The Chapel at Trinity Hospital

A place for quiet reflection and prayer

The Chapel at Trinity Hospital was dedicated by the Bishop of Leicester, Thomas Butler, in April 1995. It is a small intimate space where there is a weekly Eucharist celebrated. It is, also, open all the time, for anyone who wishes to use it as a place for personal quiet, reflection and prayer.

The weekly Eucharist is celebrated at 09:00 every Saturday (except Holy Saturday, when it is transferred to Easter Sunday) and anyone who wishes is welcome to attend and participate in this act of worship. The Saturday celebration allows residents who wish to attend another Church on a Sunday to do so. Twice a year – on Trinity Sunday and for the Christmas Carol Service, the Chapel is opened up to extend into the upper lounge, to allow more people to attend.

The Chaplain is available for anyone, of any faith, or no faith, who wishes to contact him.

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