NEWS AND ARRANGEMENTS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK
OPENING OF CHURCH FOR WORSHIP AND PRIVATE PRAYER
We are now offering a simple communion service in church each Sunday at 8.30 am and Wednesday at 10.45 am. Do please note and observe the following:
a face covering will need to be worn in church
please observe appropriate social distancing
use hand sanitisation as instructed
do not attend if you are in vulnerable group or have any symptoms or contact with someone who has
if you are in any doubt contact Mark before attending (email@example.com)
communion will be distributed in one kind (the bread wafer), and will be brought to you at your seat.
In the meantime online services and daily reflections will continue for the foreseeable future (see below).
Holy Trinity will continue to be open for private prayer on Wednesday mornings from 9.00 am to 10.30 am.
We are producing short services and reflections on YouTube - they can be accessed at any time by clicking HERE or on the YouTube link (the red button) at the bottom of this page. You can find two services each Sunday, posted at 10.45 am and 7.00 pm, and daily short reflections on Bible readings for the day from Monday to Saturday, posted at 9.00 am.
If you have more time on your hands, you might also wish to follow our series of "Experiencing God" videos posted on YouTube a few years ago and still available on the same button.
WHATSAPP 'CHATS WITH GOD' and EMAIL PRAYER CHAIN
You are invited to join 'Chats with God', our continuing prayer-sharing thread on WhatsApp. Please message Sue on 07920 858673 or Sylvia on 07872 314103 if you wish to be added to the group.
In addition, Geraldine Foster is co-ordinating a new email prayer chain. If you would like to find out more please email Mark (firstname.lastname@example.org) and he will pass your details to Geraldine.
We are accepting Foodbank donations when the church is open on Wednesdays and Sundays (see times above). Waitrose, Tesco and Spar (Harington Road) are also collecting Foodbank donations in-store. Suggested items: jars of baby food, tinned meat, tinned fruit, tinned vegetables, jars of jam, tinned rice and other puddings, sugar, rice, fruit juice, long-life milk, toilet rolls, miscellaneous treats.
Alternatively, you can make a money donation via Liverpool Football Club: click HERE.
If you are in need of a food bank voucher, for instance if you are facing a significant change in income or are awaiting benefits, please let Mark know (email@example.com).
We really like the prayer and Bible reading resources at Lectio 365; you can find them here:
Another Bible Study resource we recommend is the Bible Project:
FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
Vicky Higgins, a clinical psychologist and a member of our congregation, has produced some great short videos with tips on sustaining emotional well being. You can find them on our YouTube channel (click the red button below).
Emily (Mark and Sam’s daughter) has done some story telling for children, you can find them here:
And here some more ideas from Tim (Mark and Sam’s son-in-law) for older children:
Do please let us know if you wish to suggest other ways in which we can continue to serve our congregations and the local community in these "troublous times". Contact Mark as above.
Last updated: 02/08/2020