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WATCH OUR SERVICES

DAILY HOPE

Daily Hope is a free 24 hour phone line for those not able to use the internet. It has popular hymns, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England. Please download the leaflet here and get it to those who would love to know.

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HYMNS WE LOVE

Hymns We Love has grown out of Connections here at Holy Trinity Claygate and is a gentle, engaging and accessible way of exploring the Christian faith with older people, providing them with comfort and hope.

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ONLINE SERVICE CHOICES

10.00am

Online Sunday Service

Join us for our live streamed service every Sunday at 10am. If you miss a service, don’t worry as you can catch up here.

10.45am

Coffee and Chat

Jen Green will be hosting Coffee and Chat via Zoom at the end of our 10.00am service until 11.30am.

So grab a coffee and following the instructions on the slide at the end of the service, login into the Zoom meeting and Jen will be there to greet you before assigning you to a group. Spend as much or as little time as you like connecting with other members of the church family.

So grab a coffee and follow the link below, login into the Zoom meeting and Jen will be there to greet you before assigning you to a group. Spend as much or as little time as you like connecting with other members of the church family.

Coffee and Chat – you will need to enter this code to join the meeting: 761917

10.45am

Prayer Ministry

We offer live prayer ministry via Zoom immediately after our 10am online Sunday service until 11.15am.  It is an opportunity to be prayed for in confidence by our prayer ministry team members.

Just follow the link given out each Sunday and wait to be met by Louise Crudgington who will link you up with members of the prayer ministry team.

Just follow the link below, wait to be met by Louise Crudgington who will link you up with members of the prayer ministry team.

Live Prayer Ministry – you will need to enter this code to join the meeting: 533388

4.00pm

All Ages

The 4 O’clock Church is designed for parents and their offspring – usually aged up to 11 – and lasts about 30 minutes.  You can join in and sing lively action songs, hear a Bible story and pray together. There is also an opportunity for households to take part in a response activity in their homes.

The service takes place via Zoom which allows everyone to see and talk to each other. Please email Emma Coy  to be added to the mailing list. There’ll be a warm welcome whether you’re a regular 4OCC attendee or joining us for the first time!

Our purpose is to encounter, celebrate and share God’s transforming love.

CATCH UP

Listen again

Our sermons are recorded so you can catch up or listen again.

Below you can find recordings of sermons, our ministers and guest speakers have given at recent Holy Trinity services.

To listen, select the link below to listen online or download.  Alternatively, CD copies can be ordered from the Church Office.

EVENTS

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

Our latest news

Your wellbeing is of the highest importance.  We are following the Government’s and our Archbishops’ directions and seeking to meet the needs of the Claygate community and our church family.

With this in mind –
All our church buildings are closed until further notice with no services, activities or events taking place.

There is a Sunday morning service streamed live at 10am suitable for all.

Also daily short videos on our Facebook and YouTube.

Plans are in place to care for our vulnerable members and meet gaps in provision for those isolated in the community.

For details, including initiatives for children, youth and families click here.

Keep the right perspective

We don’t know the length of this ‘storm’. But we know Jesus is with us – the one able to still the storm and bring inner peace at times of fear.

“God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear. He says, ‘Be still and know that I am God.’ The Lord Almighty is with us; the God of Jacob is our fortress.”