- Nelson Place
The Parish Church of Broadstairs
This Church has faithfully offered prayer and worship to God since 1830, inspired by the Oxford Movement and we welcome you to join with us.
Our main Sunday Service is at 10 am every week. Click on the 'Worship' link above for more details.
Canterbury Diocese e-bulletin
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Holy Trinity Church is the Parish Church of Broadstairs on the north east Kent coast. Originally a daughter church of St. Peter in Thanet , the present building dates from 1830, with 1925 additions in an Italianate style, creating a very large open space with wonderful acoustics.
Our liturgy is firmly Anglican, with an underlying catholic spirituality and catholic ceremonial - incense is used every Sunday morning, and we enjoy processions on feast days.
The parish priest, Father David Roper, was appointed in January 2008. He was appointed Honorary Canon of Canterbury in March 2009 and is a Surrogate for Marriages.
Fr. Stefan Thomas was ordained Priest here at Advent 2012, and continues his work at Chatham House Grammar School in addition to his parish ministry.
Broadstairs Group Ministry
Holy Trinity forms part of the Broadstairs Group Ministry alongside St Peter-in-Thanet and St Andrew's Reading Street and shares some aspect of ministry.