In the light of government and national church advice around “non-essential contact” we have announced that public services will be suspended until further notice. To be clear, this means that the 9am, 1045 and 630pm services at Holy Trinity will not be happening. Neither will there be a service at 1030am in Radbrook or 11am on the Meole Estate. We have also made the sad but necessary decision to stop almost all midweek activities, groups and ministries. Whilst the Trinity Centre and Cafe remain open for the time being their activities will be scaled back.
What might we be doing as a church?
Now is the time, more than ever, to show God’s love for the world. We are being invited to be a “church for all, not just the church for ourselves.” If you are able we urge you to get involved yourselves in some of the neighbourhood projects seeking to support those whoa re housebound, shop for those who are self-isolating, and to join in what is already happening near you. And where possible we will continue our work in the community.
Livestreaming Sunday services
We will make every effort for there to be a livestreamed act of worship from Holy Trinity Church every Sunday morning at 10.30am. This will bed led by a very small group of people, and we will make a service sheet available online and livestream that via our Facebook page.
Some further resources
We recognise for the next ways in which we are doing and being church are going to look very different.