snow on the south of the church

All are welcome to join us at our services!  

Mothering Sunday is Sunday 10 March.  We look forward to seeing you at our 9.45am service.

Mothering Sunday

Holy Trinity Church is a beauiful and historic church set in the heart of Bramley village in Surrey.

Church from front

If you are looking for a church that is slick and professional, that is probably not us (!)  We are - in many ways - a fragile community, but:“My grace is sufficient for you, for power is made perfect in weakness.” (2 Corinthians 12:9)  We have had a difficult time in recent years, but with God's help, we are seeking to be loving and faithful. "What does the Lord require of you? Only this: to act justly, love tenderly, and to walk humbly with your God." (Micah 6:8) On Sundays, our 8am worship is a quiet and traditional Book of Common Prayer service of Holy Communion and at our 9.45am sung Communion service, adults and children worship together. Children (with a parent/carer) are welcome to go to the Children's Chapel during services and play with the toys and books there.

Holy Trinity church building and chuchyard are open 7 days a week for personal prayer and reflection  from 9.00am - 5.00pm daily. 

Find out more about our services by clicking on Our Services.  If you miss a service, you can watch it later by visiting our Recordings of Services page or you can listen to a podcast of the sermon from our Podcasts page.


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The Rev'd Andy Davis BSc, BD has moved to Portsmouth Diocese, to become Interim Priest-in-Charge (initial 3-year appointment) of the Meon Valley Parishes – based at St Barnabas Church, Swanmore. 


Our Area Dean Roy, churchwardens Sue Oldrey and Catherine Smith and the Revd Graham Smith are now providing for our regular services and looking after other aspects of parish life.


Contact our parish administrator by email: office@holytrinitybramley.org.uk  If you need to contact someone urgently, please contact our Churchwardens Suzanne Oldrey and Catherine Smith.

Visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/HolyTrinityBramley/ 

Visit our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/@holytrinitybramley/videos

Holy Trinity Church is situated in the centre of the village of Bramley, which lies about 3 miles south of Guildford on the A281 main road from Guildford to Horsham near the crossroads with Station Road and Snowdenham Lane. The church is on the opposite side of the road to the Jolly Farmer pub.

To read our latest news, please click on Our News and/or to download an order of service click here and/or to watch recordings of services click here and/or to listen to podcasts of sermons click here.

Parking in Bramley is free - the main village car park is situated by the library.

For SATNAV purposes, the post code is GU5 0HD. You can find us on Google maps:


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