Holy Trinity Church, Maisons-Laffitte

The Pewsheet

Diary : Next Two Weeks

Weekly Prayer

Prayer Meeting during term-time on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, Morning and Evening Prayer will be led by Olaf in the main Church building at 08h00 (Morning Prayer) and 18h00 (Evening Prayer)

Additionally, on Tuesdays and Thursdays the main church gate and building will be unlocked from 08h00 to 18h30 for anyone who wishes to spend a moment in quiet reflection and prayer

Sunday Services

09:15am - Morning Eucharist

10:30am - Sung Communion with Childrens groups and creche

Sunday Services - 1st Sunday of Month

09:15am - Morning Eucharist

10:30am - All age worship

Items for the pew sheet should be sent to the before Wednesday evening.

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Home Groups

New members are always welcome

Our regular (weekly or fortnightly) home groups are listed below.

Everyone is welcome to attend any or all of these groups. (no prior knowledge is assumed or necessary).

Mondays

Home group in Marly-le-Roi Twice a month details from Jean and Max Genock(refreshments, study session and prayer)

Tuesdays

Fortnightly Bible Study in Le Vésinet, the group meet on alternate Tuesdays from 9.30 - 11.30: (details: Patrica Burkhard). Next meeting 18 September

New members always welcome!

Home group in Le Vésinet/Chatou : Every second Tuesday details from Claudia Parr or the Chaplain

Thursdays

Thursday morning: 9.30 Prayers & 10.30 Bible Study in Maison Laffite. Come to either or both!, weekly: Ilona Wicker

First Sunday of each month, from 10.00 - 11.00 am in the Trinity Hall

Next meetings on 5 Feburary, 5 March and 5 April


We believe that Bridging the Gap provides a valuable opportunity for fellowship and should continue. To enable people from both the early service and All Age Worship to come, we have decided to meet from 10a.m. onwards on the first Sunday in the month in Trinity Hall. Drop in and join us for a cup of tea or coffee and a chance to get to know one another better, as we put into practice Paul's recommendation to 'encourage one another, build one another up'.

We believe that Bridging the Gap provides a valuable opportunity for fellowship and should continue. To enable people from both the early service and All Age Worship to come, we usually meet 10a.m. onwards on the first Sunday in the month in Trinity Hall. Drop in and join us for a cup of tea or coffee and a chance to get to know one another better, as we put into practice Paul's recommendation to 'encourage one another, build one another up'.

More information from Edith Briard

Announcements

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Opportunity for Service

Please see Fiona Dabas, Jenni Gibson or or e mail the if you might be able to volunteer one week to:

  • serve tea and coffee after the church service (no need to set everything up, just serving)
  • buy flowers to put in the vases behind the altar (no experience in flower arranging is necessary, and money is available for purchasing the flowers)
  • Permanent Notices

    Church Office, on line calendar and e newsletter

    There is an e mail to contact the church office via the . Telephone number remains the same as 01 39 62 34 97

    Any notices for the pew sheet should be sent to this email address by Wednesday evening at the latest. Jenni Gibson will be present in the office on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, and on Wednesday afternoons, and can be contacted by email or phone.

    There is an on line Holy Trinity Church calendar. You can also subscribe to this calendar by adding a new calendar subscription to your electronic device (which can easily be removed if need be):HTCML public events (ical), HTCML public events (xml)

    If you haven't already received it and would like to be on the email list for our new fortnightly eNewsletter with information on various church and community events, please give Jenni your email address after church, or via email

    Prayer net

    If you have any prayer concerns, please tell one the chaplain or Edith Briard. if you would like to take part in the Prayer net please speak to Edith.

    CSN, the Cancer Support Network

    is a group of people in our community who feel it is important to support those who are affected by cancer (some of us have actually been through all this). Our aim is to listen in confidentiality and to support in prayer and fellowship. You can contact us All communications are strictly private and, if preferred, can remain anonymous.

    Expense claims

    Due to the requirements of the French the French tax authorities, in future all claims for expenses must be submitted on an official claim form available as an excel or pdf file or by email from Simon Tenant or as a printed form to be found in an envelope in the Treasurers tray in the Church office.

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