Mass Streaming is back online!

  • Update on Lightning Strike

    This is obviously the subject of an insurance claim for which we are covered.  Professionals are handling all aspects of the damage.

    Church Lighting – Most of the lights are now working at 100% including the sanctuary. Unfortunately there is still no light in the porch area and further parts are awaited. The lights in the choir loft are not yet functioning from their own keypad outside the choir. But they can be switched on if necessary by pressing the ^ key on the sacristy keypad. They can be turned off by pressing . Pressing “0” turns all the lights off.

    Church Sound – Better news here. The replacement (and better!) units have been fitted and some of the unreliable elements from the past have been eliminated. Many thanks to Stuart Hawkins, our expert.

    Live Streaming – as previously reported a new (and upgraded ) camera has been fitted. Operation of the camera is organised remotely on-line; the actual camera should not be touched under any circumstances.

    COVID 19  Please be very vigilant: maintain the wearing of masks, hand sanitising and social distancing. We here at Holy Trinity will continue to wear masks in church and keep our social distancing as it is for the time being.  We will review the situation during the half term break in October. Thanks for your continued support.



Please remember we are Live Streaming all of the Liturgies and there is still no obligation to attend if you feel vulnerable or are shielding.

Father Michael.


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