Sunday 18 August
11:00   Morning Worship led by the Minister
Theme:  “Long division”.   Bible readings: Jeremiah 23: 23-29; Luke 12: 49-56

Wednesday 21 August
12:00-14:00     Trinity Angelus

Sunday 25 August
11:00   Morning Worship led by the Minister
Theme:  “Free time”.     Bible readings:  Bible readings:  Isaiah 58: 9b-14; Luke 13: 10-17

Why not join us for a few minutes each Wednesday, between noon and 2pm, to pray with the Trinity community?

Pray for those using the summer holidays to plan and prepare for the autumn term and for Christmas events, whether at Trinity or in the local community.

Pray for all those whose school and university results this summer affect their plans for the future. Pray especially for those who have to look for alternatives to what they had intended.

Pray for Liberia, Sierra Leone (World Council of Churches Ecumenical prayer cycle)

New figures released by the Trussell Trust reveal 20% increase in emergency food parcels for children in the UK last summer.

The Trussell Trust is urging the public to donate food to their local food bank, as new figures show 87,496 food parcels went to children in the UK during the summer holidays in 2018, a 20% increase on the same period in 2017.

Urgently needed items:
Tinned tomatoes
Tinned custard/rice pudding
Tinned soup
Snacks/chocolate bars
Tinned curry/stew

We’ve got plenty of pasta

To celebrate Trinity’s new church organ, a very special evening is planned for Saturday 21 September.  Three outstanding musicians (Professor Ian Tracey, Karol Szwech and Andrew Davies) will provide a wonderfully varied programme beginning at 7pm.

Professor Dr Ian Tracey is a world-renowned organist and recording artist and has the current distinction of being the Organist Titulaire at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. We were so fortunate that he ‘voiced’ Trinity’s new organ. He will be the principal concert performer, providing a wide selection of organ music, as well as explaining the versatility of our instrument.

Karol Szwech is a highly talented, and versatile young Polish musician. He is organist at St Michael the Archangel church in Warsaw, where Trinity’s former pipe organ is to be located.

Andrew Davies needs no introduction to the Trinity congregation, being much admired for his skills, not only as an organist but for his ability to move effortlessly from one musical style to another. He makes a huge contribution to our worship and church life as our organist and choirmaster, and as a committed Trinity member.

Note the date now and tell your friends.