What's happening



Did You Get the Parish Newsletter?
If not, please contact Nicole in the parish office and ask for a copy to be emailed or posted. Click here.

Coronavirus (COVID-19).

A letter was sent on Thursday to all on the Parish Roll outlining our response to COVID-19. Please contact Nicole in the Parish Office if you did not get the letter. Click here.

Choral Evensong … tonight at 6:00 pm, followed by supper in Trinity Hall.

Kids’ Church … 4:00 pm today. St Patrick’s Day Fun: chasing “snakes” and making three-leaf clovers!

Lent Discussion Groups

… continue on Wednesdays: 10:00 am, St Michael’s, New Farm, with Sue and Melissa; and 7:00 pm, Holy Trinity, with Rodney. Please see today’s pew bulletin insert.

ABM Lent Appeal 

Envelopes are at the rear of the church. Gifts may be given at the usual offertory during the Mass. There are three different beneficiaries: details are on the envelopes.

Visit by Formation Students 

Some of Melissa’s colleagues who are training for ordained ministry at St Francis’ College, Milton, will join us for worship at 9:30 am next Sunday.

Quiet Morning (re-scheduled) 

Canon Nicki Colledge (Clayfield Parish) will lead a Quiet Day here on Saturday, 4 April, 9:30 am-1:00 pm, on “prayer spaces for Holy Week.” Prayer spaces are hands-on approaches to spiritual reflection and prayer. The sign-up list is on the greeters’ table.

Election Day BBQ 

While we continue to monitor present circumstances for gatherings and such, we shall still plan to run a BBQ on Saturday, 28 March. Please let Rodney know if you can help.

Brass and Linen 

Are you able to assist the wonderful volunteers of the brass division (meeting
monthly on Fridays) or linen division (on a fortnightly or monthly roster)?
Please contact Nicole in the office.

Please Pray This Week
…for the Brass Division and Linen Division of the Altar Guild; and for our Liturgical Assistants and sanctuary servers.
…for those who seek healing: Isobel Boreham, Dorothy Carley, Jenny Clark, Ruzica Jandrasec, Tony McLeod, Jean Mellors, Angela Reid, Robin Thiesfield and Peter Walsh.

... for the repose of the souls of Lily Kruse, Antoinette Ziemer, Ward Williams, William Gray, Isabel Bretz, Doris Coulston, Emilie Marsden, Eileen James, Agnes Gibson, Joscelyn Bracey, Stephen Bowers and Lily Clark..

Office Hours 

The parish office now opens Tuesdays to Fridays, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Midweek services  

Wednesday Evening Prayer (5:00 pm) and Thursday Mass (9:30 am) have now resumed. Second Wednesday there is a 10:00 am Mass at AVEO.



Bishops’ Statement on Human Sexuality and Marriage

Australian Anglican Bishops met last Wednesday to discuss ways forward on issues of human sexuality and marriage. A copy of the communique from that meeting is on the greeters’ table at the rear of the church.

UQ Study on “Teens Hopes and Dreams”

UQ is seeking to recruit triads of grandparents-parents-teens (with teens being in Years 10-12), for a research project on well-being, where there has been experience of long-term unemployment or no such experience. Please contact parentingteens@uq.edu.au to obtain information or make enquiries.

Worship at Holy Trinity

Every Sunday:
Mass at 7:30 am, 9:30 am (with choir),
11:30 am

3rd Sunday of the Month:
Choral Evensong at 6:00 pm (Feb.-Nov.)

Kid's Church 4:00 pm (in term time)

First Monday

Integrity Mass and dinner at 7:00 pm

Every Wednesday:
Morning Prayer at 9:00 am

Meditation at 12:15 pm 
Evening Prayer at 5:00 pm 

2nd Wednesday:

AVEO Mass at 10:00 am

Mass at 9:30 am 

Holy Trinity Virtual: www.trinityvalley.org.au and  facebook@holytrinityvalley
Holy Trinity Physical:

141 Brookes St, Fortitude Valley

PO Box 1220, Fortitude Valley Qld 4006

The Rev’d Prof Rodney Wolff


0426 287 283
Assistant Priest:

The Rev’d Sue Barker  curate@trinityvalley.org.au;

 0413 760 284)
Retired Priests:

The Rev’d Terry Booth

The Rev’d Tom Brown

The Rev’d Stephen Redhead
Parish Administrator:

Mrs Nicole Reardon


07 3852 1635
Parish Office Hours:

Tuesdays to Fridays,
9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Trinity Welfare Hours:

12:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Online Giving:

monies may be remitted to

BSB 704-901, a/c 00000200



IGA – Brunswick Street

IGA Marketplace Brunswick Street has recently added Trinity Centre Pantry as a beneficiary on their myIGA Card Program. Pick up a myIGA Card next time you are in the store and when you register it online, tick us as your community group you wish to support and for your points to accrue to. Then, every time you shop in the store and use your card, not only do you receive great discounts and member-only offers, you  are also helping to raise funds for us. We thank you for supporting this great program.

Car parking and lifts

We ask for those parishioners parking under the new building for Sunday services, please try to vacate when possible before 12 pm so that you can access the Church Centre lift to the car park. If you are leaving after 12 pm, please contact Roy to gain access to the lifts. A reminder please that you should park in bays with HT marked or the disabled parks and that children are not permitted to play in the car park.

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