Holy Trinity  Washington The Church  on the Hill

The Parish of Holy

Trinity Washington

from Albany to Teal Farm

and Biddick to Barmston blessing our community in Jesus’ name for the transformation of us all

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Holy Trinity  Washington The Church  on the Hill

Holy Trinity Church

The Avenue


Tyne and Wear

NE38 7LE

Church  0191 4187911

Rector   07886289311




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Saturday Connect

Next event is on Saturday 21 September at 5pm

Our GiFT groups begin again soon. Everyone is welcome.

We are holding a Harvest Ceilidh on Saturday 19 October at 7pm

 Christmas Tree Festival

Holy Trinity Church, Washington, known locally as “the church on the Hill”, is a Christian community of worship and prayer, teaching and learning, serving a large urban parish in the heart of the North East of England in the Diocese of Durham (Church of England).

We would love you to join us for worship at any of our services or to take part in any of the events that happen.










Holy Communion - a said service (Common Worship)

Family Eucharist with Sunday Connect - a service with music, hymns, a sermon (during which there is children’s worship) followed by tea and coffee.


Evensong - a peaceful service of prayers, readings, sermon and hymns. A wonderful way to end the day and start the new week. On the first Sunday of the month there are prayers for healing and on the third Sunday an Iona style healing service.

Holy Communion - a said service followed by

tea & coffee.

Evening Prayer is said every Wednesday at 5.15pm.



Latest News and Events

PACE is a major project

which aims to provide the church with vastly improved facilities and enable far greater community engagement.

If successful, this will be the biggest building project undertaken at

Holy Trinity for over a hundred and thirty years and will provide the church and community with new meeting spaces, a fully working kitchen and vastly improved toilet facilities. For more information about this exciting project please click here.

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Saturday Connect, an event specially for children and their families but, to which, everyone is welcome, begins at 5pm.


Please click here for a copy of the PCC’s Safeguarding Policy

Please click here for a link to the Diocesan Safeguarding information

If you have any concerns about Safeguarding please contact:

The Incumbent The Rev’d Canon David Glover on 07886289311

or the Parish Safeguarding Officer Ms Valerie Wilson

or the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser Beth Miller on 07968034075