Pastoral Care The clergy are not allowed to
make home visits, even with Holy
Communion, but pleased be assured that you
are all in their prayers. If there are any particular needs
you wish prayed for, please let them know by email. Fr
Adam is contacting as many as possible by phone.
Lend with care have decided to offer a
temporary pause on payments while
entrepreneurs deal with the impacts of the
Coronavirus pandemic. Trudi Watkins hopes this
agreeable to you all.
Off line Services There is a free national
phone line aimed particularly at the over
75’s who don’t have access to the internet.
Research indicates that some three million people –
particularly those in this age group have no, or very
irregular, access to the internet. The line will be available
24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044. It is a simple new way
to bring worship and prayer into people’s homes while
church buildings are closed.
On Line Services will continue to be streamed
daily at 10am (except Monday) and also on
Sundays at 6.30pm. Simon, our organist, is
very kindly providing accompaniment to the hymn, as
well as singing. Thank you, Simon! Please do join in.
Sunday Coffee One of the things we’re
missing is the opportunity to chat with friends,
such as we did in hall on Sundays. Would
anyone like to have a virtual coffee and chat on Sundays
at 11.00am? If you’d like to, please email Fr Julian
([email protected]) and he’ll try and set something
up (this technology malarkey has been a very steep
learning curve for him, as he could barely use a mobile
VE Day This year marks the 75th anniversary of
VE Day this Friday (8th). There will be a
streamed service at 2.00pm that day to help
mark this significant commemoration.
Donations of the usual kinds are all
the more necessary at the moment.
These can be left at Holy Trinity
School between 9 and 3 just buzz at
the pedestrian gate for access, or at the Vicarage. Thank
If you wish to include any items for the notice sheet
please contact Fr. Julian or email Rosie Clarke