Our vision is to build friendship and community in which faith, hope and love can transform lives.
Our building is currently closed but we continue meeting online
Following the governmant’s announcement of the “roadmap” we are planning how we will return to in-building worship. We will start up our Sunday Evening service first and we want you to help us plan when to do this. We have a very short survey here.
During this current stage of the Covid-19 pandemic we are meeting online on Sunday mornings. There is a service on zoom at 11.15am which we open at 11. It is a full but slightly shortened service. We also publish a 20 minute video with the sermon, a reading, some prayers and a little music on. This will be published on Youtube, FaceBook, Instagram and on this website here.
We have considered what to do about opening our building and decided that with the numbers of infections and hospitalisations rising it would be prudent for us to keep our building closed for the moment. We also have an additional problem in that we have to replace the pump on our heating system and until we get that done the building will be unpleasantly cold. We will keep the situation under review and hope to be able to open in a safe way again soon. In the meantime we will share another online service on Sunday Evenings at 5.30pm
Tuesday evenings we have our lent group on Zoom. Further details here.
Here is our covid Risk Assessment:
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Sacred Trinity Church takes safeguarding and the wellbeing of all very seriously and if anyone has any concerns about a safeguarding issue they should speak to David Winston, our Parish Safeguarding Officer or Andy Salmon, our Rector, or our Diocesan Safeguarding Team whose details are here. By following the link you can also view the policy that we adhere to.