He is risen indeed – Alleluia!

Even in our separation from each other, we greatly rejoice in our unity and new life in the risen Christ! A big thank you to everyone who has contributed to making our Holy Week and Easter Sunday’s services a special time of drawing closer to God and to each other, despite our current circumstances (you know who you are!). And special thanks to our locum minister, Reverend John Murray, whose patience, love, gentleness and wisdom (and YouTube skills!) have shone even more brightly throughout the past week!

Here are the resources for our Easter Sunday service:

It would be great if as many people as possible could start watching our video service together at 10.30am, and do join us for a Zoom apéritif or tea/coffee afterwards.

Some songs to accompany this week’s service are below:

  • by Jenni
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  • 12th April 2020

The Way of the Cross

For this Good Friday at home, here are some resources you can use:
The Way of the Cross – Good Friday Service

Some songs to accompany this week’s service are below:

Some reflective organ music recorded by Joan is here:

  • by Jenni
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  • 10th April 2020

Holy Week

Monday 6th April

Tuesday 7th April

Wednesday 8th April

Maundy Thursday

  • Holy Communion at home (Reverend John Murray) – details coming soon

Good Friday

  • 8pm – The Way of the Cross – details coming soon
    If you would be willing to join in a live Zoom service and read a part of the Passion, please send us an email

Holy Saturday

  • Morning Prayer – details coming soon

Easter Sunday

  • 10.30am Morning Worship Service
    (possibly via Zoom, but can be watched later too)
    Link & details to follow soon
  • by Jenni
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  • 4th April 2020

Sunday 22nd March

Despite the current lockdown situation, Holy Trinity Church has authorisation to be open this Sunday morning (for up to 20 people maximum) from 9.15am to 10.30am for silent prayer, and from 10.30am to 11.45am with quiet organ music, for anyone who wishes to pray (respect the “safe distance” of 1.50m and keep strictly to the recommended hygiene protocols).

For this Sunday at home, here are some resources you can use:

Some songs to accompany this week’s service are below:

  • by Jenni
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  • 21st March 2020

Lastest COVID-19 information

Last night the President announced stricter conditions on movement in France. Here is the link to the form you will need to fill in from midday today if you need to be outside for any reason (apart from in your garden, if you’re lucky enough to have one!). Luckily, helping vulnerable people is a justifiable reason. So we will be able to continue doing that, while respecting hygiene recommendations & a safe 1m distance.

Call 0 800 130 000 if you have a doubt about a valid reason for being outside.

(Comment below if you need some printed forms, we will deliver them to you)

https://mobile.interieur.gouv.fr/Actualites/L-actu-du-Ministere/Attestation-de-deplacement-derogatoire

  • by Jenni
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  • 17th March 2020

Latest COVID-19 Information

Click here for our latest eNewsletter in full.

In response to Thursday evening’s announcement by President Emmanuel Macron, and in order to protect the most vulnerable members of our church family by slowing the rapid spread of the Covid-19 virus, our Locum Ministers, Church Wardens and Church Council have agreed that there will be no services at church on Sunday 15th March (as is the case for most churches in the Paris area), however the church will be open from 9am to 12pm on Sunday morning for anyone who wishes to come to pray or talk together*.

Furthermore, it has been decided to suspend all of the children’s groups that meet at the church until further notice (Little Fishes, Sunday Groups, Youth Group, Trinity English School, Scouts and Guides, Easter Mini-Club etc.), and also to postpone our upcoming Annual General Meeting (Sunday 29th March) until a later date.

In these extreme times, let us all make an extra effort to keep in touch with each other by phone, email, text, whatsapp etc., to talk and pray, to find out how people are, to help each other practically where possible, and encourage each other. Meeting physically in small low-risk, symptom-free groups is also ok*.

For this Sunday, here are some resources you can use at home:

Some songs that were planned for this week’s service are below:

* when meeting together physically, please respect the “safe distance” of 1m and keep to the recommended hygiene protocols (hand-washing, cough/sneeze into single use tissue or elbow etc.)

  • by Jenni
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  • 14th March 2020
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