We will be holding a church supper to celebrate the Chinese New Year – the Year of the Monkey – on Saturday 20 February at 6.30pm.  This is always a very popular event and numbers have to be limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment.  Sign up on the notice board in the vestry corridor.

Adults:  £10; children £6, family (2 adults and 2 children) £30.  The price includes a full Chinese meal with jasmine tea (bring your own wine or soft drinks, if required).

Sunday 7 February
09:15      Bible with Breakfast
10:30      Elders’ Meeting
11:00      Morning Worship with Holy Communion
13:00      Youth Forum
17:00      Merton Winter Night Shelter

Monday 8 February
20:00      Badminton

Tuesday 9 February
20:00      Church Meeting

Wednesday 10 February – Ash Wednesday
 20:00      Joint Service at St Mark’s Wimbledon
21:00      Church & Society at the Mansel Road Centre

Thursday 11 February 

Friday 12 February
10:00      Trinity Toddlers
10:00      Olive Branch Café
19:45      Choir Practice

Saturday 13 February
16:00      ‘Supersonic’ Music Club

Sunday 14 February
09:30      Bible with Breakfast
11:00      Morning worship
17:00      Winter Night Shelter


All Trinity members are reminded of our next Church Meeting on Tuesday 9 February at 8pm.
The agenda will include:

Recent events & developments

  • Responding to LMMR report received at last Church Meeting (including refinement of our Church Action Plan)
  • Reviewing Trinity’s Christmas Tree Festival

Present opportunities

  • Exploring a possible Merton chapter of “Citizens UK”
  • Approach from South London Refugee Association

Coming events

  • Lent arrangements (Ash Wednesday, Lent Course, worship in Old Hall)
  • Chinese New Year Supper
  • Speaker Evening
  • Election of Elders

lent-newFollowing the collection of daily devotions produced for Advent and Christmas,  a new series for Lent, written by a group of people from the URC’s Northern and North Western Synods has been devised.

Each day you will be emailed one of the readings from the Daily Lectionary together with a short reflection on the reading and a short prayer.  These will start on Ash Wednesday and end on Holy Saturday.

For further details and to sign up, click here.

Lent is the season of preparation for Easter, which starts on Ash Wednesday and takes in 40 weekdays before Easter. Lent is a time for self-examination and reflection.

Our annual ecumenical service for Ash Wednesday on 10 February at 8pm will be held this year at St Mark’s church, Wimbledon.  All are most welcome.