Sunday 20th June

Join us for our Virtual Service this Sunday (from 9am). 
(There will be NO Zoom tea or coffee for the next few weeks)

✅  Click here for our virtual service
✅  Click here to subscribe to our YouTube channel

Each Sunday we will be holding a physical service at 10.30am in the church for which we need ALL attendees to register online for contact/tracing purposes.
✅ Click here to register your details for Sunday services in June and Sunday 4th July
This week’s Bible readings: 1 Samuel 17: 32-49, 2 Corinthians 6.1-13, Mark 4: 35-41

Our Sunday virtual services, Youth Group (Accelerate), Den@Ten, and weekly Bible Studies will all continue online until the end of June.

LAST CHANCE to come to Holy Trinity Church from 11.30am this Sunday 20th of June for a Summer Sale of secondhand books, jams & curds, and cakes & bakes. ✅ Click here to find out more

  • by Jenni
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  • 18th June 2021

Sunday 13th June

Join us for our Virtual Service this Sunday (from 9am). 
(There will be NO Zoom tea or coffee for the next few weeks)
✅  Click here for our virtual service
✅  Click here for our YouTube channel

Each Sunday we will be holding a physical service at 10.30am in the church for which we need ALL attendees to register online for contact/tracing purposes.
✅ Click here to register your details for Sunday services in June and Sunday 4th July

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!
✅ Click here to join Den@Ten on Sunday

  • by Jenni
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  • 11th June 2021

Calling all Gardening and DIY Enthusiasts!

☀️ Don’t miss a great opportunity to volunteer at church on what promises to be a gloriously sunny afternoon THIS SUNDAY 13th June at 13h00! (Bring a picnic to have in the garden if you are coming to church or the cake/bake/book/jam sale)

🌿 Amongst other things, we will be pruning, checking/clearing ground-level drains, and unblocking certain gutters (only for volunteers with previous experience of ladder work)

 All ages most welcome for this super socially-distanced, family-friendly activity!

😷 Please bring a facemask, suitable clothes & footwear, gardening gloves, a snack & drink, picnic & rug, sunhat & suncream, and, if you have them (please label with your name), a bucket and trowel, a large flat screwdriver, a battery torch, an endoscope-type camera for Smartphone, a short or long pruning saw, and a hard hat and goggles.

We are also looking for some VOLUNTEERS FOR TWO CHURCH SPECIAL PROJECTS coming up:

– people with carpentry experience, to construct a trapdoor.
– people with decorating experience, to paint a small room.

Please make yourselves known to Adrian Parr, thank you.

  • by Jenni
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  • 9th June 2021

Sunday 6th June

Join us for our Virtual Trinity Service this Sunday (from 9am). There will be NO Zoom tea or coffee for the next few weeks.
✅  Click here for our virtual service
✅  Click here for our YouTube channel

Each Sunday we will be holding a physical service at 10.30am in the church for which we need ALL attendees to register online for contact/tracing purposes.
Click here to register your details for Sunday services in June

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!
✅ Click here to join Den@Ten on Sunday
  • by Jenni
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  • 4th June 2021

SEL (Service d’Entraide et de Liaison)

SEL (Service d’Entraide et de Liaison) is part of Compassion International and runs a sponsored children scheme.

At Holy Trinity we have supported this organisation for many years and we currently sponsor two children. We are committed to writing to the children, praying for them and sending a fixed amount of money for each of them to pay for their education.

Holy Trinity currently sponsors 10 year old Maria from Burkina Faso (photo below).

Andro from Indonesia is now 18 and has just left the scheme, we sponsored him for 10 years.

We have now been allocated another child, Jelita, who is also from Indonesia. She is ten years old.

We receive regular letters from the children, as well as photos and other information on their development.

It costs 37 euros/month to sponsor a child.

Further information available from Rachel Ischoffen or Sylvaine Hughes.

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10 year old Maria from Burkina Faso is one of the children sponsored by Holy Trinity Church
  • by Jenni
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  • 4th June 2021

French Residency Support Project for UK Nationals

Following Brexit, the British government created a fund for UK Nationals in Europe to provide practical support for those who may have difficulty in completing their application for residency. 

In France, UK nationals must make their residency applications by June 30 2021.
Click here for information on the support fund for France

The Diocese in Europe is one of the four organisations selected to provide support in France with online services available across France for those applying for residency under the Withdrawal Agreement. There is a website with an online inquiry system and a helpline:
www.frenchresidencysupport.org
Helpline: 05 32 80 00 05
Monday to Friday: 09:30 -12:00 & 13:30 – 16:00
Saturday: 09:30 – 12:00

  • by Jenni
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  • 28th May 2021

Cap Esperance Association

Holy Trinity Outreach supports….

In 1995 the French association Cap Espérance opened the children’s home in the village of Grasi, Latvia and has sheltered more than 150 abandoned children often in great distress.
Today, thirty children of all ages live in four houses and teenagers of 17 and above are housed in two flats.
Local social services from all over the country but particularly from Riga, the capital of Latvia, contact the children’s home for support and protection.  In recent years more often three or four siblings have needed shelter and care.
Over the years, we have developed an approach which is both global and individual. A thorough health check-up is undertaken on arrival and ongoing psychological follow-up sessions are implemented to rehabilitate each child.
The Cap Esperance Association also seeks foster families in France to welcome and house a child for a month every summer. From past experience, the benefits are huge and fluency in French is often the result.
In recent years, professional artists come to Grasi to encourage art as a form of therapy and this has been very beneficial for the personal development of each child.
During the Covid 19 crisis, schools in Latvia have been closed and the children have been obliged to stay on the spot in the Grasi children’s home. The playground which was financed and built by Holy Trinity Church Maisons Laffitte in November 2020 has been even more appreciated during these difficult times.
We would like to thank everyone at HTCML for their generosity and kindness for which we at the Grasi children’s home are truly grateful.

  • by Jenni
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  • 28th May 2021

Trinity Sunday 30th May

ONLINE CHURCH

Join us for our Virtual Trinity Service this Sunday (available from 9am), and come for tea or coffee via Zoom around 11.15am:
✅  Click here for our virtual service
✅  Click here for our YouTube channel
✅  Click here for Zoom tea or coffee

ONSITE CHURCH

On Sundays we will be holding a physical service at 10.30am in the church for which we need ALL attendees to pre-register online for contact/tracing
🖱️ Click here to register for the 10.30am service on Sunday 30th May

DEN@TEN

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!
✅ Click here to join Den@Ten on Sunday

  • by Jenni
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  • 27th May 2021
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