Due to the dramatic increase of Covid infections this week, and following government guidelines, the Chaplain and church wardens have decided that it is in the best interest of the congregation to cancel the Harvest BBQ scheduled for tomorrow. We are very saddened to have to make this decision, especially at such short notice, but we feel we have a duty of care, especially to the vulnerable within our community.
Unfortunately, we have already bought the food for the BBQ, so if you would like to buy perishable items after the church service tomorrow (especially salad ingredients) we would be very grateful for any money donated.
The Centenary Celebration for Holy Trinity Church is also now under review. Watch this space for an update.
Please bring some non-perishable food or toiletry items to donate to the Secours Catholique food bank who distribute goods locally to people in need (“in date” please, and no rice or pasta, they already have lots!).
We invite all who are able to come to our socially distant Welcome Barbecue Lunch on Sunday 20th September at 12.30pm. Free entrance, with a donations basket for contributions. Please register your interest by filling in this form, though everyone is warmly invited, even if you turn up at the last minute, and please do think about inviting a friend or a colleague! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Also on Sunday 20th September we will celebrate Harvest together. Please bring some non-perishable food or toiletry items to donate to the Secours Catholique food bank who distribute goods locally to people in need (“in date” please, and no rice or pasta, they already have lots!).
Lastly, we will be having a sale of jam, marmalade and curd on the 20th September. Please bring any jam you may have made over the summer to sell, and let us know if you need jam jars, we have LOTS!
As we would like to prioritise the All Age service for families with children (who have not be able to attend church since March) we would be most grateful if, for this week, individuals or couples without children who wish to come to church would instead try to attend the 9h15 service or our final summer 18h00 Sunday Zoom Service.
We hope to resume our physical Sunday School groups (for 3-11’s) from next week – more details to follow. Youth Group (11-18’s) resumes tomorrow (Thursday) evening at 7.15pm via Zoom, email email@example.com for details.
Throughout July and August, we invite you to join us each Sunday evening at 18h00 for a short Zoom service including liturgy, music, prayer and the sermon given at the Holy Communion service held at church in the morning.