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"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. 17 For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him."  John 3: 16-17

Join us for our virtual service this Sunday (available from 9am), and come for tea or coffee via Zoom from 11am:
✅  Click here for our virtual service
✅  Click here for our YouTube channel
✅  Click here for Zoom tea or coffee
⭐  We are happy to be able to hold two physical services of Holy Communion this Sunday morning at the NEW TIMES of 9.30am and 11am. (There will be no online sign-up, but we will have track and trace in place on-site.)
⭐  We continue with our midweek Holy Communion service next week which will now take place on THURSDAYS at 11.30am (rather than Fridays).
⭐  Our virtual services and Den@Ten will also continue on Sunday mornings.
In preparation for Holy Trinity Church’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) which will take place via Zoom on Sunday 18th April, I am revising and updating the Electoral Roll.  Only those whose names are on the Electoral Roll are eligible to vote at the AGM and, should they wish to do so, to be a candidate for Council membership. If you are uncertain whether you have registered or not, please click here to contact me. If you have not yet registered, I will send you a form for completion. The Church of England regulations state that only those who have registered a minimum of 14 days before the AGM takes place can participate in voting at the meeting.  The “cut-off” date to ensure eligibility is therefore Sunday 4th April (Easter Sunday).  Registration after that date is accepted but excludes you from being eligible to vote at this year's meeting.
We have another brilliant Zoom session for kids this Sunday morning at 10am - Den@Ten - for our Sunday Groups (and siblings & friends!) with music, games/activities, a Bible story and guaranteed fun! Do encourage your kids to join us at 10am this Sunday. See you there!
Click here to join Den@Ten on Sunday
A book For Lent - Living His Story
In Living His Story, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book 2021, Hannah Steele uncovers liberating and practical ways of sharing the gospel story afresh. With warmth and encouragement, She shows us how we can live Jesus’ story in our own lives simply by being the people God made us and allowing people to be drawn to him through our natural gifts. The book is widely available and there is also an e-reader format. If you would like a copy and you have any difficulty obtaining one, (for whatever reason) please get in touch with Charlotte.
We are following the book and the study guide in our Bible study groups, on Tuesday mornings  at 10:30am and Wednesday evenings at 8pm - everyone is very welcome to join.
⬇️ Click here to download the free study guide
 Zoom link for Tuesdays @ 10.30am
 Zoom link for Wednesdays @ 8pm
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 vulnerable church family and neighbours in particular. You can call, text or WhatsApp us on 07 67 07 77 20.

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