ABOUT THE CHURCH
Holy Trinity is the Scottish Episcopal Church in Haddington. Our church is situated at the east end of the town centre, in a quiet cobbled cul-de-sac near peaceful river walks, and a short distance from the historic great Kirk of St Mary’s. Holy Trinity has its own walled grounds which include the spacious Georgian rectory and garden, and a garden of remembrance. Next to the rectory stands the Trinity Centre owned by the church and a flourishing centre of outreach to the local community. Opposite the church is the town’s day centre for the elderly.
The quiet location of the church means that Holy Trinity offers a tranquil haven in the heart of the town centre. We aim to keep the church open as much as possible for private prayer or peaceful moments.
8.30am: Holy Communion (Scottish Liturgy 1970); 10.00am: Family Eucharist (Scottish Liturgy 1982)
11.45am: Holy Communion (first Sunday in month); 6.00 pm Evening Prayer (Scottish Prayer Book)
During the week Morning Prayer is said most days, and Holy Communion is celebrated at 10.00am on Wednesdays. Holy Communion is also regularly celebrated on the greater festivals, usually in the evening. Ecumenical services are held during Holy Week and on other appropriate occasions, including a Memorial Service on All Souls Day.
Rev Canon Anne Dyer – Rector
Rev John Wood – Team Priest
Address: Church Street, Haddington, EH41 3EX
Telephone: 01620 823268
Wheelchair access induction loop system