Welcome to Holy Trinity Parish.

Records of the parish of Holy Trinity date back as far as the 1830s. There was a Roman Catholic presence in the area long before that.

Street names like Friary Road, not to mention The Friary itself (now private residencies) are ample evidence of monastic ministry during the middle ages.

The current building was consecrated in 1979 and is situated adjacent to Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School along with the Community & Partnership Centre which was opened in 2005. This is a replacement for the church in Parliament Street which still holds fond memories for older parishioners.

Current news items...

Holy Year 2016: Jubilee of Mercy

The Holy Door of St Peter’s in Rome has been opened as a mark of the special nature of the year ahead for the Church. The Holy Door in our own Cathedral has similarly been broken open, in communion with that of St Peter’s. What does the Jubilee of Mercy mean for us? What does it mean for our Parish? Find out more...

Coming event: '24 hours for the Lord'  4th/5th March

Jubilee of Mercy
Sign Up to become a V.I.P.

Our Parish has always been a living, vibrant community. Help to keep it this way by getting involved!

There are many ways you can become involved - read how...

Parish Groups, here's how to help yourselves..

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12-18s: this is for you

We have many opportunities in our parish community for you to share your talents and be of service to others. Become a Youth V.I.P. and gain much for yourself whilst contributing to the life of our community. Find out more...

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Diocesan news...

Bishop Patrick says ...

Bishop Patrick has made the following appointments, with effect from the week beginning Monday 22nd May 2017: Fr. David Cain Parish Priest of St. Alban’s, Derby. Fr. Paul Chipchase Episcopal Vicar for Finance and Administration - Parish Priest of Holy Cross, Hucknall. Canon Jonathan Cotton Assistant Vocations Director and Chaplain to The Briars Catholic Youth Retreat Centre. Resident as Assistant Priest in Our Lady and St. Edward’s, St. Anne’s. Fr. Raphael Imoni Assistant Parish Priest of the parishes of St. Philip Neri, Mansfield; St. Joseph’s, Shirebrook; St. Bernadette’s, Bolsover; St. Theresa’s, Market Warsop; Fr. Matthew Jakes Parish Priest of St. Hugh of Lincoln, Lincoln. Fr. John Kyne Parish Priest of the parishes of St. Philip Neri, Mansfield; St. Joseph’s Shirebrook; St. Bernadette’s, Bolsover; St. Theresa’s, Market Warsop; Fr. John Martin Chaplain to the Sick and Retired Clergy and Parish Priest of Our lady of Perpetual Succour, Bulwell, Nottingham. Fr. Gerry Murphy Parish Priest of St. Anne’s, Buxton. Fr. Paul Newman Vocations Director and Parish Priest of Our Lady and St. Edward’s, St. Anne’s, Nottingham. I am grateful to all the above for their generosity of spirit in accepting their new appointments, and for the good work they have done, and continue to do, in their present ministry. In addition, I would like to thank Fr. Frank Carvill who will retire at the same time that these new appointments are made, for his almost forty-six years of service in active ministry within the Diocese and for now kindly agreeing to offer holiday cover in parishes in retirement. Yours sincerely, The Right Reverend Patrick McKinney Bishop of Nottingham Read more..

Liturgy Link

Today's Liturgy:


The Extraordinary Year of Jubilee

The announcement – Calendar of events – reflections – Pope Francis

Holy Year website



By post:
The Presbytery,
Boundary Road,
Newark NG24 4AU.
Parish Priest:
Tel. 01636-704936.
Tel. 01636-704936.
Community centre enquiries:
Tel. 01636-704936.
For any website issues: email

Sunday Mass times:

  7:00pm Saturday vigil;
10:00am Sunday;
  6:30pm Sunday


Holy Trinity Academy Newark website

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