15
Nov 2020
Weekly dial-a-church is back

These last few months have seen us trying out various ways of doing and being church online, as many of us have been becoming Facebook experts and “Zoom ninjas”. But now – particularly for those without access to all the latest gadgets – we are pleased to say that our weekly “dial-a-service” is back for those who want to pick up the phone. We are recording the weekly phone church from our Saturday evening “six o’clock live”, our daily early evening gathering when we meet to pray, hear scripture, reflect and enjoy worshipping together. Saturday evening’s will include a song or two, a reading from the Bible and a reflection, and some prayers. For those on Facebook they’ll get sight and sound, and for those listening in the days......

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02
Nov 2020
November. Welcome to Lockdown 2.0?

Like me you’ll have watched the prime minister’s announcement on Saturday evening with a sense of deja vu. “Here we go again”, and welcome to what many are calling “lockdown 2.0” I’m aware in writing anything that many of the details are still not clear as to what this Thursday’s lockdown will look like, and there are clearly discussions going on about what the impact of this will mean. But what is clear is that we continue to be in a difficult and challenging time. This period will be difficult for many, and we’ll all bring an anxiety both for ourselves as well as those we love. We are in for a long haul, and it appears that it will be a long and hard winter. What does this......

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25
Oct 2020
Christmas Comfort and Joy?

This year is going to be a Christmas like few others.  This season of “comfort and joy” holds together the hope that Christmas will bring joy and celebration after a uniquely difficult year, along with an acknowledgement that we are called to bring comfort to many who are troubled or grieving. Paul wrote in Romans about ‘Rejoice with those who rejoice; weep with those who weep’. We will aim to celebrate where we can together in one place as well as remaining online, and involving our wider communities who more than ever this Christmas will be looking for ‘comfort and joy’ in their own lives....

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16
Oct 2020
November - A season of Remembering

November is traditionally a time of remembering, when we would normally gather in church to think about those we have loved but see no longer, and then later in the month, we think of those who have died or been injured in active service. But this year, we will be doing things differently, and although it’s different, it doesn’t mean that we won’t still be remembering them. It might mean you need to take time at home to stop and think, rather than being in the church building. Here at Trinity Churches we’ll still be offering the following to help you with this: An in person and online service on Sunday 1st November at 3pm.  We’ll be reading out the names of people whose funerals we have taken in......

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