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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 more 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.
Without doubt we face a season of social upheaval and extended financial turmoil. At the same time, God has not changed.
Therefore, this is not a time for fear but for confidence in the God who saves and helps. A time to face the challenges but not for being afraid.
A time to hold onto the truths expressed in Psalm 46:
“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.”
Our purpose is to encounter, celebrate and share God’s transforming love.
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.
Podcast 8: Connecting with God | Linda Morgan - 1st April 2020
Podcasts: Healthy living - body, mind and spirit | Patrick Bateman - 31st March 2020
Podcasts: Something New | Tom Hill — 30th March 2020
Podcasts: We Are Here For You | Patrick Bateman - 27th March 2020
Podcasts: I Am With You | Stuart Sadler - 26th March 2020