The April issue of Holy Trinity's parish magazine, Trinitas, is available by clicking on the following underlined word: Trinitas.
Although the magazine content was completed before the current social distancing measures were implemented, we are unable to deliver it in a printed format. We hope that you will be able to access it via the website for now.
Please see below for a letter from Helen on continuing our parish support of the foodbank during these difficult times:
During this extraordinarily difficult time for all of us, reflecting on our generous collective fledgling efforts in supporting Southend Foodbank – I wonder if we can still find a way to continue our regular support?
Southend Foodbank volunteers are working hard to ke...
Father Reid has created a new page for the website of resources to use at home. It is hoped that these will be of use particularly during this time when the church buildings have had to be closed and services have been suspended throughout the UK.
Initial items include the litany, a video of the Sunday Eucharist and a link to daily prayer resources. Other items will be added in the coming da...
Please read below for the March 2020 letter, written by Fr Reid Humble, in our monthly parish magazine, Trinitas.
It is very easy to be swept away into the busyness of our world, failing to take time to reflect and consider what we are doing or where we are going. We act out of habit, muscle memory, or the influence of our culture. For some, this is a source of excitement and ad...
Please read below for the January 2020 letter, written by Fr Reid Humble, in our monthly parish magazine, Trinitas.
I sincerely hope that you are having a blessed Christmas season and a Happy New Year! I would like to say thank you to everyone in the parish for making my first Advent and Christmas such a wonderful time. Especially, to everyone who pitched in to help in many ways throug...
Please read below for the December 2019 letter, written by Fr Reid Humble, in our monthly parish magazine, Trinitas.
As we enter December, inevitably our attention is drawn to the celebration of Christmas. Through the stringing of lights, the decorating of shop fronts, and the erecting of trees (to name just a few) we encounter it at almost every turn. For some of us this will be a t...