The Monastery’s Future

On the day when the national minimum wage goes up by a princely 15p an hour, Greece announces her inability to make the required deficit reductions this year or next, and thousands of 65-year olds think they will have to work for ever, we have the temerity to bring you a revised audiovisual presentation on the monastery and its future.

Bad timing? I hope not.  Monasteries think in terms of centuries and eternity rather than the present alone. That is worth pondering, especially since every time you go online you leave indelible traces of your presence. Do, please, tell others about the presentation if you think it would interest them. Our main web site gives details of the many ways in which you can help. Every penny counts, but even if you feel you can’t spare anything, we value your good wishes and prayer.

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4 thoughts on “The Monastery’s Future”

  1. This is the time to emphasize that wonderful parable about a rich man has as much a chance of getting into heaven as a camel through the eye of a needle.

    This is one of those times I wish I could say I was rich, but that simply is not the case… however I’ll be there in spirit.

  2. If everyone who visits the Holy Trinity Monastery web sites gave somewhere between 50 cents to a dollar or the equivalent within the next four weeks, would you really have the funds you need for the new monastery?

    I was hesitant to send in a small amount, but I guess even a little bit from a lot of people can make a difference.

  3. A little from a lot of people can make a huge difference, especially if you all use the Charity Choice option I mentioned above and on our main web site. (It’s been there for ages, but one doesn’t always notice.) Please don’t think that being able to give only a little means that what you do is unimportant. It isn’t.

    It’s difficult to predict whether we’d get enough in four weeks but certainly, if every person who visited our web sites last year had given 35c or 23p when they visited, we’d have raised the money we need for a house by now.

    Can we make this viral? Depends on you, our friends and supporters, spreading the word.

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