News & Events

Weekly and advance notices
Week beginning Sunday 17th May – Sixth Sunday in Easter

 

Re: the Foodbank. 

Thanks to all those who have donated Food or Money as we look towards the future – Might we all send the following message to our friends, Facebook and others saying “If you know of someone who is entering into rocky times and is becoming deprived of food in the area N4, N8, N6 and is not in contact with a Foodbank, please would they go to the www.holytrinityfoodbank.org website and send a message to the “advice” email there or text 07469 952112”

We want to make sure nobody gets missed out.

If you would like to be included on the Foodbank Newsletter please send a request  to press@holytrinityfoodbank.org.uk

 

Daily Hope phone line

The Archbishop of Canterbury has launched a new free 24-hour phone line for Christian worship and prayer, with people who have limited or no access to the internet in mind especially. Daily Hope offers music, prayers and reflections, as well as full services to listen to and pray along with.

The number to call is 0800 804 8044.

Please do share this with anyone who might value it.

It begins (at the moment) with a special introductory message from the Archbishop of Canterbury, then there were different options to choose from. Dialling 1 gives you the chance to listen to ‘Hymns we love’, a series of reflections on popular hymns; dialling 2 offers a further selection of favourite hymns to sing along with; dialling 3 gives you prayers for these times. Dialling 4 offers more options – you can go on to dial 5 for the C of E service of the week, 6 for Morning or Evening Prayer, and 7 for the latest Government guidance on COVID-19.

 

YMCA Fitness Sessions

The YMCA are running free online fitness classes via Facebook, keeping the community healthy. Follow this link to join in:

https://www.facebook.com/pg/YMCANL.UK/events/

 

 

Safeguarding Statement: The parish of Hornsey believes that safeguarding is the responsibility of everyone and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all those who are vulnerable (children, young people and vulnerable adults). We expect all of our staff, volunteers and those who use our premises to share this commitment and value the support of those who worship here in achieving this.

 

It costs over £400 a day to open the doors of our church for ‘business’. We receive no funding from the government. Nor from the Diocese. Our mission is only made possible by charitable donations and other fund-raising activities. If you would like to make a donation, as well as giving cash you can also give by texting GIVETOHORNSEY 5 to 70085 to give £5.00. This costs £5 plus a standard rate message. Alternatively, you can opt to give any whole amount up to £20. Thank you.