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.
A Hustings will take place on Tuesday 10 December, 8pm at Holy Trinity Church, The Broadway (refreshments available from 7.30pm). Organised by the churches of Wimbledon, this is an opportunity to hear our constituency candidates answer questions on the issues that matter to local voters.
Please click here to submit your question for the candidates. The questions to be asked at this Hustings event will be selected from among those received by Saturday 7 December.
You can download a poster for the event here: hustings 2019 poster
Throughout December our minister Revd Dominic Grant will be producing a series of audio reflections exploring themes from the Advent hymn “O come, O come Emmanuel”.
In the introductory reflection, Dominic talks about the background of the hymn – and about how a little bit of confusion needn’t always be a bad thing.
Part 2 explores Wisdom: what is it, and how do we get hold of it? Dominic ponders insights from Proverbs and Genesis, and visits our next-door school, Wimbledon High School for Girls, to hear from Claire Boyd the Head of the Junior Department.
On Sunday morning, the children will recount the story of the birth of Jesus as they perform their Nativity Play during the Service.
Do come and support them, and join in worship for everybody whatever your age!
Rediscover the Christmas story in this stop motion video – where Happyland toys make the nativity come alive!
An angel in a rocket? The wise men arriving on a London bus? It could only be the Happyland Nativity! This Christmas, encounter the nativity in a new way. Speak Life and Hope Together have recreated the nativity scene, a summary of the birth of Jesus, with characters from the Happyland toys nativity set, in a stop motion animation. This short story comes directly from the Bible to tell the true meaning of the Christmas holiday. Follow Mary, Joseph, the angels, the wise men and the sheep, as they travel through a quirky animated adventure about the greatest story ever told – a story to be shared with everyone.
Click here to view the Happyland Nativity.
‘So come to the manger, see God become small
The true Christmas story has room for us all.’
Sunday 8 December – 2nd in Advent
11:00 Morning worship
Theme: “The Knowledge of the Lord”. Bible readings: Isaiah 11.1-10; Matthew 3.1-12
Presentation of gifts for Merton’s Faith in Action
12:30-16:30 Christmas Tree Festival open to everyone
14:00-15:00 Piano concert by Austeja Paulauskaite
16:30 ‘Carols Among the Trees’, followed by seasonal refreshments
Monday 9 December
Tuesday 10 December
19:30 Lectio Divina
20:00 General Election Hustings at Holy Trinity Church
Wednesday 11 December
12:00-14:00 Trinity Angelus
14:30 Wednesday Social Group – Festive Afternoon Tea & Christmas music
20:00 Elders’ Council
Thursday 12 December
20:00 Church & Society
Friday 13 December
10:00 Trinity Toddlers
20:00 Choir practice
20:00 Friday Fellowship
Saturday 14 December
Sunday 15 December
11.00 All-age worship with Children’s Nativity Play