One of the most challenging but also hopeful things about lockdown is that it has challenged our communities to meet in different ways. Holy Trinity have been live streaming services on our YouTube channel, are on Facebook, have a Blether with HTD Facebook group to keep in touch, an Instagram page and more.
We know many connected to Holy Trinity are acting as heroes during this difficult time!
From our emergency services and first responders to our NHS staff who are putting themselves in the direct path of the virus. To all our key workers whether they be teachers, carers, getting food on our tables, providing us energy and communications we rely on, delivering us mail and those providing us any service either from home, remotely or in person. We are thankful and pray for you all.
Outside our church there has been many Super Heroes taking to our streets to spread joy and hope to young and old. None more so than our very own Marianne and her daughters who have donned their costumes and been on runs to keep fit but also put smiles on the faces of many neighbours.
They have also been raising awareness of PTSD, anxiety and depression but taking on the 25 press ups every day for 25 days challenge!
Holy Trinity are proud of everyone doing all they can during this pandemic by social distancing, posting and chatting on our social media pages, calling loved ones, writing to friends, all our incredible key workers or those adapting to work at home or a different way of working (including our Rector, technical support team, Youth Leaders, organist and all who keep HTD going), everyone homeschooling or studying from their home and all other efforts to stay happy, healthy and hopeful even in lockdown.
Holy Trinity hopes all it’s friends are staying safe and active during this difficult time.