- St Paul’s Cathedral Melbourne: cathedral.org.au . On Sunday 8 August 2021 there will be a 10am Choral Eucharist and an 8am Book of Common Prayer (1662) Eucharist.
- Anglican Parish of the Parks – St Silas and St Anselm, Albert Park: parishoftheparks.com.au. Follow the links to Worship and Sunday Video. NB 9.30am Sundays – Sung Eucharist.
- St John’s Camberwell: stjohnscamberwell.org.au Follow links to ‘Online Services’. Eucharist @ 8am, Sung Eucharist @ 10am.
- St George’s East Ivanhoe: stgeorgeseastivanhoe.org Follow links to ‘Media’. Choral Eucharist@ 10am is streamed on Facebook and Youtube.
- St Hilary’s Kew: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKPqso01v8U 10am – Sunday 26 September 2021
*** THE NEXT HTPM PARISH ‘ZOOM’ GET TOGETHER: NEXT Sunday: October 3 @ 12 noon! ***
The next parish ‘Zoom’ event will be held NEXT Sunday October 3 @ 12noon. The link will be forwarded this week.
MEDITATION VIA ZOOM!
Many of you will be familiar with the Meditation Group that Jill has run for many years on a Monday at 5.30pm in the church. Due to the covid lockdown Jill is now doing the same meditation session via Zoom. Same time – Mondays at 5.30pm during term time. Once in to the session, please put yourself on mute so there is no background noise!
The link is: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9966874006
THE MELBOURNE ANGLICAN (TMA) – September edition
As we are unable to get to church at the moment in person to receiver the printed edition of TMA, please find the link below to access the digital September edition of TMA as well as a pdf copy.
BASP (BRIGIDINE ASYLUM SEEKERS PROJECT)
Many of you will be familiar with BASP, as before covid emerged, HTPM supported the project by collecting donations of food and grocery items. The project is based at 54 Beaconsfield Parade Albert Park and aims to:
- Provide hospitality and practical support for people seeking asylum;
- Actively network with like-minded individuals and groups who are working for justice for asylum seekers;
- Promote advocacy for the rights of asylum seekers;
- Raise awareness of asylum seeker issues and concerns through a range of activities.
How can we at Holy Trinity help?
- Pray regularly for refugees and asylum seekers and for the work of BASP;
- Subscribe to the BASP newsletter: basp.org.au , offer financial donations (details in newsletter);
- *** Once we can meet in person at church, the donation basket will again be placed next to the entry table. ***
The following are still very much appreciated:
Sugar, cooking oil, Cans of fruit and tomatoes,
Herbs and spices,
Blocks of individually wrapped cheese, Peanut butter,
Long life milk, tea and coffee, cheese, honey is a most appreciated food, noodles, tuna, basmati rice, dates, jam
Gladwrap, tinfoil, pegs for hanging out washing,
Sweet and Savoury Biscuits, Snacks for school lunches (even when home!), Salt and pepper, Spices: coriander, cinnamon, ginger,
Shampoo and Conditioner, Shaving Cream and shavers, Toothpaste and toothbrushes, Soap, deodorants,
Garbage bags (small and large),
***There is never enough washing powder, dish washing detergents and household cleaning products.***