Walk with us at Holy Trinity as we explore faith and ask deeper questions. You can do this on your own, meet online with others, or talk with us – you decide.
“Come and see” is the invitation Philip gives to Nathaniel in John's gospel, to come and see Jesus. Throughout February and March, we’ll be exploring deeper questions of faith together, through a combination of videos and reflections released during Lent, from the Diocese of Oxford. You might like to watch this invitation video from the Bishop of Oxford.
To receive the weekly videos and daily reflections during Lent, please register using the button below:
Groups during Lent
Links to the weekly videos:
- I believe in God, Father almighty (21st February)
- I believe in Jesus Christ (28th February)
- He was crucified, died and rose again ... (7th March)
- I believe in the Holy Spirit (14th March)
- The Church and the forgiveness of sins (21st March)
Links to the contemplative practices
- Stilling (21st February)
- Dwelling (28th February)
- Mending (7th March)
- Noticing (14th March)
- Blessing (21st March)
Joined us during lockdown?
Come and See is for people at all stages of faith, including those who are wondering or curious. It’s the perfect opportunity to explore questions of faith. Explore on your own, and if you want you can chat with someone from Holy Trinity or another church local to you. Registering is simple: you need only a first name and email address, this will bring weekly videos and a daily reflection during Lent to your inbox, click on the image below:
Member of Holy Trinity congregation?
As well as registering, you can invite others to join. 'Come and See' is for everyone. We all know people who are curious about faith, especially at this time of lockdown, so think of one or two you might invite.
- Pray for those people, that they will come to know more about Jesus in this time
- Invite them to 'Come and See'. If you'd like some help with that, we have some ideas to help you.
The staff team will be inviting people we have contact with over social media, but there's nothing quite like a personal invitation, so give it a go!
Please hold Come and See in your prayers throughout this time, as people in Prestwood, Great Kingshill and across the Diocese of Oxford will be exploring questions of faith and coming to see Jesus more clearly.