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  • Holy Trinity is part of a benefice (group) of four churches in central Windsor in the Diocese of Oxford.  It is an imposing building on the edge of the town centre shopping area, and close to Windsor College. Holy Trinity is unusual being both a parish church (serving the local community) and a garrison church (serving the two army barracks in Windsor). The connections with the army go back to the origins of the church, with a particular connection with the Household Division.

    Holy Trinity is regularly open during the week and there is one 10am service within our group of churches on a Sunday (in both instances please see the calendar for details).  Everyone is welcome at all services.  Many of our services can be viewed on YouTube.  If you would like to join our mailing list for information about services and events please contact Revd Sally or the Church Office

    Details of Christmas Services in our parishes in Central Windsor are now available and listed in our calendarThe first of these in the week before Christmas is Carols by Candlelight on 19 December which is now fully booked.  We are not operating a booking system for our other services.

    In addition to 10am service at St John the Baptist Church, in the High Street, on Christmas Day there is a Book of Common Prayer (traditional said) Holy Communion Service at Holy Trinity at 8.30am.

    Parking information is available here.




    There is a small, friendly, regular worshipping community at Holy Trinity who are pleased to welcome visitors and to host large scale special services such as at Remembrance and Christmas.  The church is regularly used for concerts, and has very good acoustics, and a powerful organ and we look forward to our next Pop-up Restaurant (probably in 2022 now) with one of our superb local chefs and their restaurant (details of forthcoming events are posted on social media and on our Events page).

    Although government restrictions have been lifted, the safety of our congregation and visitors remains paramount and we will be proceeding with caution. We ask that, whilst inside the church building, you continue to wear a face mask covering both mouth and nose in order to protect others as well as yourself. We will continue to arrange our churches such that ‘social distancing’ remains in place. We advise against physical contact with anyone outside your family or bubble. Please respect the notices displayed in church.  We will continue to monitor the situation, making changes when and where necessary. Please stay at home if you are suffering from any of the symptoms of Covid-19.

    The parish of Holy Trinity Windsor is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults ...more


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