In our virtual service this Sunday we will be listening to Jesus' call to the disciples, and to us, of "Follow me!" inMark 1:14-20. Join our virtual service at 10.30am (available from 9am), and join us for Zoom tea or coffee from 11.15am:
Join us for a short, socially-distanced service of Holy Communion each Friday at 11:30am at Holy Trinity Church. No sign-up needed, just come along.
Bible Study on Psalms - Tuesdays@10.30am & Wednesdays@8pm
Join us via Zoom on Tuesdays@10.30am or Wednesdays@8pm. Next week we are looking at God our REFUGE and our ROCK in Psalm 16. All are welcome to join using these Zoom links: ✅Tuesdays @ 10.30am ✅Wednesdays @ 8pm
Do you have a favourite Psalm? What makes it so special? Please send an email to Nancy Huguet by March 3rd if you would like to share your favourite Psalm in the upcoming issue of Trinity Times. Thank you!
Everyone is invited by the Diocese in Europe Environmental Offices to a Zoom meeting on Wednesday 27th January at 7pm on reducing plastic waste - click here for full details - this was the top environmental concern among our community pinpointed in the online survey carried our last year, so we hope several people will be able to attend.
Don't forget you can send us an email if you know of someone in need of practical help or an encouraging phone call, and if you are not in a position to help - we can and we will! We have a team of people who can deliver shopping or phone for support. Please check in with elderly and vulnerablechurch family and neighbours in particular. You can call, text or WhatsApp us on 07 67 07 77 20.
If you aren't already a member of our church's Planned Giving Scheme, in the absence of physical church services, if you would like to make a financial gift to Holy Trinity Church, you can either post a cheque or set up a one-off/monthly bank transfer to the church or use ourHelloAsso online giving page.
* tax receipts for French tax-payers are provided in both cases. We are very grateful for any donations at this time, as we know that we are all financially impacted by the coronavirus crisis.