HOLY TRINITY CHURCH

From 6th January GOVERNMENT LOCKDOWN FOR ENGLAND

Please note: PLACES OF WORSHIP CAN REMAIN OPEN

Our church is still open each Sunday for worship.

We have reduced the number of our Sunday services to 8AM SAID EUCHARIST only until further notice. There is no FRIDAY opening of the church for private prayer for the time being.

THOSE WHO ARE CLINICALLY EXTREMELY VULNERABLE ARE ADVISED TO STAY AT HOME

We ask that ALL PEOPLE ATTENDING WORSHIP book on the booking number

07396 627753

Please make sure you leave your name and contact telephone number.

Please note that wherever a gathering takes place within the church, social distancing of 2m should be strictly maintained between anyone who doesn’t live together or are not in a ‘support bubble.’  People can only interact with those who are from their own household both inside the church and outside.

As a result of the higher tier category risk assessments have been updated at Holy Trinity church. These will continue to be monitored on a weekly basis.

OTHER INFORMATION:

WEDDINGS: These ceremonies can take place within the church but with 15 attendees maximum.

FUNERALS: Can take place within the church with a maximum of 30 attendees.

SUNDAY SCHOOL: is permitted following COVID-Secure guidance. Adults must ensure social distancing at all times.

PLEASE ENSURE THAT WHILE YOU ARE INSIDE HOLY TRINITY CHURCH YOU ADHERE TO THE POLICY:

HANDS - FACE - SPACE

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Due to continuing Covid 19 restrictions, we’re really sorry that we will not be able to kick off the Christmas Period with our now legendary Christingle Service at Holy Trinity church this year.

But do not worry, we have it all in hand. Our Christingle for 2020 will be an interactive extravaganza as usual and lots of fun.  So, this year it will be delivered through our church website www.holytrinityweymouth.org or our YouTube and Facebook channels and at Holy Trinity School.

Please watch the video due for release on 18th December and join in as a family at home. You will need an orange, red tape (similar) or a red felt tip to draw around the orange a red line. Also, four cocktail sticks to put small sweets on and a white candle (birthday cake candle and holder would be ok) to go safely in the top of the orange to light.  Follow the instructions from Fr Andrew and some of our church families online.  Join in the singing and enjoy! It is lovely to have the children at Holy Trinity school, Weymouth helping us with our Christingles too.

Every young person deserves a good childhood

That's why the children’s society fight for the hope and happiness of young people when it's threatened by abuse, exploitation and neglect.

The society are stepping up the fight for hope and happiness at a time when it is under threat like never before. Their goal and vision is built around the hopes of young people, to achieve long-lasting change for this generation and the ones to come.

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Thank you

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