Blogs 

Here you can find our growing collection of recent articles.
 


Trinity Testimonies

This is a new occasional Blog with Testimonies of what God has done. You will need to log in to see these testimonies. Please do not share this information online without the explicit permission of the author. 

Tim's Trinity Life Pieces (TTLP's)

Each edition of our montly magazine, Trinity Life, begins with a short article by Tim Phillips (Tim Vicar in the Flagstaff Family of Churches). Here are some recent examples. 
God is at work in our world. He is transforming lives though his Son.
Tim Phillips
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There is a wonderful move of God evidenced by his people gathering to pray. This autumn the Archbishop of Canterbury is coming to our diocese as part of a mission visit...
Tim Phillips
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Welcome to the October Edition of Trinity Life. This month I want introduce a range of new things...
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CAP Blog

Updates about the work of CAP Ashby. Christians Against Poverty have been working in our area since 2010.
It is with real sadness, I have announced recently that Sarah Phillips is standing down as our Debt Coach at MNF Debt Centre.
Katie Johnson
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Hello, my name is Katie Johnson, my family and I moved to Ashby in August 2016, after attending HTA from a distance (Narborough 20 miles away to be exact) for around 9 months.
Katie Johnson
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Iris' Archives

Mrs Iris Holt, Church Warden Emerita at Holy Trinity Ashby, has long gathered material that supports and sustains her Christian faith. Starting in 2017, Iris is going to share snippets from her archives, both online (as a blog) and in Trinity Life, our monthly magazine.
William Tyndale, O Little Town of Bethlehem, Carols on the Street
Tim Phillips
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From the 1st Century A.D. Through to the present 21st Century, many people have influenced the way of Christian living and the pattern of our worship...
Iris Holt
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Trinity Art Gallery (TAG)

Starting with Rachael Bayliss' entry to a 2017 competition, we are brining together artwork from members of our church family. The Trinity Art Gallery is for church members. Please log in to see the images, notes and to leave comments.

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Tim Phillips, 23/09/2017