A welcome back to church message from Fr Michael.

I hope you are well in these difficult times. Please look after yourself and help and pray for each other.


I’d like to welcome you back to our Church, as you know from this Sunday we are re-opening our Church for public Masses as usual way:

Saturday Vigil Mass will be at        6.00pm

Sunday Masses are at               09.00am & 11.00am.

Weekdays Masses are at                       10.00am

Baptisms, Weddings & Funerals are back to normal. However the numbers of attending will be limited. You are most welcome to attend Mass as usual. Please follow the instructions of our stewards while approaching the Church for Mass. All Masses at Holy Trinity will be broadcast on our Live Stream.

CONFESSIONS: details for individual confessions will be announced later.


Welcome you all to our SUNDAY MASS after this very difficult time: we are now reopening the Church for public Mass at 10.00am, we are soon coming back to Church in normal way. However please wear the mask to protect the spreading of Virus as we are advised by our professionals and government.

Weekdays Mass on Wednesday at 10.00am


Don’t forget that we have many senior citizens living in the
Footherley Nursing Home, they are very vulnerable with this virus and we respect our Sisters’ decision. However when things get better and secure for them, we hope to re-open our Chapel for public Mass in the near future.

PARISH HALLS—All activities in the Halls of Holy Trinity & Sacred Heart will be soon re-opened as we are doing Risk Assessments required before reopen them. Please contact Fr Michael for more information. Please be patient as we are first thinking of your security & safety. Thank you.


Lord Jesus Christ, you travelled through towns and villages curing every disease and illness.
At your command, the sick were made well. Come to our aid now, in the midst of the global spread of the coronavirus, that we may experience your healing love.
Heal those who are sick with the virus. May they regain their strength and health through quality medical care.
Heal us from our fear, which prevents nations from working together and neighbours from helping one another.
Heal us from our pride, which can make us claim invulnerability to a disease that knows no borders.
Lord Jesus Christ, healer of all, stay by our side in this time of uncertainty and sorrow.
Be with those who have died from the virus. May they be at rest with you in your eternal peace.
Be with the families of those who are sick or have died. As they worry and grieve, defend them from illness and despair.
May they know your peace. Amen.


Fr. Michael Ho Huu Nghia, Parish Priest