News & Notices

CORONA VIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE

We're open!  Drop in on a Sunday between 9-11am.  There's a short service on the half hour (09:30 & 10:30).

The church is also open on Wednesday mornings from 10-12.

Please note that there'll be a Christening in the 10:30 service on Sunday October 11th. All welcome, of course -- this is just a heads up of what to expect.  Do please come to welcome the baby being baptised into God's family.



Annual General Meeting / APCM

We'll be having our annual general meeting (agm) in place of the 10:30 service on Sunday 25th of October.  So there will only be one service that day.

Please come along to the 09:30 service and then stay on for a VERY short agm. This will be cut down to the bare minimum; aiming to be done before 11am. I hope you’ll be able to attend; it’s an important event and we make it as easy and friendly as possible. 

Please see our Sunday Services on youtube here:

Sunday 22nd March 2020

Part 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbQzsS_mQ5w&t=13s

Part 2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trBUVTrU6rg&t=16s

Part 3 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rD0ipJiA05o&t=3s

Sunday 29th March 2020

 Part 1 of 2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNhyNao0PY8&fbclid=IwAR1g3W9ZTDH5f5MA9tXm3oNe56gEZfjn6A7nFUab44tDDdigtTOlRbSK6os

Part 2 of 2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAJaJwL5yS4 

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Sunday Services

We have TWO services every Sunday morning: 9am and 10am. The 09.00 o’clock is Communion with traditional hymns and modern liturgy: a peaceful and prayerful service. The 10 o’clock service is contemporary and also more varied through the month: Messy Church on the first Sunday, All-Age on the 3rd and then communion on the 2nd and 4th weeks.   There’s Sunday School available for the kids at the 10am service, except on the 1st Sunday when it’s all-age Messy Church. 

The 9am Communion ends with tea and coffee served in the church.  The 10 o’clock service starts with those same refreshments so that the two congregations can meet and mix.  It will aim to be a bit more informal than the early service (e.g. live music, sermons using the projector etc.)

So, something for everyone. And I hope that people will come to both, on different weeks, so that we may:

“come together as the family of God
in our Father's presence
to offer him praise and thanksgiving,
to hear and receive his holy word,
to bring before him the needs of the world,
to ask his forgiveness of our sins,
and to seek his grace, that through his Son Jesus Christ
we may give ourselves to his service. Amen”

Messy Church

On the first Sunday of every month we have a fantastic MESSY CHURCH service at 10am.  Lots of art and craft activities all based around a Bible theme or story.  It's not just for children, it's for anyone who wants have some fun (and cake). Come along to pray and play. And did I mention the cake?  (N.b. preceded by a shorter Communion service at 09:00)


 


PRAYERS - Each Sunday morning before and after the normal service there is a chance to join in a small prayer group. Before the service in the office (from 9.30am) and after the service at the front of church by the altar.


St Editha's Book & Fair Trade Shop - This is now open 9:30 to 3:30 Monday to Saturday, with a range of Bibles, Christian books, greetings cards, Fair Trade foods, gifts and crafts. There are refreshments on sale during those times - only 50p for a hot drink, and various cakes, biscuits etc. We can generally get special order books and other items. We want it to become an even greater resource for the area and would encourage you to use it well. One of the key things is that it allows the Church to be open through the week for people to drop in for prayer, to talk to someone or to find information. Find it in the main market square in Tamworth town centre.


Wilnecote & Hockley Action Group - Residents will be meeting at the High School on the last Wednesday of each month at 7pm.


Get in touch to find out more about any of our regular activities:

Small Groups: four fortnightly housegroups that meet in people’s homes and a monthly ladies group

Courses: Bishop’s Certificate, Alpha, the Marriage Course and others

Music Group - Flower Arrangers - Cleaners - Walking Group - Catering Team

Kids’ Club (Sunday School) & Evening Youth Groups (see www.holytrinitywilnecote.org.uk/youth-and-children)

Tearfund Tanzania Church Link

Compassion Child Sponsorship:  http://www.compassionuk.org/

Starfish - helping needy and homeless local people through church-based gifts of food, clothing, furniture etc as well as offering prayer and counseling: http://www.starfishprojecttamworth.org/about.html