Our MAP 2018-2022 is our plan for bringing into reality our vision to be “Hull Minster: Your Place – to Worship, Enjoy, Explore, Belong.”
We have spent time in prayer, conversation and reflection on what this looks like for our six areas of ministry, namely Worship, Discipleship, Pastoral and Community, Under 18s, Outreach, and the supporting Operations functions
This week, the Archbishop speaks about his 6-month Pilgrimage across the Diocese of York in the Church of England podcast....
The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu speaks about his 6-month pilgrimage across the Diocese of York; theologian Paula Gooder talks about Advent and reflecting on the season; while Revd Matt Woodcock discusses a new Podcast, King City Revs, launching in the New Year run by himself and Revd Ben Norton. To listen to this week's Church of England Podcast.
The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ will be marked by a range of events and services at Holy Trinity this Holy Week.: Maundy Thursday, 7.30pm: A poignant communion service recreating Jesus’ last meal with his disciples. Good Friday, 11.00am: Family service. Informal. All-age. 2.00pm: ‘An Hour at the Cross’. A quiet meditative service, with hymns and readings. 7.30pm: We will be showing ‘The Passion of the Christ’ in the Parish Centre (you must be 18 or over). Easter Eve, 7.30pm: Sung Compline service, led by our choir. A beautiful and moving service to help us prepare for our celebration of the resurrection of Christ. Easter Sunday: Services at 9.30am, 11.15am and 4pm to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.