Following Government and Church of England guidelines and our own risk assessment the PCC has decided to open the building for coorporate worship with singing and no mask wearing allowed. Normal patterns of Sunday worship resume: two services - Early Church at 9:30 and Traditional at 11. We are have midweek worship on Wednesday at 10 am - mostly communion. (There are occasional exceptions to this such as 5th September when we say goodbye to our Vicar at a joint service at 10 am.)
Sunday worship is insufficient. A daily devotional life is needed. To that end many of us read the bible daily using reading plans, knowing that God speaks not only nourishes us but speaks to our present situations - awesome!
Recommended Bible plans : 1. any from the YouVersion Bible App: https://www.youversion.com/the-bible-app/. Get it! It's free and ad free.
or 2. Bible in One Year - another app: https://www.bibleinoneyear.org/ Also free and ad free. And for those who like a slower more reflective bible app I can highly recommend Lectio 365 : https://www.24-7prayer.com/dailydevotional.
Welcome to Holy Trinity, Low Moor
We are a community of people who know that God loves us, or are finding that out. We want others to know and experience God’s love too and are delighted to welcome new people. Holy Trinity hopes that you meet Jesus in the worship and grow in your faith. There is nothing more valuable to us than this: to enjoy God’s closeness, his presence. We love God and want to know Jesus more.
Jesus loves us and can rescue us. He can fill us with the Holy Spirit and joy, and we can change as we get to know Jesus better.
Jesus’ love and power is real and can change lives and communities. We live for this.
Jesus said, "Come to me all you who are weary and burdened and I will give you rest".
We are a part of the Church of England Diocese of Leeds in the Bradford area and have two distinct congregations:
Early Church meets at 9:30,
and the traditional service meets at 11:00 am.
There is also a midweek service on Wednesdays at 10 am.
Holy Trinity is part of a benefice: we also have a sister church called St Andrew's in Oakenshaw.
"The Spirit of the Lord is on me because he has annointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free, to proclaim the year of the Lord's favour"