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In our virtual service this Sunday we will be looking at the Gospel of John and thinking about listening to God. It would be great if as many people as possible could join our virtual service together at 10.30am, and join us for Zoom tea or coffee from 11.15am:
UPDATE: Said Holy Communion - Fridays @ 11:30am

It was agreed at Chaplaincy Council last Monday that we still cannot safely open the church on Sunday mornings as government and CofE guidelines mean that numbers are greatly restricted in our church building. We will review this decision in February.

However, from next week we will hold a short physical service of Holy Communion each Friday at 11:30am (no music or singing & normal covid restrictions).

By offering a midweek service, I feel that it will enable some ministry to take place at the church, and because of its timing, the numbers will naturally be lower. I know that this will not suit those of you who work, but if there is enough interest in having a mid-week service of Evening Prayer, I would be very pleased to offer that as well. Please contact me if that type of service would interest you.

Be assured that our virtual services will continue, and we are currently looking at ways to include more content for families and children in our virtual worship - please let us know if you are able to help with this.

Thank you so much for your patience and understanding; I long for the day when we can all meet together in person again!

Rev'd Charlotte Sullivan
Bible Study on the book of Psalms -
Tuesdays 10.30am & Wednesdays 8pm

The book of Psalms is the church's original prayer book, the book of the Bible we turn to in times of joy, sadness or when searching for help.
Many of the most comforting Bible verses that help sustain us, that we may have memorised, come from the Psalms: "Your word is a light unto my feet", "In peace I will lie down and sleep", "The Lord is my Shepherd", "The Lord is my light and my salvation, whom then shall I fear".
Would you like to know more about the book of Psalms? Would you like to delve into the Psalms and find out more about the context and the story behind them?
Then join us via Zoom on any Tuesday morning at 10.30am or on any Wednesday evening at 8pm. All are welcome to join using these zoom links:
 Click here to join on Tuesdays at 10.30am
Click here to join on Wednesdays at 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.
Are there daily patterns that help you to follow Jesus?
Stay in Touch!
Please click here from your phone to follow the link directly to the church's WhatsApp group which we invite our whole church family to join for extra support (and a few giggles) in these unusual times. We also encourage you to set up other WhatsApp, Facebook, text, email or other contact groups within your area to share, support & encourage one another.
Financial Giving
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 our HelloAsso 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.

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