Wednesday 19th May 2021
10.00am Morning Prayer in Church
followed by quiet prayer until 11.30am
Sunday 23rd May 2021
Thee Feast of Pentecost
8.45am Zoom Morning Service
10.00am Eucharist in Church
Services during Lockdown
The church will be open for private prayer from 10.30 to 11.30 on Wednesdays.
A return to church is taking place, for those who feel safe and happy to meet with a restricted number in the church building. Masks and social distancing will apply and hand gel will be available.
If you would like a candle lit for anyone or anything, and do not want to come to the building, please contact
Revd. Ali Cooper and she will do it for you.
At this difficult time, please keep our Government and all Key Workers in your prayers.
A reminder to wear face coverings,
and also that we are in Tier 4
More information can be found on:
The ‘Zoom’ access for services is
Meeting ID: 819 5449 9004
The password to be sent only via email
or can be obtained from
Rev'd Ali Cooper on 01732 669447
Following the retirement of The Revd Sue Diggory on 31 January 2021, The Bishop of Rochester announced that an interim role had been offered to The Rev'd Alison Cooper.
Reverend Alison Cooper was licensed as our interim Vicar on 3rd March 2021. Alison’s appointment in the parish is on the basis of four days a week including Sunday duties. She and her husband, Rod, live in Oakdale Lane in the village. Apart from Sunday, Alison is normally on duty on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. She can be contacted by phone (01732 669447/07747 682139) or email (email@example.com) and will usually respond the same day.
Normally, Alison is very happy to visit or to welcome people to her home at Rosemary Cottage. However, because of the present restrictions due to the Covid virus, Alison is unable to visit people or to welcome them to her home, but is available either by telephone or email.
Welcome to our latest digital edition. Simply turn the pages by using the arrows at the sides. It’s as easy as that…click below to view:
Previous digital issues can be viewed via the links below:
December 2020/January 2021
Crockham Hill Newsletter
A warm welcome from Holy Trinity Church, Crockham Hill (within the Diocese of Rochester). We have a history of worship that goes back to 1842, and recently celebrated our 175th anniversary.
We are a 'middle of the road' Anglican church, with a determination to spread God's word more widely within our local community and beyond.
Click here for a location map of the church (including post code).
Holy Trinity was restored as an independent parish in 2014. Click here for more information about our Vicar including the report to the 2020 Annual Parochial Church Meeting.
Click above for information about our parish, our vicar and those who worship here.
Click here for pictures of recent events in and around the parish.
Click above for brief background details about the church itself, the churchyard and the C of E Primary School.
For a number of years up to March 2014, our Church was linked to SS Peter & Paul, Edenbridge, whose Vicar was our Priest-in-Charge. Although that connection has come to an end, we continue to work closely with Edenbridge Church, and also with Edenbridge Churches in Covenant.
Click above for information about our music, including Graham Dinnage our Organist and Director of Music, and the choir which comes together for special occasions.
We now have our own music setting for all sung Eucharist services. This was specially composed for the Church by Graham Dinnage. Click here for more details.
Click above for obituaries of notable former residents of Crockham Hill.
Click above if you would like to get involved with what goes on in our church. We are always happy to meet new folk.
Click above for more about activities and outreach in the parish and elsewhere.
Holy Trinity Church,
Crockham Hill is committed to:
promoting a safer environment and culture within our parish and its activities
safely recruiting and supporting all those with responsibilities related to children, young people and vulnerable adults within our church
responding promptly to every safeguarding concern or allegation
caring pastorally for victims and/or survivors of abuse and other affected persons
caring pastorally for those who are the subject of concerns or allegations of abuse and other affected persons
responding appropriately to those who may pose a present risk to others
For more details click here.
If you are concerned that someone you know is at risk of or is being abused or presents a risk to others, please seek advice by contacting Mrs Jo Naismith, Parish Safeguarding Officer (firstname.lastname@example.org
Click above for information on the finances of our Church and on how you could help.
8.45am - Zoom Morning Service
10.00 am - Eucharist in Church
Click here for more detail.
Click above to find out about weddings, wedding blessings, renewal of marriage vows baptisms, confirmations and funerals. The church is here to help.
Click above for information on our School
The Reverend Alison Cooper
Address: Rosemary Cottage, Oakdale Lane
Postcode: TN8 6RL
Phone: 01732 669447
Lorraine Ashley 01732 868363
Ros Ellis 01883 723403
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