Holy Trinity Church, Paulton‎‎‎‎

Holy Trinity is a historic Anglican church in the parish of Paulton.
We are an active church at the Northern end of Paulton. We pride ourselves on our hospitality and warm welcome to all. We will be happy to meet you, regardless of your previous experiences with church.
Whether you are new to the area or just visiting (or are at a point where you would like to engage more with the church) please come to a service or contact us.
Please also consider coming to one of our social events, regular children’s activities or coffee mornings.


Church Services:
Every Sunday:
11:00am – Family Holy Communion (Livestreamed)
Every First Sunday:
8:00pm - 'The Engine Room' - Prayer Group
Every Wednesday:
9:30am - Morning Prayer
Every Third Tuesday:
8:00pm - 'Dig In' - Bible Study Group

Church Activities

  • Holy Trinity also has weekday activities:
    • Mondays – TGIF Monday - drop-in for parents, carers, and babies/toddlers from 10:00 – 11:30am.
    • Tuesdays – Drop-in coffee morning at 10:00am.
    • Wednesdays - Men in Shed/Womens' Group - check the most recent newsletter for more info.
    • Fridays – ‘Thank God It’s Friday’ drop-in for parents, carers, and babies/toddlers from 10:00 – 11:30am.
    • Most Half Terms – Messy church play and craft activities. Saturday 3:00-5:30pm
  • We also have a regular program of social events, with something happening most months.

Tuesday Coffee Morning

Every Tuesday between 10:00 and 11:30am, we run a friendly local coffee morning at Holy Trinity, Paulton. It’s open to all and is non-religious. We always get a good selection of people and it becomes an important point in the week to catch up with each other and organise further village social events.
We have quality filter coffee and tea available as well as a good selection of cakes or biscuits. Donations from this have helped fund improvements to our Church back room.

TGIF Toddler Groups

TGIF (Thank God It’s Friday) is a toddler and parents play session that runs every Monday and Friday in the back room. It is aimed at families with children aged 0-3. We always welcome new members and it is a great way for children to socialise and parents to chat with other parents from the village.
You will need to supervise your child and a small donation of 50p per session is taken to cover the activities and refreshments. It runs every Friday 10:00-11:30am.

Men in Shed & Womens' Group

Men in shed is a group that meets regularly in the Red Lion, Paulton to discuss matters of faith and philosophy, often based around the sermon theme from the previous Sunday. Men in shed runs weekly on a Wednesday from 8pm.

Womens' Group meet biweekly on a Wednesday at Holy Trinity, Paulton's back room. A variety of different activities and discussions are planned each time, it is a great place to take a break and talk with others.

Check our most recent newsletter for more information about these groups.


Paulton Church choir regularly meet to discuss church music and rehearse. They are led by Kevin Burnett, our very talented organist. They can be booked for any family church services.

Bell Ringing

Paulton Church has a keen band of bell ringers. They are often to be seen at village events like Village Day and can be hired for weddings and other church events. They meet regularly and are always happy to welcome new members. If you are interested, please talk to our churchwardens.

Knit and Natter

Knit and Natter meet in the back room of Paulton church on the first Wednesday of each month from 2 to 4pm.
Everyone is welcome to come along and join the group, enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and a cake and have a good natter!

Access & Facilities

Holy Trinity, Paulton has disabled access into the church from the front entrance using our gently sloped path. There are many free spaces where pushchairs or rollators can be stored.
A toilet is available at the rear of the church, accessed through the back room.
A small, well-stocked children’s toy area is available in the back room for little ones to play with (supervised by a parent/carer) during services.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss our facilities further.
All children’s events are supervised by adults who have completed the relevant Church of England safeguarding training and who have been DBS checked in line with our safeguarding policy.

How to Find Us

Paulton Church Postcode: BS39 7LG
From Midsomer Norton: At the Phillis Hill roundabout, take the signposted exit up the hill into Paulton village. Continue through the traffic lights where the road narrows. At the Red Lion roundabout, turn left. The church is located on the left-hand side of the road.
From the A39: (Bath Road) Take the turning for Paulton and continue round the bends and up the hill into the village. Continue on this road. When you reach the Nature’s Vet roundabout, take the second exit. Paulton Church is located on the right-hand side of the road.
Parking: Please park in the High Street or Village Hall car parks.

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