From: The Reverend Canon Andrew Gough -
Holy Trinity Church, Weymouth
17th March 2020
I write to tell you all that the clergy have just received from the Archbishops office having consulted with the government that
ALL public worship be suspended as from now.
Therefore, there will be no public worship at church until further notice because of the COVID-19 virus.
There is a notice on the church door of Holy Trinity as there will be in many of our churches throughout the land. Please pass the word around to people who are not on email.
Many of us were expecting this and have been dreading it. However, we must be strong in our faith and know that all is in God’s hands. We must also stay safe and take the necessary precautions recommended. We take one day at a time.
Please email, ring or let me know of any additions to the prayer list so that I can pray for them.
It is my intention to offer a private Eucharist and prayer in church alone but on behalf of the congregation and parish once per week. It is important that the parish know that the priest is praying for them and that our congregation can feel God's comfort through this very challenging period.
God bless everyone
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Sunday Services at Holy Trinity
- 8.00am - Said Eucharist
- 10.00am - Sung Parish Eucharist
- 6.30pm - Choral Evensong on Fifth Sunday only from Easter Day to Harvest