You can find details of our upcoming events here.
A big thankyou to everyone who sponsored me for sleeping rough on the Big Sleep Out for Charles Thompson Mission on the 30th November. Thanks to generous donations from the church family I have raised £296.50 so far. Knowing that so much money was raised to help Charles Thompson’s ongoing mission work makes the discomfort of the night worthwhile! Thanks again, Nada Morgan.
Holy Trinity family - Christmas cards
Anita will be sorting the Christmas cards for the church family as usual this year, if you have individual cards to give out please do use the ‘Christmas Card Bin’ provided and not the pigeon holes. Thank you.
If you would prefer to send a Christmas Card to the whole church instead of individual cards, Lyn Leadbetter has kindly agreed to decorate our lovely Church Family Christmas card board again this year, a donation box will be on table for anyone wanting to make use of this instead of sending individual cards out. Donations this year will be
going to Operation Mobilisation (OM).
Sparklets Toddler Group
Our Mums and Tots group is looking for willing volunteers to help out in the New Year. If you think you would be able to help out please speak to Elizabeth Crowther or Anna Leadbetter. Thank you.
Choose a gift - support a Christian
How? Look at this booklet and choose gifts for Christmas for suffering Christians: for example: £3 for a hymn and prayer book; £6 for books and stationery for a child in a Christian school; £18 for a Christian of the brick-kiln community to learn to read & write and lots lots more for you to choose.
Mince pies and shortbread
If you are able to donate some mince pies or shortbread for the upcoming carol services, Family Carols (16th Dec) and Evening Carols (23rd Dec) please sign up on the sign up sheet in the foyer. Thank you. Chris Brooks.
Thank you so very much to everyone who responded to the Teams4U shoebox appeal. 95 boxes from Holy Trinity, and many others are now on their way to children in Belarus who would otherwise have nothing this Christmas. Lynn Leadbetter