Holy Trinity has weekly Holy Communion services on a Sunday at 9.00 a.m. There is also Sunday School during school terms at 9.00 a.m.
On the first Wednesday of each month at 10.00 a.m., we have Holy Communion followed by a fellowship morning tea with a guest speaker.
Read weekly sermons and daily devotions online.
What happens at Holy Communion
At Holy Communion or Eucharist, the Parish comes together as a congregation to worship. As you enter the church, you notice a peaceful atmosphere of reverence as thoughts turn to Christ.
A sidesperson welcomes you and hands you a green prayer book, a red hymn book and a pamphlet, the pew bulletin. You take your seat wherever you feel comfortable. Most Anglicans do not talk in church before a service but use this time for personal meditation and devotions.
The service commences with a hymn. Then, all that we are asked to do, whether it be to stand or to kneel to pray, to say or sing a reply together or to approach the altar, is guided by the priest. Directions are also found in the prayer book.
Whenever you attend a service at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Woolloongabba, you will be warmly welcomed and assisted, but you will never be singled out. Indeed, if you wish, you can come and just sit and enjoy the beautiful, meditative, ordered dignity of the service.