You can find details of our upcoming events here.
Pat Wren’s funeral
Pat’s funeral will be held on Friday 31st May 2019, here at Holy Trinity Church at 3pm, (after a shortened service at Landican at 2pm). Please do keep Wally and the family in your prayers. Thank you.
We are meeting on Monday June 10th in the Hey at 7.30pm. All ladies
welcome to learn new skills with fun and fellowship. Come and see what we do.
For further details please see Maria Delaney or Doreen McGraa. Thank you.
Dementia friendly concert and service
We are holding a dementia friendly concert, followed by a service, on the afternoon of Sunday June 9th with Bishop Keith as our guest speaker. If you know of anyone with dementia or a carer and would like to invite them, please do collect a leaflet in the foyer. Thank you, Paul Crowther.
Recordings of Andy Greenhough’s Quinta talks can be found here
Keep the date - 29th June
We are planning a "Harmonies for Helen" concert at church involving the Wirral Singers plus local soloists. Pop, classics and musical theatre - something for everyone! Tickets will be priced at £8 and again available from Rosemary or any of the Wirral Singers. If you would be willing to help serve tea /coffee please speak to Rosemary MacPherson, thank you.
Holy Trinity Live
Can’t make it to the afternoon service? Use our new live streaming facility at www.holytrinityspital.org/live to listen in to the service as it is in progress and watch what is being projected on screen.
Leah Sharibu was kidnapped along with 100 other school girls in February 2018 by Boko Haram. All the girls were released after a month, except Leah who refused to renounce her faith in the Lord Jesus. This week marks her 16th birthday and 449 days in captivity. Please continue to pray for Leah, our sister in Christ, who has shown immense bravery in the face of terrible trials for the sake of her Lord. Pray for her continuing courage and her protection from those who would harm her. Pray that this young girl’s witness to her Lord will change the hearts of her captors and she will be set free. Jenny Summersby
Holiday Club 2019
There will be a meeting after the morning service on Sunday 9th June, in the Hey, for all those who want to be involved in Holiday club this year. There are also practical and kitchen roles for those who don’t feel working with children is their gifting. Lots of Lego will also be needed, so if anyone has any Lego sat unused at home that they would like to donate for holiday club, that would be much appreciated. Many thanks, Anna Leadbetter
Wirral Gospel Partnership
Our next event is “Diary of a Downcast Soul” on Wed 3rd July at 7.30pm here at Holy Trinity. Pick up a leaflet from the foyer, or click here for more details. Thank you.
Bishop Peter’s farewell service
Bishop Peter retires at the end of September. A farewell service at which he will preside and preach will be held in the Cathedral on Saturday 20th July at 11 a.m. If you would like to attend this event please put your name on the list in the foyer. Each parish has to apply separately for tickets, which are on a first come first served basis.
We will keep our list out for two Sundays, the 19th and 26th May. We will then apply for the number of tickets matching the number of names. If we are allocated fewer tickets than applied for, we will distribute them to the first name on the list working downwards. Make sure your name is down if you want to go! Thanks Roger Wiles