12th March 2020


Following current advice from the Church of England, Holy Trinity has currently suspended all church services and activities at Holy Trinity church, Ponsonby Road.

We are now holding a virtual 10am service, which we are creating ‘online’ via Zoom and other actions to help and support our congregation and Parish community.

Please join our Zoom services 15 minutes before the start by clicking this link:



Throughout this time, we will try our best to support you as well as we can.  Do email our administrator on [email protected] with any queries you may have about receiving the weekly sheet or other questions about church life and pastoral care.

For all specifically health-related concerns please call the NHS on 111.

Baptisms and weddings are also suspended at this time.  Funerals can be held at churches – however Holy Trinity is in an interregnum (without a Vicar) and we were already referring all funeral enquiries to St. Margaret’s church, Putney.

Here is a Facebook Site, which is from the Roehampton COVID-19 Support Group https://www.facebookh.com/groups/348780856012605/?ref=searc

Regenerate, Rackets Cubed and Heathmere Primary School are providing the Roehampton Community Box

Age UK, Wandsworth with support from Roehampton Parish Trust are supporting the elderly in the Parish – please click on the link or call 0208 877 8940.

More information on a host of available local services in Roehampton can be found by downloading this excellent resource guide (images below) created by Regenerate, Citizens Advice Wandsworth and Roehampton Response.  Click HERE to download.


For any further details or support or if you would like to alert us about other schemes going on in the Parish, please contact Sunny Walker-Kier on [email protected] or call 020 8780 9467.



Guidance from the Diocese for parishes from the Church of England on dealing with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found on the Church of England website at:


Please continue to regularly review the website.  Below are some prayerful words from the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Archbishop of York: