The Daily Devotions from the URC are going to be featured on the BBC Programme Songs of Praise on Sunday 24 June.  The programme looks at the Power of Prayer and features the Devotions as an example of how technology is helping people develop a discipline of daily prayer.

The programme will include an interview with the Rev’d Dr Susan Durber who both writes and uses the Devotions as part of her own spiritual discipline.  Andy Braunston, Coordinator of the Daily Devotions from the URC Project, is also interviewed.

Various football matches are being screened on BBC1 which means the Songs of Praise episode will be shown on BBC2 – times vary but it seems to be starting between 1pm and 2pm – check the schedule for your TV region!  Do keep an eye out for it and remember you can watch it on iPlayer too.

Sunday 17 June
09:30      Choir practice
11:00      Morning Worship – Holy Habits: Giving
17:00      Charity Jazz ‘n’ Cake concert in aid of Toilet Twinning

Monday 18 June

Tuesday 19 June

Wednesday 20 June
12:00-14:00     Trinity Angelus

Thursday 21 June
19:30     Prayer group at Flat 2, 18a South Park Road

Friday 22 June
10:00      Trinity Toddlers
19:30      Film Club
20:00      Friday Fellowship
20:00      Choir Practice

Saturday 23 June

Sunday 24 June
09:30      Choir practice
11:00      Morning Worship

Wimbledon Foodbank logoCurrently our most needed items are:-

Tinned/packet soup
Ketchup
Tinned meat
Tinned fruit
Shampoo
Toothpaste

We invite you to set aside a few minutes, each Wednesday between noon and 2pm, to pray with the Trinity community.

Local:
As Merton Council holds a Wimbledon Community Forum meeting on Wednesday evening, pray for our Borough’s Councillors and Officers

National:
This is Refugee Week; pray for all who are forced to leave their country due to war or persecution,and for ‘refugee welcome’ schemes across the UK

Global:
Pray for Malawi, Zambia (World Council of Churches ecumenical prayer cycle)

Messy Church is fast becoming an important part of life at Trinity. It is currently being held 4 times a year in The Mansel Road Centre and is an alternative form of worship for all ages and for the whole community. It is interactive, fun, creative, relaxed and celebratory. You do not need to be a church member or even a church goer to come and join in the fun!

Each Messy Church lasts approximately 2 hours and each session explores a different Bible story or theme.

So what can you expect?

Well firstly, once you arrive you can expect a very warm welcome from our Messy Church team. They will help you to explore our theme through craft, games, art, cutting, sticking and much more!  Make your way round our various activity tables at your own pace. They can be accessed by all ages- don’t be shy to let your creative juices flow and get stuck in!

Secondly (after approx 45 minutes) we have a short worship, story and celebration time. This is informal, interactive and always involves music and song.

Finally, we will invite you to join us to sit down together for a hot meal.

To find our more about Messy Church and it’s values, visit messychurch.org.uk

Let us know you are coming!
As a Messy Church date approaches we will invite you to let us know you are coming by emailing the church office (office@trinitywimbledon.org) or by writing your name on

the sign up sheet in the vestry corridor. It really helps us to know how many people to expect!

SAVE THE DATE!
Our next Messy Church is on 1 July 2018 4.30pm-6.30pm in The Mansel Road Centre. We will be exploring the story of Joseph and his technicolour Dreamcoat followed by a summer BBQ in
the courtyard!

 

 

 

Put 14 October 2018 in your diary for our autumn Messy Church. Theme to be confirmed.

Come along and bring your friends! We can’t wait to see you!

© 'Messy Church logo The Bible Reading Fellowship 2018'