Welcome

Dear friends,

Please join us for worship this week
(click on the links to view orders of service so you can follow along):
Sunday 9.45 Family Eucharist: online via Zoom and in-person (with tickets pre-booked here)
Wednesday 10.30 Holy Communion (Common Worship)
Thursday 9.00 Holy Communion (Iona/Celtic)
Friday 11.00 Holy Communion
Sunday 20 September, 4.30 p.m. - Ignite: an exciting new worship service for young people and their families
Sunday 4 October, 6.00 p.m. Choral Evensong

All online live services can be joined using this Zoom meeting button:

(Please note that after clicking on the link you will enter a ‘waiting area’ after which you will join the assembly)

Holy Trinity Church is open daily for private prayer.

Please check our services and sermons page regularly for new opportunities to worship at home.

A prayer for this time of anxiety:
God of all compassion, your love never fails. Help us to listen to the tranquillity of your presence within our lives, so that we may grow in the knowledge that your Son, Jesus Christ, walks beside us, and your Holy Spirit comforts us at the heart of our being; for you are One God, world without end. Amen

With love from Michael and all at Holy Trinity

Latest News

Holy Trinity Church is now open for private prayer.

Everyone is welcome to find peace and grace within our beautiful building, while respecting the necessary distancing measures in place.

Please log on each Sunday at 9.45 a.m., to join Fr Michael in celebrating Eucharist for you and the parish, with a chance to talk with others in small groups afterwards. Full details of this online broadcast, how to join, and steps to take, can be found here. From 20th September, up to 60 (free) tickets will be available for in-Church participation in this service. Pre-bookable from Monday 14th to Saturday 19th Sept on our ticketsource page. Please allow those who have been unable to join Zoom services to have priority in attending in-person worship.

Each week’s orders of service, prayers, readings, sermons, and news will continue to be posted on our Latest Services page.

We are unable to deliver the Parish Magazine as usual, but the latest edition is always available to read here.

Space for Grace resumes in Church every other Wednesday at 6.30 p.m., from 9th September. Any who wish are welcome to enjoy a quiet half hour with God.

Ignite is an exciting new Worship service primarily for secondary aged children and their families … but also for anyone who is young at heart! It is a short, informal service with young speakers and contemporary music. Come along on Sunday 20th September at 4.30pm and explore what Jesus means to us in our daily life and discover the joy, hope and love we find in the beauty of God’s creation. Access via the Zoom blue button above.

The APCM, deferred by Diocesan edict from April can now be held on Zoom under new regulations and we shall do this on Sunday 11th October at 11.30 a.m. on the regular Church Zoom link above.
As part of that, we are also required to undertake a revision of the Electoral Roll and be open to additions between Sunday 13th and 25th September. A statutory Notice of that revision, along with the Electoral Roll Form and criteria can be found here, if you are not already on the church electoral roll. The documentation for the APCM, including the agenda and Annual Report for 2019 among other notices, is available for download here.

The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan cancer care will be joined in Cuckfield via the Zoom link above, kindly hosted by Paul, Sue and Brian on Friday 25th September from 10-12. Bake your own cakes, brew some tea or coffee, and join the fun! And don’t forget to donate at https://thyg.uk/BUU004507359!

An online home group is running weekly (now 7pm on Thursdays), using the Zoom link above to explore the Bible, get to know a small group of people better, and join in prayer. All welcome, especially anyone new or shy!

Our men’s group will be meeting online using the Zoom link above during the Autumn, on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 8pm. All are welcome! Sept 16th will feature a talk by member Brian Barker about his experiences as a Search and Rescue volunteer. Oct 21st will be a quiz, and Nov 18th will be an Evening with the Vicar – a chance to ask Michael anything and everything!

Prayer Requests

Whatever you’re going through, if it needs to be shared, share it with us. Use our Contact page and select ‘Prayer Requests’ from the recipient drop-down to share your news with our dedicated prayer group. No need for fancy words or pious phrases, no need to share more than you feel comfortable with – all requests are welcome. And you can be assured of the strictest confidence.

Donate to Holy Trinity

If you would like to make a quick single donation, please click the button, which takes you to our page on Give A Little, a secure website where you can safely make an online donation using a card.

Give A Little

If you would like to make a regular donation, please see our Giving page here.

Thought for the Season

“But first I want you to tell me this: do you know the power of love? Christ passed over all the marvellous works which were to be performed by the apostles and said, “By this shall men know that ye are my disciples, if ye love one another.””

St. John Chrysostom