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Coronavirus Response

To view our response to the Coronavirus outbreak, click this link.

The link takes you to another page on our website where you will find all the latest information as well as links to all our online resources as well.


Zoom chat groups following the morning service

Following a suggestion at the last PCC meeting, we are setting up Zoom meetings on Sundays at 12 noon to allow people the opportunity to have a post-service chat and catch up with others in our fellowship. Contact Lukas if you need the meeting details.

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New Bishop of Chester

Mark Tanner, currently Bishop of Berwick, a suffragen bishop in the Diocese of Newcastle, is to be the next Bishop of Chester. Mark has many local connections having been ordained to serve his curacy at St Mary’s Upton in 1998 by Michael Langrish, the then Bishop of Birkenhead. He has written several books and is the former warden of Cranmer Hall, Durham.

He sits in the broader evangelical tradition and has a real heart for Jesus. His great desire is that people come to know Jesus as their living Lord and Saviour! Mark is married to Lindsay and they have two children. We praise God and thank Him for answering our prayers that we have a godly man as our next bishop and we welcome Mark and Lindsay to our Diocese.

Spital Photographers


Has your child used the colouring sheets associated with any of the videos? Why not share the results - just email a photo to and we’ll include then in the "Photo-wall" page on the website.


Coronavirus assistance

If you know of anyone who may have some short financial difficulties because of delays in receiving universal credit/grants or possible longer term problems owing to business failures, there is the possibility that a small grant from a local charitable trust might be available. It may only be “a drop in the ocean” but it may give some short term relief.

There is one legal requirement to be able to make a claim and it is that the claimant MUST reside in one of the following parishes - St Andrew Bebington, St Mark New Ferry, Holy Trinity Poulton Lancelyn. Please contact Alan McGraa - all information received will be in the strictest confidence.


Images of Lockdown

We’re making use of the photo-wall facility to host our “Images of Lockdown” project, designed to capture memories of these exceptional times. We are inviting contributions not only from folks here at Holy Trinity, but also from the wider community. Click here for further details


Church Family News

We have loved hearing from you over the past few weeks - it has been a great way to keep our church family connected. Please keep letting us know any special birthdays coming up, anniversaries, what you’re doing during lockdown and any special greetings for the church family. Email Deane or send a text or WhatsApp - details in the prayer diary. If you send photos, we assume you’re happy to have them included in the service, unless you say otherwise. Many thanks. Love Roger and Deane.


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Do we have your email address? We’d love to keep in touch during this lockdown period. If you have not already done so, why not sign up for our weekly email notice sheet?

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