Holy Trinity is Opening for Services
Now the church is open regularly for worship the private prayer evenings have ceased. We very much look forward to welcoming you back to public worship.
Guidance is changing week by week, and this week’s news (10th August) is that face coverings are now mandatory in church. The worship leader can remove their mask when in the chancel, provided a suitable distance is maintained, as facial expression is essential to communication, and some people lip read, at least partially. That goes for readers and intercessors too. The congregation should only remove their masks to receive their Communion. If you’re wondering whether/when to return to church, we usually have about 30-35 on a Sunday, but the Wednesday service is much quieter – only 6 this week, so that’s perhaps less risky. For those of you participating from home, I do apologise for the loss of quality, especially in the sound. We are working on that, and experimenting with external microphones. I hope it will be improved this week.
Attending Worship at Holy Trinity, Leverstock Green, during COVID19
What To Expect! Please click on the link below for details.
We have organised our Annual Service of Thanksgiving and Remembrance for departed love ones on the 1st November. For more information see the poster further down this page.
Sunday at 10am at church and on our YouTube channel. Download the service sheets via the links on the right.
Tuesday Midday Prayer at 12 noon is broadcast live on our Facebook page: Download the service sheets via the links on the right.
Wednesday at 10am in church and Night Prayer (Compline) broadcast live on our Facebook page🙂 at 8pm : Download the service sheets via the links on the right.
Thursday Midday prayer at 12 noon is broadcast live on our Facebook page: Download the service sheets via the links on the right.
If you need support, please call the Team Rector, Rev Lizzie Hood on 01442 264860
What's On @ Holy Trinity
Welcome to Holy Trinity Leverstock Green. We are a vibrant and warm church at the heart of village life; a church that is open to the whole community, and works in partnership with other village organisations to serve their needs; a church with prayer and worship as the bedrock, where individuals at all stages are encouraged to grow in their faith.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions our normal pattern of services and activities is in abeyance but during the pandemic you might be interested know.
Like for many, the Covid-19 pandemic means this is a challenging time for Holy Trinity financially. With our church closed to worshipers and visitors, most of our income has fallen away. We will be very grateful for your support. Your giving not only allows us to keep our church flourishing and grow but we can also continue working to support our parishioners and the local community. If you would like to make a donation online please click the link below.
With grateful and prayerful thanks, Holy Trinity Parochial Church Council.
Protecting your Mental Health
During this difficult time is vitally important and to help with this you can find guides to supporting your mental health by clicking on the links below.
Church supports young people’s mental health
Click on the link below to find out more.
Something to look forward to after the lockdown
St Alban Pilgrim Way. A journey for the soul on your doorstep. You can find more information about St Albans Pilgrim Way if you click on the link below.
Now for Something Really Uplifting
If you haven’t already heard this clip of over 500 singers at home in the UK joined by the BBC Philharmonic in the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah for Ascension Day. You won’t be disappointed. The Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah
Life Events at Holy Trinity
Once you’ve decided to marry in church your first contact is our church administrator Norma Howie 01923 266596 email@example.com who will be very pleased to help you.
Anyone can get in touch with a church to find about having their child christened. During a christening your child will be baptized with water. It’s the start of an amazing journey of faith for your child and a special day for all your friends and family. You can find more information if you click on the link below.
If you wish to arrange a christening please contact our church administrator Norma Howie 01923 266596 firstname.lastname@example.org who will be very happy to help you.
Congratulations on wanting to explore confirmation with the Church of England. Confirmation can be an important part of a lifetime journey of faith as a follower of Jesus Christ. You can find more information if you click on the link below.
If you would like to discuss getting confirmed contact our Rector, Revd Lizzie Hood 01442 264860 or email@example.com. Lizzie’s rest day is Friday.
If someone you know and love has died, or dies within the next few days, of whatever cause, a small funeral, led by a Church of England minister can still be held in a church, or by a graveside, or at a crematorium. You can find more information if you click on the link below.
If you wish to arrange a funeral please contact is our church administrator Norma Howie 01923 266596 firstname.lastname@example.org who will be very pleased to help you.
Unfortunately we have had to close our Saturday morning Coffee Shop during the Coronavirus crisis.
Safeguarding @ Holy Trinity
As part of the Diocese of St. Albans in the Church of England, we are committed to safeguarding as an integral part of the life and ministry of the Church. This means taking action as a church to promote a safer culture where the welfare of children, young people and adults is paramount, to prevent abuse occurring, to protect those at risk and to respond well to those that have been abused. We will always take care to identify where a person may present a risk to others, and act accordingly.
Our Parish Safeguarding Officer is – Mrs Pauline Lindsey who can be contacted about any safeguarding matter at 01442 269507 / 07855 731523 / email@example.com
The Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser is Mr Jez Hirst who can be contacted at 01727 818107 / 07867 350886 firstname.lastname@example.org
Please use the links below to download our Safeguarding documentation.
Streaming of Services
During the lockdown we will be streaming our main services and you will be able find Service Sheets to download here:
8am: Said Prayer Book Eucharist
10am: Sung Common Worship Eucharist & Junior Church – followed by prayers for healing on the 1st of the month
3pm: Occasional special services – Children’s Praise, Celebration of Marriage, choral services, Annual Service of Remembrance & Thanksgiving
2pm to 4pm: Sewing Group
2pm to 4pm: Church Open
2nd Monday 7.45pm: Trinity Readers
9am: Morning Prayer
2nd Tuesday 7.30pm: Trinity Men’s Group – see program on this page
3rd Tuesday 10am: Music & Meditation
3rd Tuesday 8pm: Horseshoe Study Group
10am: Holy Communion
1st Wednesday 2pm: Mothers’ Union (quarterly)
3rd Wednesday 10am: Mothers’ Union Corporate Communion
2pm Craft Group: Meets weekly in the Trinity Room – all are welcome
Term time 2.45pm: School Collective Worship
9am: Morning Prayer
Term time 10am: Toddler Church
3rd Thursday 3pm to 5pm: Friendship Tea
3rd Thursday 8pm: Trinity Women’s Group
7pm Choir practice
9am: Morning Prayer
10am to 12 noon: Coffee shop & Traidcraft stall
1st Saturday 10am to 12 noon: Churchyard Gardening Party
For more information about Leverstock Green C of E Primary School visit http://www.leverstockgreen.herts.sch.uk