A message from our minister
2 July 2020
The Deacons and I have met today (Thursday) and have agreed that we will plan to open for worship for the first time since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis on Sunday 2nd August. This will allow time for us to open safely, and is in common with many other churches of nonconformist denominations. In the meantime, there will be a videoed service online from 10.30 am each Sunday. This week’s will be based on the appointed Gospel reading of Matthew 11: 16-19, 25-30. You can find it here at Sunday morning worship.
In future updates, I will announce the measures we will be taking to make Trinity Church a safe place when it is in use. Nevertheless, I want to stress that you will not be expected to attend if to do so would make you uncomfortable. Arrangements will be made for videos of the Sunday services to be online for you to watch and participate in, in the safety of your own homes.
As I said last week, emerging from lockdown feels, for many people, exciting and, for others, worrying. It remains important that we support each other. If you need to isolate yourself, please let us know if we can support you in any way, perhaps with shopping or picking up prescribed medicines.
If you want to contact me, the two best ways are either to ‘phone me on 020 8643 6884 (which will transfer to where I am) or to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If it’s urgent and out of normal hours, my home number is 020 8643 0963. All of these are secure and confidential ways to contact me.
Keep safe and keep well.