We’re reopening from Sunday 6th September at 10:45. You are very welcome to come; we look forward to seeing you wearing your face covering.
UPDATE: CORONA VIRUS - COVID19
As you may know, the Church of England have told us to stop holding public services; the Church continues to be alive and active, but our buildings must close.
We are seeing a huge increase in the number of people falling sick with COVID-19. and therefore we must distance ourselves from one another and prevent the spread of infection in order to save lives.
Therefore, as well as public worship being suspended, this and all church buildings in the Church of England are now closed.
Our worship of God and our care for each other continue but cannot be done in this building.
In the light of this we have been having a think about what we can do to maintain our spiritual life together at this unprecedented time. To help with this, we have spoken to Rev John Armstrong, the Rector of Wombwell, he is happy for us to advertise a link to his website.
(i) Beginning on Thursday morning 19th March, 2020, he will live stream on YouTube a short morning Bible reading and prayer time. He is thinking of 9.30 am as a start time for this. He will do this every morning at the same time, except on his day off and on Sundays.
(ii) On Sundays at 10.00 am, he will livestream on Youtube a short service with prayers, music (hopefully) and a full length sermon.
To protect the vulnerable amongst us, please do not leave your home except for essential trips, inline with goverment advice.
“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength . . . Love your neighbour as yourself. There is no commandment greater than these.”
The Church Wardens
Friday 20th December 2019 at 7.30pm
The YORK WAITS are popular performers of early music – from the Middle Ages to the Tudor period – and since the 1970s they have played throughout the UK and in many countries overseas, releasing ten recordings.
At this concert – joined by singer Deborah Catterall – they will perform music for the festive season from many countries and several centuries using a wide range of instruments that include shawms, sackbuts, curtals, recorders, bagpipes, hurdy gurdy, fiddle and rebec, creating a magic sound in the fine surrounds and acoustics of the church.
Come to hear the York Waits in the splendid surroundings of the Neo-Gothic Church in Wentworth. Festive refreshments will be served during the interval.
Tickets cost £12 (or £10 for concessions) and are availalbe by completing the booking form below.
To book tickets for this events, please follow the intrsuctions on the booking form.
For more information or help with your booking , please contact Stephen Clampham on 01226 744084 or via the Musical Enquiry category on our Contact Page
Saturday 14th December 2019 at 7.30 pm
This mixed choir of over fifty people will sing Christmas music, and you will be invited to join in some of the items. The music will be interspersed with seasonal readings.
Tickets will be available by completing the booking form, or from Roy Smalley at the Church.
Tickets in advance cost £8.00, or you may pay at the door, where the cost is £9.00. This will be the 25th successive year that this concert has been held at Wentworth.
Be sure you don’t miss it!
To book tickets for any of the above events, please follow the intrsuctions on the booking form. Alternatively tickets are also available on the night.
If you would like to advertise this event for us, we would be very grateful. Please use the above poster file.
Sunday 1st December
10.45am Advent Sunday Parish Communion
6.30pm Advent Carol Service with Readings
Sunday 8th December
10.45am Christingle and Toy Service (if you are able please bring along a new, unwrapped gift, for local charities)
Saturday 14th December
10.30am Christingle and Dressing the Crib at Harley
Sunday 15th December
6.30pm Nine Lessons & Carols
Monday 16th December
7.00pm Carol Service at Harley
Tuesday 24th December (Christmas Eve)
5.00pm Carols by Candlelight and repeated at
6.15pm choose which service suits you the best.
11.30pm Midnight Mass at Harley
Wednesday 25th December (Christmas Day)
10.45 am Christmas Communion
Sunday 5th Janurary 2020
10.45am The Epiphany Parish Communion
You are welcome to join us for any of these services, but please note that they may change depending on the availabilty of clergy and weather conditions.
Friday 22nd November 2019 at 7.30pm
The semi-professional ensemble, The Tallis Consort are delighted to be making thier return to Holy Trinity Church at Wentworth following their debut here earlier this year with the music of Tomas Luis de Victoria.
Join us of 22nd November where you will be taken on a musical adventure across Western Europe. Allow yourself to be transported to the sixteenth century, where composers from England, France, Germany and Spain will display thier finest music.
We hope you'll join us for what will be an immersive, yet relaxing experience in the magnificent surroundings of this fine building.
Refreshments will be served during the interval.
Tickets cost £7 (£5 for consessions and under 25s) and are available on the door. For further details please contact Stephen Clapham on 01226 744084.
Saturday, 28th September at 7.00 pm
[This event forms part of our music festival for 2019]
The choir started in 1924 and celebrates its 95th Anniversary this year.
It remains one of the premier male voice choirs in the country. Over the last ten years their reputation has gone from strength to strength: over the years the choir has won over 100 awards in major competitions, including a second place in the International Eisteddford.
Their list of engagements never shortens and one has to marvel at their energy and commitment. They will be joining us again at this year’s annual Wentworth Church Festival, a festival that the choir has been very privileged to be invited to and attend since its inception. Thanks to Tony Jermy the musical director and Irene Hill the accompanist, the choir is renewing and revitalising its repertoire, from old pot boilers to new pop chart songs, while ensuring that the “Thurnscoe Sound” remains as compelling as it ever did.
The ticket price for each event will be: