Welcome to Holy Trinity Shaw. Our Church is part of the Ecumenical Partnership of West Swindon and Lydiard Tregoze.
We worship together at Holy Trinity Shaw every Sunday at 10.30 am. All are welcome.
We are an Ecumenical Church where people from different denominations (Anglican, Methodist, URC, Baptist) come together to worship God. Come just as you are. God is love, and God loves you.
We are following Government Guidance and masks are being used inside the building please.
We are praying for our world each day and we give thanks with everyone in our nation for the NHS and all those who are working so hard in these difficult times.
We are now worshipping in person but we also have a weekly service sheet if you prefer to use at home with the following link: Please join us for Worship each week using our Worship Sheet
Here is a summary of our addendum to our Risk Assessment, detailing how the Church is currently following precautions against Covid spread. Summary
Messy Church dates on Sunday 13th February, Sunday 13th March and Sunday 10th April at 4pm. See link for more details.
Prayer during the Corona Virus Outbreak
He will cover you with his wings;
you will be safe in his care;
his faithfulness will protect and defend you.
You need not fear any dangers at night
or sudden attacks during the day
Join us in prayer:
Lord Jesus, we humbly ask you to protect us and keep us safe in this time of disease. We pray for those who are unwell at this moment that you bring healing and your peace. And we pray for comfort and strength for relatives and friends of people who are ill.
Lord, at this time of huge change and uncertainty we take refuge under your wings, safe in your care. We pray that you replace anxiety or fear with your peace, and that you protect our hearts and minds in your steadfast love.
We pray for comfort for anyone who has lost a loved one at this time; the comfort beyond understanding of His constant loving presence.
Lord Jesus, protect and care for all the front line workers, the medical staff and ancillary staff, carers, emergency services, the workers selling and maintaining a supply of food, medicine and necessities, and those delivering post and maintaining our services. Give them energy and health.
We pray for our leaders, both nationally and locally, that they make wise and courageous decisions to limit the spread of this virus and protect the communities.
We ask all these things in the authority of your Holy name Lord Jesus Christ.
We are committed to praying for our Community. Please contact us here if you have a prayer request.