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The 2016 Elders’ Conference for all Trinity Elders will be held on Saturday 1 October from 10am until 4pm.  This annual conference is held to review and discuss matters of key importance to our church’s work and wellbeing, enabling us to take stock of where we are and formulate appropriate goals for the months and years ahead.  The focus of this year’s conference will be “Meaningful Membership”.

giftAs many of you will be aware, each year we conduct a ballot for Gift Day nominations and we now need to decide which charities will benefit in 2016.

The 10 charities selected will comprise 4 local, 3 national and 3 international organisations. There is further information at the bottom of this Voting Form.

I should be grateful if you would complete the Voting Form and return it to me at forothers@trinitywimbledon.org, or put a printed copy in the ballot box in the vestibule at Trinity on Sundays, or post it to me at the Trinity office by 2 October. Do contact either myself or Robin Goodchild if you need any further information.

When the Gift Day appeal is launched in early October the charities receiving most support in the ballot will be highlighted.

Please take the time to vote in this important fundraising event in the Trinity calendar.

Robin Ingram (‘For Others’ Secretary)

Sunday 25 September
09:30         Bible with Breakfast
09:30         Choir practice
11:00         Morning worship

Monday 26 September
20:00         Badminton

Tuesday 27 September

Wednesday 28 September

Thursday 29 September
20:00         “Money to Burn” – Trinity colloquium

Friday 30 September
10:00        Trinity Toddlers
19:45        Choir practice
20:00         Friday Fellowship

Saturday 1 October
10:00         Annual Elders’ Conference
16:00         Pilots

Sunday 2 October – Rededication Sunday
09:15         Bible with Breakfast
10:30         Elders’ Meeting
11:00        Morning worship with Holy Communion
12:30         Macmillan coffee morning

BWB2Bible with Breakfast starts up again this Sunday (25 September) from 9:30‐10:30 in Room 2 of the Mansel Road Centre.

It’s an informal group in which we study books or themes of the Bible over croissants and coffee – a great way to start a Sunday! 

At the moment we are studying Norman Warren’s book, ‘Directions’, which presents a series of self-contained reflections on the Christian faith.  The next three topics are: prayer, ‘on active service’ and ‘I believe in Jesus Christ’.

We’d love to welcome new members to share in our fellowship.  If you’d like more information, talk to/e-mail Sarah Elliot on biblewithbreakfast@trinitywimbledon.org.

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