Notices of Week of 22 January 2024
Oasis for Women – 27 January
- for all women regardless of faith
- a place where God affirms us and meets us just where we are
- a break from the day-to-day to refresh, share life and encourage one another
We’d love you to join us for our very informal, friendly and welcoming women’s group.
We are back in the Arches starting at 9am with our legendary breakfast spreads (think warm pastries, yoghurt and fruit, freshly brewed coffee…come hungry!).
We worship together and explore what God has put on our hearts to share…. aiming to finish by 11am.
To help with catering please, if possible, sign-up beforehand on the event page.
HTR Envrionment Focus Group – Winter Awareness Days – January 2024
The Big Garden Bird Watch – 26 – 28 January
Big Garden Birdwatch is the world’s largest garden wildlife survey. Every year, hundreds of thousands of nature lovers like you take part, helping to build a picture of how garden birds are faring. More information here
Message from Michelle about going on placement
As part of her curacy training, Michelle will be going on placement for 2 months to the United Benefice of Great Ouseburn, Little Ouseburn, Green Hammerton with Whixley and Marton-cum-Grafton. Her last day with us will be Sunday 4 February. She will continue to live in Ripon during this time so you may still see her around, just not at Holy Trinity. Please say hello if you see her and please hold her in your prayers as she serves in this new context during Lent and Easter. She will return to Holy Trinity after Easter.
Working Party – Saturday 3 February, 9.30 am
The purpose of this Working Party is to sort out the lift Motor Room, take any rubbish to the tip and scrap metal to Andersons. Also, to repair the fence on the carpark which has been push over by cars.
Watercolours by Alan Denyer
John and Cathie have 4 watercolours by Alan which are available to the first people who respond!
Why Hope Explored?
- For long standing Christians it reminds us of The Gospel basics;
- For those who desire to tell others about The Gospel it gives a great framework to do this;
- For new Christians it can help cement what you already know about Jesus; and
- For non Christians or those searching it enables them to make an educated choice about Jesus.
We have a number of people who have requested different days and times – we will be getting back to them shortly to agree specific dates. If you have a preferred time let us know here: Hope Explored Preferred Time and Day
Of course, you are still more than welcome to come along this Wednesday evening at 7 pm for week 2 of the course, even if you missed week one as a summary will be given.
Mission Partner Focus – Wellspring
For the appointment of Head of Fundraising.
For the new Empower course starting on 25 January, that students will gain confidence and build self-esteem through the course.
For Wellspring Counselling centres in Bradford and York. The service in York will get going in January with volunteers hopefully joining the team.
For Wellspring’s counselling C&YP training course starting in April and the diploma course in September; for enough delegates to join the courses and book on when the course is advertised.
For people to book onto Wellspring’s Sandtray courses next February, March and April.
Mission Partner Information
CPAS Thanks for Support …
CPAS Newsletter .
In2Out Latest News from In2Out .
Other Events and Activities at Holy Trinity
To find out a full listing of what is happening please scroll down the list below to see all our activities and services.
This Week’s Services:
Monday to Thursday
8.30 am Morning Prayer everyone welcome over ZOOM
11.30 am Holy Communion a quiet, reflective and said Holy Communion held in room 3
This Sunday is Epiphany 4
Readings : Psalm 111, Mark 1 : 21 – 28
9 am Holy Communion in church
10.30 am Morning Worship in church
10.30 am Family Church downstairs
The Filling Station Trust : Praying for the younger generation …
Ripon Cathedral : Lent Eco Film Festival …
Dementia Forward Messenger ..
Spring Harvest : The best thing you could do this Easter
Diocese of Leeds Newsletter