HTU’s Response to COVID-19

Sunday Worship

Attending in Person: You can also attend the Sunday service in person, but need to book a seat, so that we can control how many come to any service.  If you would like to attend, please go to our bookings page.
You will be asked to make an account, which is important, as you can then check and/or cancel your bookings.

You can find the guidelines we follow during the service here.

Live-Streaming: We are live streaming our services at 10:30am on Sundays. You will find here the link by Saturday. The services are recorded so you can also see them later. Click here to see our YouTube channel and subscribe.

LIVE STREAMING LINK:

  • Third Sunday after Epiphany – 10.30am Sunday 24 January. For the service go to our YouTube Channel here. (which will appear by the Saturday before the service).
    For the Zoom coffee hour after the service at 11:45am, please click here.
  • Godly Play – 9am Sunday mornings – The link was changed on 27 December, the new link is found by clicking here. To view past episodes of Godly Play please click here.

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

For links to Previous Services over the past months at HTU please click here. Or Click here to see our YouTube channel and subscribe.


Daily Morning and Evening Prayer

These services, prayed at Holy Trinity Church in Utrecht, follow the Psalms, Daily Readings (1922) (ESV – Anglicised version) and prayers according to the Book of Common Prayer. We have suspended doing these services by Zoom, but you are welcome to come anytime. You do not need to receive an invitation ahead of time.

Tuesdays to Fridays:

  • 8:00am Morning Prayer
  • 5:30pm Evening Prayer

Saturdays:

  • 9:00am Morning Prayer
  • 5:00pm Evening Prayer

If you want to say these daily offices on your own you can find the daily readings here.  You can purchase a Book of Common Prayer or a Common Worship Book or you can follow Common Worship or the Book of Common Prayer on the Church of England’s website.

If you want to follow these services by Zoom, you can go to the Anglican Church in the Netherlands website to join a service from another church.


Meditations on Bible Readings

Meditations
on the Morning Prayer
New Testament reading
from Daleen Bakker

Daleen is a member of Holy Trinity Utrecht congregation. She has finished work on a pre-master in Theology in Nijmegen and is now completing a bachelor in International Land and Water Management in Wageningen.

Daleen would love to hear any feedback or if you have any comments or questions on what she says (daleen@hotmail.nl).

Daleen is taking a break from making these meditations while she focuses on finishing her Bachelor’s thesis. For the latest meditations on Mark’s Gospel, you find them on our YouTube channel by clicking here and see “Uploads”.

For more Meditations on the New Testament books of Hebrews and John please CLICK HERE.


Occasional Meditations
on the Morning Prayer
Old Testament Reading
from the Chaplain

For Meditations on the Old Testament Lessons from previous days and an introduction to Exodus please CLICK HERE.


Pastoral Care

Fr David is very available by telephone for calls (06 124 104 31). Our Pastoral Assistants – Danielle Los (06 111 50 152) and Harry Barrowclough (0344 572 799) – are also available by telephone.  Local Contacts have been making friendly calls to encourage those in their area. 

Danielle Los, our Pastoral Assistant, is coordinating special care during this corona virus pandemic.  Please contact Danielle Los at 06 111 50 152 if you are sick, or if you are self-isolating, or if you are in need of any assistance, or would like prayers or someone to speak to more regularly.  Please also contact her if you are willing to provide help to others.  She can make connections between those who live close by.  She will engage the Prayer Ministry Team.  

We also encourage you all to continue to connect with one another for mutual encouragement.


It is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord,
and to sing praises unto thy name, O Most High:
To show forth thy lovingkindness in the morning,

and thy faithfulness every night.
Psalm 92:1-2