Joint Church Mission, History & Guide Book

Joint Mission

All the denominations that meet in Holy Trinity Church and reflects how we work together to make God’s love known in South Woodham Ferrers.

We who share this building seek, through the inspiration of God’s spirit to draw nearer to him and to one another in this community

Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity South Woodham Ferrers

Church History

The church was dedicated a year later completion, in June 1982.  It is situated in Trinity Square, a short walk away from Queen Elizabeth II Square.

The Church of the Holy Trinity is very different; it is a new modern church. It is jointly owned and shared by not just one, but three denominations – Church of England, Catholic and Methodist.

As you see from the photograph it has a tent shaped roof made of dark grey tiles.  There are no spires, no steeples and only one very modest bell.  Outside the church stands a plain wooden cross 15 feet high on a raised concrete platform.

Joint Church Council

The Joint Church Council (JCC) is made of members from all three denominations. follow the link below that will display the members of the JCC and their respective roles.

JCC Members List May 2018

Joint Policies & General Information

For details of Joint Policies & Information please follow Joint Church Policies & Information link.

Church Guide Book

Please follow the link to the Joint Church Guide Book as it gives a guided tour of some of the main features in the church.