In light of the Coronavirus situation, several activities (both church-organised and external) that normally take place on our premises are cancelled for the time being.
We’ve always said that the church is the people and not the building. We will now put that to the test as we live out our Christian discipleship in new and different ways.
All worship services at Oadby Trinity and other Methodist Churches are currently suspended.
We are hoping to conduct online worship at 10:30 each Sunday instead. These will be held by video-conference with the possibility of people also joining by telephone. If you want to join us for worship please contact Reverend Derek McLean at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sadly we can no longer open the church for prayer under the latest guidance issued by the Methodist Church.
We will continue to pray individually in our own homes and we will share items for prayer. If you have a particular concern you would like to be held in prayer, please contact the minister, indicating whether that is confidential or whether you would like it shared with the people on our prayer chain. (If you are asking for prayers for somebody else please let us know that you have permission to share that information.)
Zeph's Cafe remains a key part of the way the church serves this community. Unfortunately the café area closed on the 20th March and the takeaway service on the 23rd.
The Food Bank will continue to operate for as long as we are able to do so. If you want to make a donation it would be especially welcome at this time. For further information, please call 07913 525718.
Many activities that take place on our premises have been suspended, but please contact the leader of your group for the latest information. Groups that we know are not currently meeting are indicated so on our regular events page as a guide.
At this time, please consider the safety and health of yourself and others. The resources below may be helpful:
Oadby Food Bank operates from our premises fortnightly on Fridays (11:30-12:30)
3rd & 17th April, 1st, 15th & 29th May
Click here for more details
|Our minister is|
Rev Derek McLean