While we are required to be socially-separated as we navigate this unusual time of pandemic, we never want to be socially isolated from one another. Here you will find a collection of resources: letters from our church leadership, information about COVID-19, and other ways we can support each other as we seek to care for each other while separated.
"Getting Ready to Open Our Doors" -- Parish of the Valley Brochure, August 12, 2020
"In this Together" - The Anglican Diocese of Ottawa's COVID-19 Plan, Updated August 11, 2020
Holy Week Letter from the Primate, April 6, 2020
Holy Week Letter from the Metropolitan, Apri 6, 2020
Holy Week Letter from the Valley Clergy Team, April 5, 2020
Jubilee Letter from Bishop John Chapman, April 3, 2020
A Letter to the Diocese of Ottawa from the Metropolitan, March 31, 2020
Second Pastoral Letter from Bishop John Chapman, March 26, 2020
A Memo to Local Funeral Providers from the Valley Clergy Team, March 26, 2020
A Pastoral Letter from the Primate, March 20, 2020
"A Word from One is a Word from All" - Ontario House of Bishops, March 20, 2020
An Open Letter to the Eganville Leader by Canon Susan Clifford, March 17, 2020
First Pastoral Letter from Bishop John Chapman, March 16, 2020
COVID-19 Information from the Government of Canada Public Health
COVID-19 Self-Assessment for if you think you may be experiencing symptoms
General Information about COVID-19 in Ontario
Renfrew County and District Health Unit information on COVID-19
Renfrew County Phone-a-Doctor Assessment Line, for those who do not have a doctor.
To help provide for the continued health of our staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, the church office at Holy Trinity's Aborn House is closed to all visitors, including all parishioners, until further notice.
The church office remains open to staff, and both Gail and Gaetan will continue to answer telephone calls, respond to emails, collect the mail, and ensure continued cleanliness.
We thank you for understanding and for not visiting the church office at this time.
If you are unable to get out to get groceries or refill prescriptions, please call your local stores. Many of our local grocery stores and pharmacies will deliver. If they are unable to deliver, please reach out to a member of your congregation or a member of the clergy team so that we can help you find ways to get what you need.