Holy Trinity, Rolleston with Fiskerton
Part of the West Trent Benefice
Rolleston Church has been here for over 1000 years and has provided a centre for celebrations at times of great joy and for comfort at times of great sorrow.
Everybody, of all denominations, is always welcome to come and worship at Holy Trinity. The times of services are listed on the notice board at the church gate also shows the time of the next Sunday service
How to contact us:
Vicar: The Reverend Philip White M.A.
Telephone 01636 830406
Mobile: 0772 0010066
The Vicarage, Southwell Road, Thurgarton, Notts NG14 7GP
Phil’s day off is Wednesday
Parishes Administrator: Paula Carlin
Administrator for Rev'd Phil White
Benefice of West Trent
Phil is Vicar of The Four Tons Benefices and The Trent Group of Benefices. This covers the villages of Rolleston, Fiskerton, Morton, Upton, Bleasby, Thurgarton, Halloughton and Hoveringham.
Peter Salter Tel: 01636 819197 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bryan Northcote Tel: 01636 812579 email@example.com
Reader: Elizabeth Blakey
Treasurer: Peter Salter
For enquiries about the church archives and registers contact firstname.lastname@example.org 01636 831165
Tower captain: Bryan Northcote, details as above
For the Vicar’s latest news letter in the Tons Tatler, click here to be redirected
Our Mission Statement
To be the living body of Christ in the Parish
As part of the ongoing mission of the church we aim to be open and welcoming to all and engaging with them through worship, community involvement corporately and individually. To this end the preaching and teaching ministry of the church will continue to encourage and develop the latent gifts of all, in line with the Diocesan Mission Template: Discerning God, Valuing People, Serving the Community and Enabling Change
The church is usually unlocked during the day. If you are travelling some way, you may wish to check by contacting the churchwardens or vicar by phone, who will make arrangements to meet you or leave the church unlocked.
The Church organises regular events in the village, and there is an active group of bellringers, who always welcome new members and those who would like to try bellringing, as well as visitors to their practice night on Wednesdays at 7.30pm
|Other Records and Links|
|Archbishop Herring's Return 1743|
|Constable and Churchwarden Accounts|