Due to the coronavirus and its financial impact for parishes and the diocese there is likely to be a need to reduce the number of stipendiary clergy, however the posts for this scheme will remain (2 stipendiary posts). An interim measure has been suggested as well as a longer term
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After many months of discussion, the Scheme for Pastoral Reorganisation was “made” on Monday 13th January. This begins a notice and preparation period of six months, so that by July 13th this year, our two parishes will be united with Forton, and create one new parish. The current proposals are
Yesterday's concert was a remarkable reminder of just how fortunate we are at the Holy Trinity Church Tea-Time Concerts and Recitals. Nigel Willoughby and Teresa Foster played sublimely and the programme was equally inspiring: we thanked them for including the Handel to mark the 300th celebration of our organ. I
As part of our celebrations for the 300th anniversary of our Historic 'Handel' organ at Holy Trinity Church, Gosport, we are pleased to announce a March full of music! Make sure to join us for 'Nigel Willoughby and Teresa Foster', violin and piano, at 3.30pm on Sunday 1st March. Peter
I cannot think of a better way to welcome in a new year of music at Holy Trinity than by listening to beautiful choral harmonies interspersed with stunning solo performances. There were many highlights to today's programme, including the poignant sadness and illusive message of hope in Mendelssohn's 'Passage Bird's
Flautissimo (Southampton Flute Orchestra) is retuning to Holy Trinity, Gosport, this coming Sunday at 3.30pm - and we are absolutely thrilled to welcome them back! Join us for another afternoon of splendid musical entertainment in a wonderfully varied programme of music by Bach, Gilbert and Sullivan, Marc Berthomieu, Ann Cameron