Announcements and Updates

DATE FOR YOUR DIARY: Barn Dance 5th February 2022 in the Hall.  Further details to follow


NOVEMBER CHORAL EVENSONG: 7 November at 6pm, themed around All Souls and remembrance



We will be supporting WaterAid throughout October. Please leave donations in the basket at the back of church, or send via BACS to our Charity Account 306296 27658063, quoting on the transfer 'WATERAID'



From 31st October, we're inviting the congregation to make pledges to help the planet in honour of COP 26. There will be the opportunity to make these pledges in the hall after the service. Gateway group will have ideas to help and there are some pledges from us on the Eden panels too. Pledge-making will culminate in the co-creation of a fair-trade Christmas cake in the hall on 14th November (an early Stir Up Sunday).

COP26: Prayer from Gateway #1. Inspired by the Dawn of Creation panel in church.

Lord, help us to find peace among the chaos, solitude among a busy, loud world.

Let us create and give hope to those who need it. Amen.



You will see, displayed around the church, four painted canvass panels.  These were painted by Flossie Victory as backdrops for the recently staged musical play, Eden, here at Holy Trinity. On the North Wall:  Order out of Chaos, the dawn of Creation.  On the South Wall: The Garden of Eden.  Note how the bottom third of the painting depicts the colourful world God gave us; the middle third shows the way we have treated that gift; the blank top third invites us to imagine what we have to do to restore the world to its God-created glory. On the left of the High Altar, is a depiction of the Tree of Knowledge, our fragility and fallen state needed a “second Adam” – Jesus – to redeem us.  On the right, are the Rivers of Eden, cascading as the waters of Baptism to give us new birth and new life in Christ. Let us meditate upon them, as we prepare prayerfully for the COP26 gathering of nations in Glasgow.



‘Have a Nice Day’ – “A wonderful satire on the shallow world of television”

‘A Different Way to Die’ –   “A powerful and thoughtful drama about inhumanity”

‘The Luvvies’ – An Amateur Dramatic Society has organised a Quiz Night - It promises to be a (humorous) eventful night. Horfield Parish Church Hall Doors and Bar open 7.30pm for 8pm Tickets £10 Phone: 01454 772 541 or Online:


THE YOUNG PEOPLES CLUB have been preparing one-liner Mon concerns re Planet Earth which we intent to pass on to local MP Darren Jones as he heads for the Glasgow COP 26 Conference.  If you have any one-liner concerns you would like to be added to the list, please contact Geoff Stock on 0117-9246550 by Monday 25th by 6.00 pm”