Holy Trinity Church is open from 9am to 5pm every day for visitors. The chapel of the Good Shepherd is especially dedicated to prayer and visitors are welcome to write prayers and leave them on our prayer tree. Volunteers from the congregation quietly read the prayers out on a weekly basis.
Prayer is at the heart of being a Christian and Bishop Robert has made deepening in prayer a major priority for our diocesan family.
There can be all sorts of misnomers about baptism (sometimes called 'Christening') and who can and cannot be initiated into the Church. First, there is no cost to a baptism, unlike weddings and funerals which have an official Church of England fee. Secondly, anyone can be baptised, young or old. There is no age limit. Thirdly, you do not have to live in the area to be baptised in our church. What we ask is that you are willing to make those first steps in faith and affirm that God is working in your life.
In Salcombe Christmas is always a special time and our services reflect the wonderous message of peace on earth through the birth of the Son of God. Christingle is particularly busy so please come early to a place.
Salcombe is by its nature a very closeknit community and it this is also reflected in the congregational life. This short video gives a flavour of our worshipping community in Salcombe and was made with help from the children of Salcombe Church of England Primary School.