At Holy Trinity we have many events on all year round. During the football season we hold sausage sizzles with the profits shared between us and outreach projects. Regular Sunday afternoon concerts are held and we have a large Book Fair every second year. We have recently started Sunday Forum sessions where speakers are invited to present us with information about outreach and other activities, and to interact with the attendees. Discussions have involved St. Mark’s Community Centre, Occupy London and Occupy Melbourne activities, among others. We also hold regular functions and activities such as Mini Markets, parish lunches and functions acknowledging parishioners milestones. We host also host playgroups, Christian meditation groups and Book Cafe in addition to regular and special services. Our calendar below shows you what’s on this month and in the coming months. We hope to see you soon at Holy Trinity. Please visit our calendar of events for further details.
Playgroup A Wednesday morning Playgroup has been instituted and has been running successfully with the assistance of Dorothy Hughes. Come and meet The Hippo and connect with other families at Holy Trinity Playgroup meets on Wednesdays during school terms, 9.30am – 11.00am. The playgroup welcomes babies and children (0-5) and their carer for a morning of fun, friendship and activities and play experiences to cater for the developmental needs of each child. Enquiries: 0412 486838 email@example.com. You can also view our calendar of events for further details.
Christian Meditation Group The group started meeting each week about 10 years ago. Members are drawn from the parish congregation, local East Melbourne residents, and several who travel considerable distances each week to our gathering, a tribute to the value placed on this form of contemplation. We are part of the World Community for Christian Meditation and the Australian Christian Meditation Community. We use materials supplied from those communities in our weekly gatherings. We aim to meet each week to keep continuity of the experience, and this meeting as a community helps maintain the discipline of twice daily meditation as recommended by the founder, Father John Main. We meet each Tuesday at 5.30 pm at the Church and the session is finished by 6.30. Gatherings are informal and people know they can come whenever they are able to attend and not feel guilty if they miss sessions. All are welcome to attend these sessions. what’s on calendar for details.
Wednesday 10 May 7pm
120 Clarendon St East Melbourne
ROBERT EKSELMAN – Cello
LAURENCE MOORE – Baritone
VERONICA WESTCOTT-KIRSCH – Piano
An die ferne geliebte Cello Sonata no 1
Tickets: $50 including refreshments Limited seating & parking
Proceeds to Bishopscourt Restoration
Enquiries: 9481 7335; 0484 792 134