Families and Children

Holy Trinity Church



Holy Trinity Church will be open for private prayer on Wednesday from 10.30am until noon

Someone will always be there to greet you and we ask you to help us to follow all Government guidelines at this time.

Following the retirement of The Revd Sue, as Vicar of Crockham Hill on 31 January 2021, The Bishop of Rochester is pleased to announce that an interim role has been offered to The Revd Alison Cooper. The precise details of the appointment, which will be for a period of one year, will be confirmed, once all legal formalities have been completed.


Alison very much looks forward to taking up this position and I am sure you will agree, that we very much look forward to working with her. 


It is hoped that it will be possible to License her in March and she has very kindly agreed to do what she can to help ensure the smooth running of our church from 31st January until the licence is issued.


Alison and Rod would very much appreciate your prayers at this time.

Family Services are suspended during Lockdown

Apart from the weekly Sunday Eucharist, Holy Trinity has family services on the 1st Sunday of the month. 


Sunday Club for over 3's meets during the Sunday Eucharist and there is a Creche  with toys at the back of the church.

Baptisms normally take place during a Sunday morning service, so the church congregation can welcome the child into the Church.


Confirmations by the Bishop take place  every year in one of the local churches.

Sunday Club is suspended during Lockdown  

Sunday Club, for children who are at Nursery or Primary School will take place during the 10.00am service and meet weekly apart from the first Sunday of the month when we will be introducing a Family Service.


The children will go to their activities after the first part of the service and return for a blessing during Communion and share with us at the end of the service what they have been doing.

Registration forms to comply with Diocesan guidelines will be available in church from September.


If any older youngsters would be interested in helping please have a word with me, as we are very aware that their needs need to be thought about too.

Toddler (and Baby) Time is suspended during Lockdown


It normally takes place on the first Tuesday of the month from 2.00pm – 3.00pm in the Church

It's for toddlers, babies, mums, dads and carers

Come and join us for toys, chat, tea, biscuits a story and a prayer

Contact Rev. Ali for more details

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Below - Messy Lent on 24th March 2019

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Messy Church will look forward to re-opening when the Covid-19 regulations are eased. It will meeting the School Hall when there will be a mix of craft, song and prayer followed by TEA. Messy Church is for all-ages and we meet from 4.00 - 5.00 in the school hall.  Do get in touch if you need to know more.

Messy Church takes place every eight weeks when a large crowd of children, parents and grandparents meet in the School Hall to find out more about Jesus. There is a mix of craft, songs, prayers and food. Look at the photos of the last Messy church on News in Pictures