Previous Events at Holy Trinity

 


Llandudno Christmas Fayre, 15 – 18 November 2018

editor : November 18, 2018 6:25 pm : Latest, TrinityPrevious

The Llandudno Christmas Fayre was held in the streets around Holy Trinity, with stalls in the church grounds and church hall as well and entertainment enjoyed by people of all ages.

Llandudno Christmas Fayre

Llandudno Christmas Fayre

Llandudno Christmas Fayre

 

Members of the congregation welcomed visitors to the church – including an unusual visitor!

Visitors to Holy Trinity

A visitor to Holy Trinity!

 

Scripture Union had a stall in the grounds, where visitors could dress up to be photographed in a Nativity Scene.  Thanks to the two groups below for permission to include their photographs.

Scripture Union stall

Nativity scene group

Nativity scene group

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Remembrance Sunday at Holy Trinity, 11 November 2018

editor : November 13, 2018 11:09 pm : Latest, TrinityPrevious

Holy Trinity Church was full for the Civic Service for Remembrance. Following the service the Parade formed up opposite the church, to march to the Cenotaph.

 

Remembrance Sunday service

Remembrance Sunday parade

Remembrance Sunday parade

Remembrance Sunday parade

Remembrance Sunday parade

 

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Junior Church, autumn 2018

editor : November 9, 2018 4:29 pm : SundaySchool, TrinityPrevious

Junior Church meets in the Memorial Chapel at 9.30 am on Sundays and welcomes all families and young people – push chairs and bikes can be brought in easily through the side door. The worship lasts for half an hour and is followed by squash, biscuits and time to chat and make new friends.  Each week there is an activity to take part in and so far these have included making angels, paper chain people and faces on fruit and vegetables – all related to the theme of the day. Do come and join us!

Junior Church

Junior Church

Junior Church

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LLAWN06 at Holy Trinity, September 2018

editor : November 6, 2018 11:53 am : TrinityPrevious

The annual arts weekend in Llandudno (LLAWN) included an installation of bell horns in Holy Trinity’s grounds:  “Ring Out” by award winning sound artist Ray Lee. It was very musical and spectacular with eight giant metal towers, each 5 metres tall.  Loud bell horns were suspended from these and they swung back and forth making an incredible sound, similar to a peal of bells, and a new score, “Aphelion”, was performed and was rung from our church bell tower.  At least one of our bell ringers had a go at ringing one of the bell horns.

Bell horns installation at Holy Trinity

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Requiem Mass, 4 November 2018

editor : November 5, 2018 10:49 pm : TrinityPrevious

On Sunday 4 November there was a Liturgical Requiem Mass for All Souls’ Day. The setting by Gabriel Faure was sung by the combined choirs of Holy Trinity and Cantamus Chamber Choir.

Requiem Mass

Requiem candles

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Organ recitals success, August 2018

editor : November 5, 2018 6:43 pm : TrinityPrevious

The Summer Lunch-time Organ Concerts were a great success again this year with larger audiences than ever – 100+ at each concert – made up, for the most part, of people who wouldn’t normally come to Holy Trinity, so it was good to welcome them all. As always, we had some very fine playing which showed off the refurbished organ to great effect and our guest recitalists are always thrilled to be playing to such large audiences – we now have larger organ recital audiences than any of our local Cathedrals – Bangor, St Asaph and Chester.

This year the series took on an international flavour when we welcomed Alessandro Bianchi from Italy who was charming and played to our largest audience of over 130.

Admission to the Concerts was free but the enthusiastic audiences donated generously and, after expenses, this year’s four concerts added £1,289 to the Organ Maintenance Fund.

Alessandro Bianchi

Alessandro Bianchi

 

Graham Eccles

Graham Eccles

 

Norman Rimmer

Norman Rimmer

 

Charles Jones

Charles Jones

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Holy Trinity Harvest Celebration, 14 October 2018

editor : November 3, 2018 7:15 pm : Latest, TrinityPrevious

Harvest Thanksgiving was celebrated at Holy Trinity on 14 October and included a collection of tins and packets of food for Conwy Food Bank. The church was decorated with flowers and produce.

First World War Commemoration at St Tudno's

Harvest flowers at Holy Trinity

Harvest flowers at Holy Trinity

Harvest flowers at Holy Trinity

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Scripture Union Anniversary

editor : September 9, 2018 5:15 pm : Latest, TrinityPrevious

On the bank holiday weekend of 25 – 27 August, Holy Trinity and St. Tudno’s joined other churches in the area celebrating the 150th anniversary of Scripture Union’s Beach Mission, which began in Llandudno. There were special services in the churches and on the Monday Scripture Union held a Fun Day event for families in the grounds of Holy Trinity.

SU Fun Day

One of the youngsters taking part in the Fun Day …

SU Fun Day

… and teaching some of the helpers the latest dance craze.

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Churchyard awards, 12 August 2018

editor : August 12, 2018 6:20 pm : Latest, TrinityPrevious, TudnosPrevious

Congratulations to Holy Trinity and St. Tudno’s for wining awards for the churchyards.

Holy Trinity has been awarded Gold* in the churches category in the Llandudno in Bloom competition. Members of the congregation and 1st Llandudno Guides have adopted troughs or planters around the church and worked hard to keep them watered and full of colour through the long, dry period.

Flowers at Holy trinity.

The Friends of St. Tudno’s Church have gained a Communities Green Flag Award for St. Tudno’s churchyard. A Green Flag is the benchmark for parks and green spaces and the Friends have been presented with a flag, now flying from the flagpole, and a plaque.

Green Flag plaque for St. Tudno's churchyard.

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Organ recital, 10 July

editor : July 21, 2018 10:37 am : Latest, TrinityPrevious

The Church was full to capacity (someone counted 174) for our Grand Re-opening Lunch-time Organ Concert on Tuesday, 10 July when international concert organist, Paul Carr, gave the organ a thorough work-out with a programme ranging from virtuoso French organ showpieces, grand Bach, a British Trumpet Voluntary, music for a Clock Organ by Haydn, a Jazz inspired Chorale from Germany and the serene “The peace may be exchanged” by American composer Dan Locklair. I am pleased to report that the organ coped admirably with the wonderful variety of this music and Paul said how thrilled he was to be playing the organ again, now that everything is working (last time he came, his practice had to be interrupted whilst the organ builder patched up a serious problem). Paul responded to the rapturous applause at the end with a very quirky encore, the “Serenade” by Derek Bourgeois which brought a smile to everyone’s face. A very happy and successful occasion including a record breaking collection for one of our recitals of £555.

We now look forward to our annual Summer Lunch-time Organ Concerts on the four Tuesdays in August at 1.00 p.m. which this year take on an international flavour as we have Concert Organist Alessandro Bianchi from Italy playing for the third recital on 21 August.

Paul Carr

 

Paul Carr's concert

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