For more information regarding Baptism, Weddings or even Funeral services please contact the Parish Priest - Wendy Gravolin - click here for contact details
All three of our churches are available for weddings but Holy Trinity has a particular wedding ministry.
Being a heritage listed sandstone church in a beautiful setting, surrounded by the rolling Barrabool Hills just outside Geelong, Holy Trinity has been a popular choice for church weddings for 165 years.
If however you favour a Winchelsea wedding the impressive bluestone church of St Thomas' is also a good choice for your Church wedding ceremony.
Or if you are looking for a quaint little wooden church in a picturesque village then St Paul's Deans Marsh in the Otway Ranges would be perfect for your special day. One of the local wineries may be suitable for your reception.
A special lower wedding fee is available on request for couples who are members of one of our congregations.
On september the 28th 2014 Holy Trinity will be celebrating its 165th anniversary at 7pm with a special service we are calling,
"Trinity Babes, Brides and Blessings."
We plan to celebrate this achievement with a wedding themed service to be followed by supper. Concert pianist, John Bumford will give us a performance of wedding theme music Couples who choose to join in can renew their wedding vows. Why not come along and where your wedding gown? If it still fits!
Trinity Bride Photo Used with permission of Sally Mc Cann Photography and bride Liz McRae.
Baptism is primarily an initiation into the Christian faith and we welcome anyone who wants to explore the possibility of being baptised or having their children baptised at any of our three churches.
Our family friendly fourth Sunday services at Winchelsea and Holy Trinity have the goal of supporting families as they endeavour to teach their children the Christian faith.
Baptisms are held in church services on weeks other than the fourth Sunday each month after some initial preparation with the vicar.
Baptism photo used with permission of the baptism family, the Frasers, the God parents and the parents of all of the children included.