100% of the proceeds to Ukraine ( VO 1931)
Venue : Holy Trinity Church Hall, 75 Rudolph Street, Sliema.
TICKET ONLY PLEASE CALL URSULA SMITH 00356 99263572
Soup of the day:
Traditional Ukrainian Borsch hot red soup made of potato, carrot, onion, cabbage, and beetroot in vegetable broth. Served with rye bread and sour cream.
Borscht first appeared in Kyivan Rus'. In Old Slavonic it is translated as beetroot. Every housewife has her own recipes for cooking borscht, but always it is made of cabbage potatoes fried onions with carrots tomatoes herbs and garlic. It may be in meat broth or vegetarian.
Main Dish :
Chicken Kyiv with Grechka and Sauerkraut white chicken roulade stuffed with butter and herbs, breaded and seasoned. Served with boiled buckwheat (grechka) and sauerkraut.
Chicken Kyiv was first cooked in 1918. In 1945, Chicken Kyiv cutlet was added to the menu of an expensive restaurant on Kreschatik, the main street of Kyiv, and since then every visitor of the city wanted to try a rare and unusual dish.
Buckwheat is native to southern China but was first cultivated by Greek monks in Kyivan Rus' in the seventh century. Buckwheat became a national Ukrainian dish because of its health benefits and long shelf life, and soon spread to other Slavic lands. Today, buckwheat is a superfood. It contains a complex of carbohydrates, large amounts of protein, iron and B vitamins. Sauerkraut is fermented cabbage, contains a lot of lactic acid bacteria are formed, which are useful for immunity and digestion.
Varenyky (dumplings) dumplings with mash potatoes filling, served with sour cream and sautéed onion. Varenyky are cooked pies made of unleavened dough with a variety of fillings - with potatoes, cabbage, mushrooms, cheese and sweet cherry.
Zavyvanets with poppy seeds yeast dough roll with poppy seeds filling. It is traditionally prepared for the Christmas holidays and Easter. According to the classic recipe, zavyvanets is a yeast dough with a variety of fillings, like poppy seeds, nuts, apples, cherries etc.
Uzvar dried fruit and berries broth. It was served as a festive drink on Christmas Eve in Kyivan Rus'. It is very tasty, even without sugar, and contains a lot of nutrients
WE ALSO PRAY FOR ALL PEOPLES INCLUDING RUSSIA WHO ARE SUFFERING THROUGH BAD GOVERNMENT AND EVIL REGIEMES ..
WE ALSO collect clothes and necessities for the families and donations are always welcome.
Priest : Father Clement Upton
Holy Trinity Anglican Church,
Church address and priest's residence: Bishop’s House,
75 Rudolph Street, Sliema, Malta SLM 1273
Telephone Office 00356 27335231
Father Clement Upton : Mobile number 00356 77106166
Voluntary Organisation number : VO/1931
WORSHIP and SERVICES
All The services are in English
Every Sunday: 10.00 am Sung Eucharist
Every Friday: 10.00 am Said Eucharist
Any changes will be shown on the Church noticeboard.
All denominations welcome:
As of 1st May 2022 most Covid 19 restrictions have been lifted in Malta.
HOWEVER WE STILL RECCOMEND USING HAND SANITISERS AND THE USE OF FACE MASKS EVEN THOUGH THEY ARE NOT COMPULSORY, PLEASE RESPECT OTHERS AND THE GUIDELINES TO KEEP A SAFE PLACE OF WORSHIP.
Everyone is welcome to join us!
The Church of England invites to Holy Communion new worshipers or all baptized persons who are communicant members of other Churches, which subscribe to the doctrine of the Holy Trinity.
Those prevented by conscience or the rules of their own Churches from receiving the Blessed Sacrament are invited to receive a blessing.
Holy Trinity Church is also open for private prayer:
Mon – Fri 10.00 am to 12 noon and 4.00 pm to 6.00 pm Sat 10.00 am to 12 noon.
FELLOWSHIP ( After Covid-19 regulations cease)
Tea/coffee and biscuits are normally served in the garden of Bishop’s House (75 Rudolph Street) after the Sunday service. Please enter the garden from the side gate and not through the house – please ask the Church Wardens/Sides person or a member of the congregation for directions if you are unsure of the way.
Valletta to Sliema and Holy Trinity the bus to take is the Number 21.
St Pauls, Buggiba, Qawra, to Sliema and Holy Trinity the bus to take is the number 212 .
(Mon – Fri 10.00 am to 12 noon and 5.00 pm to 7.00 pm
Sat 10.00 am to 12 noon
Sun Closed - but please join us in Church!
If you are interested in joining our team of volunteers at Books ‘n’ Bits please contact: email@example.com
Mobile 00356 99472541
BOOKS ‘N’ BITS
Books ‘n’ Bits, staffed by volunteers, is adjacent to Holy Trinity Church. We have a huge selection of used books, clothes and other items. Payment is by donation.
Large selection of ‘Books’, fiction and non-fiction, such as:
autobiographies, biographies, children’s, classics, dictionaries, language, large print, Maltese, mother and baby, business, cookery, reference, romance, school books ,sports, travel, vintage books.
Interesting, ever changing selection of pre-loved ‘Bits’ such as:
women’s, men’s and children’s clothes, shoes, bags, scarves, hats, jewellery, accessories, frames, ornaments, kitchenalia, toys and games ... and much more
Why not treat yourself to a keepsake of your visit to Malta and to Holy Trinity? We have:
Limited edition prints by local artist, numbered 1 – 100, .
