a diverse worshipping family

Updated guidelines: at Holy Trinity and St Michaels we would still like to encourage those attending Parish services to continue wearing a face covering. At Holy Trinity the central aisles are for free seating but the side aisles remain for those who would prefer to continue social distancing.
Our church family is a diverse community. We offer different types of worship to suit many tastes.
Our worship centres are
Holy Trinity at the top of the High Street - a traditionally built 14th Century Church
St Michael's near Sweyne Park School off the A129 London Road - a 1950s-built church and hall serving the western part of Rayleigh.
But the church is not the building, it is people who have a heart for serving the people of Rayleigh and beyond.
On Sunday August 29th at 10am we have a Parish United Service at
Holy Trinity.

We also have
online service offerings on the Parish Youtube channel.