Welcome to Holy Trinity Church Milton Regis!
“Come to me, all you that are weary and are carrying heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me; for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.”
Jesus Christ (Matthew 11:28-30)
Due to high levels of Covid-19 in the community, we regret that Sunday services in church are currently suspended.
We will keep the local situation under review and post any changes to services on this website.
At this time of crisis, when so many are suffering, we pray for our nation and our world. Give our leaders wisdom, our Health Service workers strength, our people hope. Lead us through these dark and difficult days to the new dawn of light, joy and comfort that we see in Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Our recording of today's (24th January) service did not go quite to plan but we will learn from the experience and try again next week!
Instead of the service, here (below) is the sermon preached by Revd Simon Young on John 2:1-12, the miracle at Cana.
Weekly services from the Church of England can be accessed using this link:
Daily services, hymns and prayers can also be accessed
on this free telephone number: 0800 804 8044
Notice of Application for a Faculty
Please find below two documents, a Public Notice and a Specification (with Drawings), concerning an application for a Confirmatory Faculty to allow repairs works to proceed on the windows in the north side of the nave. If you click on the grey square with the arrow in the top right hand corner of each document, the document will open in a full size "pop out" window. From this pop out window, each document can also be downloaded by clicking on the icon with the downward arrow in the top right hand of the screen.
If you are unable to open the documents but would like copies please email Jan Rainer at
Holy Trinity Milton Regis is an ancient grade I listed building situated between Milton Regis and Kemsley, on the banks of Milton Creek. The oldest part of the church is a Roman wall from the second century CE. The original church building dates to 650 CE with additions in the 11th and 14th centuries. We have a large, friendly, traditional parish church in the central Anglican tradition with lots of social activity, Sunday club, regular home groups and weekly healing ministry. We are blessed with an historic, beautiful and comfortable building with the largest tower in Kent and the third largest in England. We offer strong, spiritually uplifting Eucharistic worship with good music and lively cafe church. Holy Trinity Milton Regis is an excellent venue for weddings.
Worship in the Parish of Milton Regis
Sung Eucharist - Every Sunday at 10am
Choral Evensong (BCP) - (Remembrance Sunday, Candlemas, Mothering Sunday, Trinity Sunday) 6pm
Sunday Gathering - Quarterly informal house communion and supper at the Vicarage, 5pm-7pm
Trinity Toddlers - During term time at 10:30am for 1hr 45m (more info)
Communion service @ Blair Park care home, fortnightly at 11am
Communion service in the Norwood Chapel, first Mondays monthly 6.30pm
Morning prayer: 9am
Said Eucharist: 9:30am (Healing service third Wednesday of the month)
Bible Study: 10:35am
(From October-June) Community lunch in the Hall: 11:45am (more info)
Communion service @ Court Regis care home, fortnightly at 11am
01795 472 016 Parish Administrator
01795 429360 Revd Simon Young
ONLINE BIBLE STUDY
You are invited to join on alternate Tuesday nights at 8pm. There is no pressure to contribute, and there is no assumption that you have a strong background in the subject. Do just pop in via Zoom. If interested, please contact Revd Simon on email@example.com