Holy Trinity book (Holy Trinity Church Sliema by Alan Keighley).
We also have a selection of delicious home-made jams, marmalades and chutneys, .
If you have any unwanted books and other items, in good condition, that you would like to donate, please bring them along to Books ‘n’ Bits during opening hours.
We also collect used postage stamps and plastic bottle tops for charity.
Books N Bits is also a collection point for food bank donations, all donations welcome !
Further information OR to Volunteer please e mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Mobile 00356 99472541
Please e mail email@example.com.
Do you enjoy singing? Would you like to join the Church Choir?
Or are you ‘just visiting’? If you sing in a choir at home, you are welcome to join our Choir.
Enthusiasm is more important than ability! Why not give it a try this Sunday?
Just inform a sides-person and they will guide you to our Choir Vestry, or, for further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Originally situated in the garden of Bishop’s House and newly constructed in 2020, the Remembrance Garden is situated in front of the main ( side entrance) side door of Holy Trinity Church, the centrepiece of which is the original roof cross from the Church, dated around 1867.
Bouquets and wreaths may be placed in memory of loved ones. Seating is provided nearby for private prayer and contemplation. For the placement of memorial plaques please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Become a recognised member of the congregation: if you wish to join the Electoral roll or be a Church council Member or join the rota for being a sides person or do some readings, just contact Peter Spence one of the Church Wardens in Church or email email@example.com
The Anglican Diocese Of Europe
Bishop of the Diocese of Europe :
The Right Reverend Dr Robert Innes
Bishop of The Archdeaconry of Italy and The Maltese Islands : The Right Reverend Dr David Hamid
Archdeacon of Italy and The Maltese Islands:
Revd. Canon David Waller
Priest in Charge of The Chaplaincy of Holy Trinity Sliema:
Father Clement Upton e- mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Church Wardens :
Mike Hathaway e- mail email@example.com
Peter Spence e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Chaplaincy Secretary :
Janne Broeckx e- mail email@example.com
Church Treasurer :
Ursula Smith e- mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Archdeaconry Synod Rep:
Paul Smith e mail email@example.com
Electoral roll officer :
Church Organist ;
Safeguarding officer :
Available on Request
Peter Spence e mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Books ‘n’ Bits :
Mike Hathaway e-mail email@example.com
Trinity Hall Bookings/Events More Information :
If you are troubled or seeking solace you will find it in The Peace of God.
The Holy Trinity of The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit is here to help you.
If you feel you would like a private conversation, simply ask Fr Clement Upton after the Service and he will arrange a private chat with you.
Trinity Church Hall
The Church Hall (Trinity Hall), situated behind the Church, is available to hire for private functions and events such as conferences, parties, concerts, religious meetings, etc.
Tables and chairs
Large outside terrace
Please note that the hall currently has no disabled access or ground floor toilet facilities.
For further information and prices of hire please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
To be announced :
The Diocese in Europe - Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 75 Rudolph Street, Sliema, Malta
The protection of children and adults who may be vulnerable from harm is of paramount importance to us. We will not tolerate abuse in any form. As a chaplaincy within the Diocese in Europe, we comply fully with the requirements of the Diocese’s Safeguarding Policy*
We will not in any way tolerate the abuse of children or adults
Specifically, at Holy Trinity, we are committed to:
*For information, you can find the detailed Diocesan policy and how it is implemented across all chaplaincies in this Diocese on the Diocese in Europe website
Signed by the Priest and Churchwardens:
How do we action our Safeguarding Policy?
The information below will help you to understand what we do – and how you can help in reporting any suspected safeguarding issues.
What do we mean by ‘Abuse’?
The groups of concern include children and young people under the age of 18 who are vulnerable because of their age and life experience and also adults who may be vulnerable for a variety of reasons including a disability, an illness or their advanced years. The nature of the abuse can include playing on people’s emotions, neglecting their needs, physical or sexual assault, cultural abuse (eg due to race or religious beliefs) and financial abuse.
People with special responsibilities
This Chaplaincy has appointed a Safeguarding Officer who is responsible for the overall co-ordination of safeguarding in this Chaplaincy. If you have any questions or concerns about our safeguarding policy or any worries about someone potentially being abused, in the first instance contact:
Holy Trinity Church on email@example.com or on (+356) 27335231
Or speak to either of the Churchwardens
Any issues (which will be treated in absolute confidence) will then be passed on to the Safeguarding Officer so that they can get back to you to discuss your concerns.
People in our Chaplaincy who work with children and vulnerable adults
People who work with children and adults who may be vulnerable may be required to be checked to ensure that they have no history which may make them unsuitable for that role. The Chaplaincy complies with the Diocesan requirements for such checks.
Other groups who use our premises
Other (ie non Chaplaincy) groups who use our premises for activities involving children, young people and adults who may be vulnerable must either:
Reporting suspected abuse
Everyone has a responsibility to be vigilant in spotting incidents of abuse. If you become aware of abuse in any form (no matter how seemingly trivial) please use the contact details above in the first instance or tell the Priest in Charge, the Churchwardens, Area Dean or Archdeacon as soon as you can.
If you would prefer, you can call the confidential Diocesan telephone line and leave a message as to your concerns - +44 (0) 207 898 1163. The Diocesan Safeguarding Team will get back to you as soon as possible.
The Diocese will then ensure that the concerns are properly investigated and will let you know the outcome.
In addition, it is of course your right and duty as a citizen to inform the local law enforcement agencies where you believe a criminal offence has been committed.
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