The magazine of Holy Trinity Ashby - July & August 2019 Edition
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Where is your treasure? As our variable summer rolls on, I'd like to invite you to think about your sense of security. Often we face unexpected turns in life. The things we thought were solid, even certain end up disappearing like the morning mist.
The June meeting is at The Tap House, at 7:00 p.m. on 25 June.
June 2019 Church Warden's Report to the PCC
On Saturday 8 June Josie Renshaw organised an afternoon tea in Church. his was the first in a new series of events to raise money for the organ fund and £645 was raised.*
Dean Henry Alford, The Wheat, The Appeal of the Third Verse, and a dead donkey
It has begun - our work with young people outdoors. We’ve always worked in the outdoors with young people but now...
With decreasing levels of food and increasing conflict, nearly 50 per cent of Nigeria’s estimated 180 million population is living in extreme poverty.
A friend likened it to arriving in a strange country where you don’t know your way about or the language. I am feeling this as I try to decide about setting up an online shop.
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Information about baptisms, weddings and funerals.
The Trinity Life Magazine has long provided useful numbers for our community. Moving this idea on-line we are developing Ashby Plus, a directory of contact information that would be of use to our community.
The Print format
From 2019 Trinity Life will have an A4-double-sided print edition that will introduce the online edition and include the cover article. The print edition will have links, in the form of QR codes and short web-addresses, to enable easy access of any particular section of the online edition. You can down load recent editions of the print edition here.
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Trinity Life (Old Format)
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