A review of Holy Trinity Church Of Engalnd (Nailsea) by Anon 2 written on Monday 16th of August 2021
Anon had a bad experience of services at Holy Trinity, but they must have been unlucky. Every service has at least two "greeters" at the door to welcome people and to answer any questions that they have. Every service has (real!) coffee before or afterwards, and visitors are encouraged to hang around so that others can say hello. Anon would be very welcome to try again!
The entire office team is currently (August 2021) in danger of being overwhelmed by the paperwork of re-opening the church, but everyone is aware of this, and helping as best they can.
The youth and children's workers are full staff members. The church did have a trainee youth worker for a while. He had a supervisor, a support team, one day of training per week in Bristol, and of course one day a week off. Not too bad. And besides, the wages of the office team, and the youth and children's workers are entirely the responsibility of the local congregation; as is the cost of caring for the Grade 1 and Grade 2 listed buildings and the grounds..
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Map showing Holy Trinity Church Of Engalnd (Nailsea) on Church Lane