Holy Trinity

About

Holy Trinity Church, Bardsley was consecrated on the 10th October 1844 by the Bishop of Chester. The church was only the third church in the Borough of Ashton-under-Lyne to be carved out of the parish of St. Michael & All Angels, Ashton.

The church was built on land donated by the Hulme Trustees.

Sunday and Wednesday  Services

Sunday Services at 10am including sunday school

Wednesday Services at 7.15pm this service is available to adults and children to worship and will teach children with the knowledge that will help them to be prepared for religious studies at their future school.

 

 Holy Trinity has a well-attended Sunday School and the children enjoy each others company as well as learning Christian values of love and respect,  10 am

Fund Raising and Pastoral Events 

Luncheon Club is open to all members of our churches and community
2nd Thursdays  of the month
Lunch commences at Noon.
All welcome.

Holy Trinity Cinema Nights

Our first Movie night  ” Beauty and the Beast” went down a storm   .. good screening,  great sound, good company, refreshments, seems just like the cinema, watch this space for our next exciting screening, free entry,  donations gratefully received, all welcome.


 

Church Contacts

Parishwarden: Mrs Barbara Micklethwaite

P.C.C Secretary: C Higson

Parish Treasurer: Mrs Jacqueline Fairbrother

Sunday School Teachers: Lynn Hurst, Sarah Dearnley, Mike Corbett, Sharon Smith.

Holy Trinity Church is located in Bardsley Village off Ashton Road, the entrance to the church is via Byrth Road. OL8 2TJ

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