Public celebration of Mass suspended

Please note that, in accordance with the decision of the Bishops of England and Wales made on 18th March 2020, all public celebrations of Mass and other communal church services at the Most Holy Trinity Church, Dockhead, have been suspended until we are notified otherwise.

In addition, the Church is now locked and consequently unavailable for private prayer.

For further details and updates please click this link to our dedicated COVID-19 page.

Mass times are subject to change or cancellation. Please check the Trinity Bell (parish newsletter) for up-to-date information.

Sunday: 10am, 6pm
Weekdays: 9:30am (in Convent on Fridays)
Saturday: 6pm (Vigil Mass)
Funerals may change the times of Mass – always check the newsletter!
Holy Days of Obligation: 9:30am, 8pm
Parish Feast Day (Holy Trinity): 6pm (Vigil Mass on Saturday), 10am, 6pm
Bereavement Mass: 8pm (early November – see newsletter)
Christ the King – Thanksgiving Mass: 10am (late November – see newsletter) 
CHRISTMAS SERVICESalways check the newsletter!
Advent Celebration of Reconciliation: mid-December, 7:30pm
Carol Service: usually the last Sunday before Christmas, 7:15pm
Christmas Eve: Gathering at 11:45pm, Midnight Mass
Christmas Day: 10:30am (no evening Mass)
St Stephen’s Day: Mass 11am
Holy Family): 6pm (Vigil Mass), 10am
Epiphany: 6pm (Vigil Mass), 10am, 6pm 
Ash Wednesday: Mass 9:30am, 8pm (Stations of the Cross – see newsletter)
Lent Celebration of Reconciliation: see newsletter
Easter Triduum
Palm Sunday: Mass & Solemn Procession of Palms 10am, Mass 6pm
Monday & Tuesday of Holy Week: 9:30 Mass
Wednesday of Holy Week – no Mass
Maundy Thursday: 8pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper, 9-11:45pm Watching time in Convent Chapel, 11:45pm Night Prayer in Convent Chapel
Good Friday: 10am Children’s Stations of the Cross; 3pm Good Friday Liturgy
Easter Time
Holy Saturday: Easter Vigil 8:30pm
Easter Sunday: 10:30am Mass (no 6pm Mass)
Easter Monday: 10am Mass