Worship at All Saints with Holy Trinity Parish Church is rooted in the liturgical tradition of the Church and is predominantly focused on the Eucharist (also known as Holy Communion, Mass, and the Lord's Supper). There are special services to mark the seasons of the church year and for particular civic occasions. All ages are welcome to attend and participate in the life of the church.
There are usually two main services on a Sunday one at 10:30am and one at 6:00pm. Refreshments are served after the morning service. The usual pattern is set out below.
We have seasonal service such as Advent, Christmas, Lent, Holy Week & Easter, Harvest, Remembrance. More information about these are avaialable at the time.
The Midweek Services at All Saints follow a Morning and Evening Prayer cycle.
These services tend to be quiet and reflective following the Anglican Traditional cycle of prayer.
Once a week there is a Book Of Common Prayer Communion Service.
The parish church is there to support you at key moments in life. Celebrating the birth of a child, a marriage or marking someone’s death are all occasions when we can offer a special service to help you celebrate or to grieve.
If you live in the parish of All Saints with Holy Trinity you are entitled to ask for this church’s support or if you have a particular connection to All Saints we may still be able to help.
Music is an integral part of the worshipping life of our church. We have a strong SATB choir that sings at the main Sunday services drawing on the richness of the Anglican choral tradition.
Our Children’s Choir leads worship once a month as well giving concerts throughout Leicestershire. Details of this choir can be found on their own website.