Holy Trinity is so very fortunate to have (for a short time) the Rev. Nicholas Roberts, as an interim minister for Holy Trinity, offering us all pastoral care and managing the handover to Rev. Joshua Rey, whose collation date was postponed until September 29th. Rev. Nicholas introduces himself in the blog below:
We have been taking Open the Book into Roehampton Church School on a fairly regular basis now for almost 6 months. For those of you that don’t know, Open the Book is a wonderful resource which equips you to tell Bible stories through drama.
Ali Hasnain, one of our newest members of Holy Trinity church and a student of Journalism at Roehampton University – writes an impassioned plea for non-Muslims living in Pakistan, who are daily having to live with the fear of potentially being accused of blasphemy. Save Them! Pakistan, a country, which attained its freedom Read more about Save Them![…]
Holy Trinity Church is in the process of setting up a ‘buddy’ system – a support group formed by members of the congregation looking out for and helping each other in Roehampton during this time of crisis.
We had a wonderful first service using Zoom, many thanks to June Boyce-Tillman for leading it so beautifully. Below for those who could not be there – the poems read and the words used for the ‘spiritual eucharist’.
Enjoy and stay safe!
The World Day of Prayer (formerly Women’s World Day of Prayer) is a wonderful, ecumenical service open to all, whose origins date back to the 19th century, when Christian women of the United States and Canada initiated a variety of activities in support of women’s involvement in mission at home and in other parts of the world.
The Mayor of Wandsworth, Councillor Jane Cooper has honoured Jean Vincett and Pam Harris at the 60+ Cafe – and all who volunteer there – by inviting them to a ‘Prosecco Reception’ in the Mayor’s Parlour on January 7th, 2020.