Church for everyone at the heart of Henley
For the duration of lockdown 3.0...
...we will be holding our Main Service at Holy Trinity Church, RG9 1SE and our Family Track (for 2-8 yr olds with their parents/carers) at St Mary's Church, RG9 2AU. Both start at 4pm. We will keep this page updated with any changes.
If you would prefer to Livestream our service from home, please click the link below, or use Meeting ID: 357 620 021; Password: 1234
A safe and positive service for all ages
In a town like Henley, Sunday mornings are increasingly busy, especially for families. Church in the afternoon not only fits better with the rhythms of family life, but enables Christian believers to be involved in the local community in sports clubs and other Sunday morning social activities.
From 4pm, we meet for around 40 minutes to worship, hear from God's word and pray together. During lockdown, we are unable to run children's groups as normal so instead, we are running a 'Family Track', parallel to the main service, which is suitable for 2-7 year olds with their parent/carer. To find out more, head to our blog. For under 2s who struggle in the main service, there is a livestream of the service, which you can sit and watch in the foyer.
A safe place to meet
The facilities at Christ Church mean we can meet together safely as a community, keeping to social distancing measures. There is a generous auditorium for the adults during the service and the main hall provides ample space for the Family Track. Our risk assessment and safe services policy ensure thorough cleaning and good hygiene is maintained. These can be found here.
We kindly ask anyone with Coronavirus symptoms or living in a house with someone with symptoms not to come to our physical meeting but to livestream the service instead.
a POSITIVE PLACE FOR ALL AGES
Lots of children come along to Trinity at Four, and a key priority for us is running engaging and accessible Sunday groups for children where they are taught about Jesus from the Bible. With so many life questions raised in recent months, a great opportunity for all to experience the hope and good news held out by Jesus in the Bible.
We are taking extra care to abide by government rules on social distancing and you can read our risk assessment for children's work here.
a SAFE CHURCH
We take safeguarding very seriously. Anyone who works with young or vulnerable people undergoes regular safeguarding training: all children's leaders are DBS checked and we follow the Diocese's safe recruitment process.