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 now fully recovered will be able to
contact you by phone.
Donations may be left at Holy Trinity
School, 9-4, Mon-Fri (just buzz at
pedestrian gate to be let in) or at the
Vicarage. These are all the more necessary in these
Covid times. Please help. Thank you.
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.
Callers will hear a special greeting from the Archbishop
of Canterbury before being able to choose from a
range of options, including Prayer during the Day and
Night Prayer updated daily, from Common Worship,
and a recording of the Church of England’s weekly
national online service.
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 Fr Julian will be hosting a
virtual Sunday coffee morning at 11.00am. If
you’d like to join in please email him at
VE Day Thank you, Fr Julian, for organising
the VE day service and subsequent Zoom teaparty.
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