A message from our minister



19 January 2022

Sunday marks the beginning of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, which we, as an ecumenical church, take seriously. Pre-Covid we would have been sharing morning worship with Sutton Baptist and St Nicholas Churches, but such large gatherings are risky at present. We will therefore worship as usual at Trinity. However, to mark the week of prayer, I will be swapping pulpits with an Anglican colleague from within the Sutton Circuit, the Revd Beth Lewis, who is newly appointed as vicar at St John’s Belmont. Indeed, I will be attending her licensing on Saturday. I hope you will enjoy being led in worship by Beth, while I preach and preside at Communion in St John’s.

In Trinity Church we continue to observe anti-Covid practices. This means  

  • Wearing a face covering when in church

  • Respecting each other’s space

  • Not lingering indoors after worship has ended

  • Using lateral flow tests regularly

  • Not attending church if you have any symptoms

In turn,

  • Trinity Church will be ventilated before and during all services so you will want to wear warm clothes

  • We will provide hand sanitisers at the entrance and a small supply of masks in case you forget yours

  • We will use only alternate pews

  • We will minimise movement during services

Keep well!

18 March 2020
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