Digital Church

In these unprecedented times, many of us are concerned and anxious as a result of the coronavirus pandemic but we are not withour a refuge and hope.
Psalm 46:1 says  “God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.”

Let us Commit to Connect with God through repentance and faith, may we experience God’s faithfulness and His Holy Spirit helping us in these days.

Due to the recent rate of increase in Covid 19 infection all in Church worship has been suspended by the Church of Ireland Bishops until 6th February 2021, subject to review in late January. As always we will still have a short service, available to watch and listen to here, or through our Facebook page, or by telephone.

Previous services

Second Sunday of Christmas
First Sunday of Christmas
Christmas Day

Also now by telephone……… Our Sunday Service is now available for those who don’t have internet access. Parishioners can listen to the service on their telephone, landline or mobile, by calling 028 9152 0123.

Bishop David’s New Year Address

Calls will be charged at the standard network rate, but for many people, calls to this number may be included in their network package. The service will be available from 11am each Sunday and will be available throughout the week, until it’s replaced by the next service the following Sunday.  Join us in prayer on Tuesday.

Lockdown Journeys

Readings and texts from the Book of Common Prayer


We’re located on Seahill Road, County Down, just off the A2:

The Vicar

 Revd Catherine Simpson 


If you would like to support the work of Holy Trinity Glencraig please assist us by downloading and completing a Gift Aid declaration form and thank you for your contribution. Gift-Aid-Declaration

Please also get in touch with us using this form:

Alternatively you can send us an email or give us a call:


Telephone (vicarage):
028 9042 1691

Find us on Facebook and YouTube

Privacy statement