We look forward to seeing and hearing from you. You may be church member, a friend or visitor.
You may have recently moved into the area and are looking for a friendly church where you can worship.
Or you may want to find out more about our excellent facilities for hire.
Whatever your circumstances, you are most welcome at Trinity church.
Sunday 15 July
11:00 Morning Worship
followed by Church Meeting – main agenda topic will concern the future of the organ
Wednesday 18 July
12;00-14:00 Trinity Angelus
Sunday 22 July
11:00 Morning Worship
We invite you to set aside a few minutes, each Wednesday between noon and 2pm, to pray with the Trinity community.
Pray for Trinity’s Church & Society Group, meeting on Wednesday evening
Thursday is Biomedical Science Day: give thanks for all who administer and analyse blood tests, tissue biopsies, swabs and other samples in order to assist diagnosis and treatment
Pray for Djibouti, Somalia (World Council of Churches ecumenical prayer cycle)
Messy Church was really good fun today! We had lots of activities and crafts to try with a Joseph theme, singing and worship time, then a great barbecue – and the weather was sunny and hot. Thanks to Susan Collins and all those who planned and organised the activities, cooked and came along.
If you missed this one, make a note of the next Messy Church on 14 October.
Tinned peas & carrots
Packed lunch snacks
BBC’s Songs of Praise featured the Daily Devotions last Sunday. The episode was entitled ‘The Power of Prayer’ and the programme included a short piece on the Devotions showing how they can be used on various electronic devices.
The Revd Dr Susan Durber (below) was interviewed about her use of the Devotions (she also writes for them) alongside Revd Andy Braunston (also below), Coordinator of the Daily Devotions from the URC Project.
‘We are grateful to Songs of Praise for featuring the devotions and sending these pictures.’
‘We’ve had a big increase in the number of subscribers to the Devotions since then which is lovely.’
In case you missed the programme you can see it, if you are in the UK, via the BBC iPlayer here.