Church of England Diocese of Bath & Wells Holy Trinity, Taunton

News from Church w.c. o7.02.21

4 Feb 2021, 12:15 a.m.
Church_news From_the_Vicar Community_news News_about_our_building Notices

Lockdown Please remember to take the
utmost care of yourselves and others when
attending worship in person. All 10am
weekday services will continue to be
streamed.

Parish Office During lockdown the office will
not be staffed, but calls and emails will be
picked up. For a quicker response, please
contact Fr Julian directly (01823
337890/ [email protected]).


Ash Wednesday There will be a public mass on
17 Feb to mark the beginning of Lent at 7.30pm.
Please, if you can, return your last year’s palm
crosses to the church before then. Thank you.
Outlook February's parish magazine is
available online under the parish's website. If
you cannot access it, please let Fr Julian know
and he will arrange for you to have a hard copy.
Five loaves, two fish - and a bag of
spuds Akulah Agbami is involved in the
preparation of up to 300 food parcels for
vulnerable children in the half term holidays. Thank you
for the very significant donations already made. Today is
the last chance to donate; please let Fr Julian have any cash to pass on.

Thank you Geraint Jones for playing again this
week, whilst Stephen Price, our new organist,
completes his move from Herefordshire.


Neil Trood RIP Neil’s coffin will received into
Holy Trinity on Monday 22 February in
readiness for his funeral the following day at
11.00am. Because of restrictions, attendance will be for
family only, but the service will be streamed.

Lockdown Helpline If you’re finding lockdown
tough, then Premier Life Line is the National
Christian helpline. It is open 9 am to midnight
on 0300 111 0101 and offers a listening ear, someone to
talk to plus emotional and spiritual support. You may find
it helpful while we are all in Lockdown. Keep safe.

Jigsaw Puzzles Please feel to borrow any
jigsaws from the back of church. If you can
have some you could donate to the 'library',
that'd be very helpful. Jigsaws may be donated or
returned to the pew against the back wall.