“Worship At Home” will be posted here and emailed to our subscribers tomorrow morning.
Bible readings will be Matthew 25:31-46 and Isaiah 56:1-8.
Looking forward to sharing in worship!

We now have a dedicated mobile phone for prayer requests.  This will work in the same way as the boards in the Mansel Road Centre, but by phone.  Please text or call 07561 608862 if you would like to leave a prayer request.Prayer tree in foyer, with prayer leaves requesting prayer

Jesus brings Lazarus back to life
This week’s materials for Junior Church (and anyone else!) from Sarah Elliot are here…..

You’ll find below links to a Bible story, notes/discussion/songs, activities for the 11+ group, colouring and activity sheets for younger children, and other resources.

Bible story
Children’s Sheet
Colouring sheet
Colouring sheet 2
YP sheet

These resources, based on the Roots resources which are used in Junior Church, are are being emailed weekly.  If you are not on the Junior Church mailing list do contact us at office@trinitywimbledon.org and we’ll add you to the list.

We’d love to see what the children create – please do send photos to Sarah and we’ll see if we can put them on the website.

For the second time since the coronavirus pandemic stopped us meeting together physically, the Elders’ Council met by videoconferencing this evening.  We will continue to ‘meet’ weekly for the foreseeable future to ensure that our worship, pastoral care and fellowship are maintained during this difficult period.

From Derek Estill and Nigel Uden, Moderators of the General Assembly

Amid this Covid-19 shaped world, we greet you in the name of God –

by whose grace we were created,
by whose mercy and love we are sustained,
by whose love we will be held forever.

Even as we are moderators of the General Assembly, so we are immersed in local churches, and it is as your companions on the way that we wished to write to you this weekend. Our experiences mirror yours – we, too, are distancing ourselves physically from others, we too are feeling uncertain, sometimes even fearful.

Coronavirus Covid-19 has been creeping up on us. We watched its effect upon other countries and washed our hands as we sang ‘Happy birthday’. Now it is affecting us, and last Sunday Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s First Minister, punctured any complacency there may have been, saying, “life should not feel normal”, and if it does, you should ask “if you are doing the right things”. It’s a new world, and we don’t always feel so brave.

How should we react? There have been essential things to do. Far from having less on our agenda, many of us have been burning the candle at both ends. And there was no alternative; stuff was happening, and we needed to deal with it. But it seems Covid-19 will shape our lives for some time to come. Read More