Sunday 22rd September

Apprentices' - Services of Worship

The Sunday of our Festival weekend provides a unique opportunity to share the Catholic Reformist values that influenced the Movement in a day of music and prayer in a major London church that so exemplifies those Arts & Crafts values.

Worship is at the heart of our community at Holy Trinity Church. Ours is very much a working building and open to people of any or no faith every day.

For our Festival Sunday Eucharist Worship at 11:00am we will be welcoming a guest preacher. The music that Sunday will reflect the rich sacred compositions from the era of the Arts & Crafts Movement.

Please come, join in and celebrate with us.

8:30am - Holy Communion (BCP)

Our Sunday worship begins with the traditional language and solemn serenity of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer service of Holy Communion. The service uses language that Arts & Crafts practitioners knew well.

11:00am - Sung Eucharist (Common Worship)

The main service at Holy Trinity Sloane Street takes the form of a Sung Eucharist, with a professional choir directed by Oliver Lallemant. Alongside elegant and spiritually uplifting choral music, the organ, which is one of the finest church organs in Britain, will feature prominently in hymns, accompaniment, and a voluntary which are all connected with the Arts & Crafts era, tying our prayer and praise to the utopian vision of the designs and ideas established by the Movement.This service also includes a special Junior Church ministry, at which all children are welcome.

6:00pm - Choral Evensong and Benediction

A beautiful evening service led by the professional choir of Holy Trinity. Everyone is welcome, of all faiths and none.

Preacher – Poet and singer, Malcolm Guite