Holy Trinity Church, Watermoor
God has been worshipped for over 150 years here at Holy Trinity. Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, we are situated in an area that grew up in the 1850s and still consider ourselves to be a beating heart at the centre of Watermoor.
Our congregation is drawn largely from within Cirencester; but many who come from further away, feel drawn to our especially friendly and welcoming worship and fellowship. The welcome at Holy Trinity is always warm, and whether you are 9 months old or 90 plus, you will find yourself at home.
We are called by God to be welcoming and prayerful people, empowered by the Holy Spirit in every part of our mission and ministry. We aim to glorify and serve God at all times, living and working for his Kingdom of justice and peace.
We are part of the Parish of Cirencester, but like the other churches in the parish we retain something special of our own. We feel especially blessed here at Holy Trinity Church, benefiting both from the support of the wider parish, but also retaining our distinctive blend of formal and informal worship.
Every Sunday there are two services, a more reflective Eucharist at 8.00am and a livelier Eucharist with hymns at 10.00am.
Usually on the first Sunday of the month we use a shorter, more child friendly liturgy, appropriate for people of all ages. There is a mid-week Eucharist on Wednesday evenings at 7.00pm.
We are fortunate to have a good pipe organ and a growing church choir. Whilst our music is fairly traditional we try to strike a balance between the old favourites and modern classics. On the first Sunday of the month our service is led by a group of musicians who bring a slightly more energetic kind of music to the mix.
Adjoining the church is Watermoor Primary school which caters for children aged between 4 and 11 years of age.
There is also a church hall, available for a variety of functions, parties and meetings.
The Palm Sunday procession with the Bishop of Gloucester at Holy Trinity 2012
SATNAV use GL7 1JR which will bring you to the Church.
Holy Trinity Church