will be the celebrant and preacher.
We will also be inaugurating a series of annual lectures and he has agreed to give a lecture after lunch in church (12.30) at 1.30pm on the subject:
Death and the Afterlife in the Bible and Church Teaching.
Seating will be limited and local churches will be invited to apply for seats in due course.
Services for Christmas 2016
Sunday 18th December
Festival of Nine Readings and Carols by Candlelight with special guest Elvis…..
Saturday 24th December
4.30pm Crib Service
11.30pm Midnight Communion
Sunday 25th December
10.00am Christmas Day Communion
We welcome all to join these special services! Happy Christmas!
For more details about Holy Trinity Church Church Hill Street Smethwick B67 7AH
Call 0121 558 0373
Wednesday 30th November 6.30pm Feast of St Andrew. Fish and Chip Supper with Fizz and Poetry! £3.50 Booking Ahead Required.
Sunday December 4th 5.00pm Advent Service of Carols and Readings
13th November 2016 will see us gathering at Coopers Lane, Smethwick Labour Club to begin the walk together at 10.35am to the Cenotaph for the act of remembrance. This year hundreds of school children and their families are specially invited to join the procession with all children attending getting a certificate of attendance and wristband. we want to encourage a new generation to realise the importance of remembrance and working for peace as one of the huge lessons of war.
We at Holy Trinity value hugely the work and hospitality of Smethwick Labour Club, local councillors, schools and all who will work together for this special day.
As the news comes in of the murder of a priest in Normandy I want to join with many others in both condemning this barbarity alongside recent horrendous events in Nice and Germany.
I am daily thankful for the peaceful co-existence and friendship between faith leaders and communities in wider Sandwell and here in Smethwick. The simple act of eating together has brought together leaders of different faiths in an act of common humanity. In this way over the last eight months people who did not know each other have discovered friendship, stories of faith and humanity and common bonds played out in what it is to be neighbour to one another.
We pray for the people of France as we pray for one another here in Smethwick and Sandwell.