At our recent Harvest Festival on Sunday 7th October we already collected a lot of items for our local Food bank. The children from Roehampton Church School will celebrate their Harvest Festival on Thursday 18th October 2018 at 9.15am. We would like also thank Pam Harris and Jean Vincett for organising such a marvelous spread Read more about Harvest Festival[…]
Receiving Communion This is the high point of Sunday worship. After the Prayer of Consecration we are invited to leave our seats and proceed up to the high altar rail. Here, we kneel to receive our communion.
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Valerie has battled off the heat … and the garden continues to bloom at Holy Trinity with a new area created – around the side of the church just to the right of the entrance. At the beginning, a little unkempt and wild but with some clearing – earth appears – and finally a beautiful Read more about Tales from the Garden (2)[…]
On July 12th and 13th, Roehampton Church School created a wonderful exhibition in Holy Trinity Church showcasing styles of Art from around the World in a variety of mediums including sculpture, pottery, painting, fabric.
In this next installment of the vicar’s spirituality blog, Jim McKinney looks at the use of bells during our worship. Why the ringing of the bells? In the communion service, after the Peace, the minister leads in the great Thanksgiving or “Eucharistic” prayer which starts with a retelling of the story of the last supper Read more about The Spirituality of Worship[…]