NEWARK-ON-TRENT, ENGLAND
  

 
 
 

 
 
Welcome to Holy Trinity Parish.

Records of the parish of Holy Trinity date back as far as the 1830s. There was a Roman Catholic presence in the area long before that.

Street names like Friary Road, not to mention The Friary itself (now private residencies) are ample evidence of monastic ministry during the middle ages.

The current building was consecrated in 1979 and is situated adjacent to Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School along with the Community & Partnership Centre which was opened in 2005. This is a replacement for the church in Parliament Street which still holds fond memories for older parishioners.


Current news items...

Baptism, First Holy Communion and Confirmation at Holy Trinity. Those seeking the Sacraments of Baptism, Holy Communion and Confirmation are asked to complete an application Form now. Application Forms are available in the Narthex and under Pastoral Programmes on this website.

Thank you to all Catechists and parishioners who support the candidates. More news later in the parish newsletter...

Football Training: Holy Trinity FC will commence training for the new season in early July. Be part of this successful squadMore news later in the parish newsletter...

Coming event: Preparation for Baptism will commence at Holy Trinity Community Centre on Sunday 16th September at 11.15am

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Parish Groups, here's how to help yourselves..

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12-18s: this is for you

We have many opportunities in our parish community for you to share your talents and be of service to others. Become a Youth V.I.P. and gain much for yourself whilst contributing to the life of our community. Find out more...

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Diocesan news...

Bishop Patrick says ...

Bishop Patrick has written to remind young people about The Youth Congress: "Saturday 8th September – 11.30 a.m. – 5.30 p.m. – Liverpool Echo Arena – cost £10. Parishes and schools are invited to send young people, 13-20 years of age to the Adoremus Youth Congress which has been developed to complement the main event. The keynote speaker at the Youth Congress is Katie Prejean, from Louisiana. In the afternoon there will be youth streams for those 13-15, 16-17, and 18-20 years of age. The aim of the day is to help young people to live the Eucharist through witness, proclamation, care for the broken in society and love for the planet. The day features CJM, Rise Theatre, Cardinal Nichols, CAFOD, Animate, Salesians, Joel’s Bar-One Hope Project. There will be an opportunity to highlight the Synod on young people which will be happening in October of this year. Resources to help prepare for the event are available on the Adoremus Youth website. Young people whatever their church background will have a positive experience on the day and I would strongly encourage you to publicise this event within your parishes and chaplaincies. To book places please visit: http://www.adoremusyouth.co.uk/ dioceseofnottingham.uk


Liturgy Link

Today's Liturgy:

Universalis


The Extraordinary Year of Jubilee

The announcement – Calendar of events – reflections – Pope Francis

Holy Year website




 

Contacts:

By post:
The Presbytery,
Boundary Road,
Newark NG24 4AU.
Parish Priest:
Tel. 01636-704936.
email
Secretary:
Tel. 01636-704936.
email
Community centre enquiries:
Tel. 01636-704936.
email
For any website issues: email

Sunday Mass times:

  7:00pm Saturday vigil;
10:00am Sunday;
  6:30pm Sunday

Schools

Primary:
Holy Trinity Academy Newark website

Secondary:
All Saints Catholic Academy
Mansfield website



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