If you were unable to be at the services on Sunday 29th October, listen to Neil’s talk here and have a look at the presentation here.

Our Harvest Giving

September 22nd, 2017

The intensifying violence in Northern Rakhine State, Myanmar, has caused over 370,000 internally displaced people and refugees to have crossed the border into Bangladesh. Urgent needs include food, water, sanitation, shelter, medical and trauma care.  Whilst access is restricted, Tearfund’s Bangladesh team is making plans for a response in partnership with a local organisation and is also undertaking peacebuilding work in Myanmar, addressing in a small way some of the causes of violence and conflict.

Catastrophic flooding has devastated huge areas of India, Nepal and Bangladesh, affecting 41 million people.  More than 1,200 people have died, nearly 3/4 million homes have been destroyed or damaged and crops and livestock have been swept away.  The need is enormous and the scale of the destruction is vast. Tearfund partners have been on the ground since the floods began, distributing food, tents, blankets, clothes, sleeping mats, mosquito nets, cooking utensils and safe drinking water.

An offering will be taken for Tearfund at the services at Holy Trinity and St Saviour’s on Sunday 1st October.  If you are unable to attend, but would like to give, please donate via our BT Donate Page.

Giving more practically more locally…

Woking Foodbank
Food donations are absolutely vital for Woking Foodbank’s ability to give everyone referred a balanced and nutritious three day supply of food. The shopping list below shows the food items needed right now:

Long-life sponge puddings
UHT Milk
Long-life juice
Pasta sauce
Canned meat
Canned fish
Canned soup
Canned potatoes
Long-life desserts

In order to prepare food for the London street homeless, the Agape team would be very grateful for the following items:

Tinned tuna
Corned beef
Packet cup-a-soups
Spreadable butter
Undiluted orange squash
Chocolate bars
Tea & Coffee

Please bring all donations clearly labelled Foodbank/Agape respectively to the services at Holy Trinity and St Saviour’s on Sunday 1st October  and they will be very gratefully received by both initiatives.

Three go to the Cathedral

May 11th, 2017

Archdeacons Visitation of CWs May2017

On Monday Neil accompanied Chris and Clare to the annual Archdeacons’ Visitation of Churchwardens (where Churchwardens) are officially admitted to office.  It looks as if they enjoyed it!

Our APCM 2017

April 20th, 2017

Celebration TreeOur APCM takes place this Sunday at Holy Trinity, starting at 9.30am, with bacon rolls & hot drinks being served from 9am.  All are welcome to celebrate all that’s happened over the last year and look forward to the next.

Do take a look at the Annual Report 2016 and Summary Accounts 2016.  Hard copies of these will be available on the day.

Electoral Roll 2017

March 9th, 2017

Electoral Roll Hands Up ImageIt may be one of the less glamorous parts of church life, but being part of Holy Trinity & St Saviour’s also means joining the electoral roll – the Church of England’s register of all local church members.

Friday 7th April is the last chance to sign up as a member of the Electoral Roll of Holy Trinity & St Saviour’s in time for our Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) on Sunday 23rd20th April.