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 17 March – 2nd Sunday in Lent
11:00 Morning Worship
Theme: ‘Giving Back’. Bible reading: Deuteronomy: 26.1-11
Followed by Church Meeting & Election to Elders’ Council
Monday 18 March
Tuesday 19 March
Wednesday 20 March
12:00-14:00 Trinity Angelus
Thursday 21 March
19:30 Prayer Group
20:00 Finance Team
Friday 22 March
10:00 Trinity Toddlers
20:00 Friday Fellowship
Saturday 23 March
Sunday 24 March – 3rd Sunday in Lent
11:00 Morning worship
Theme: ‘Giving Ear’. Bible reading: Isaiah 55.1-9
16:30 Messy Church
A Church Meeting will be held after the Morning Service next Sunday, 17 March, when the election to the Elders’ Council will take place. ‘Pen pictures’ of the candidates (Robin Goodchild & Dodie Khurshid) have been sent to all church members.
Please make every effort to attend to vote, showing your support for the prospective candidates.
Come and welcome in Spring and say ‘Thank You’ to God at our next Messy Church on Sunday 24 March. at 4.30pm.
Bring your friends for two hours of fun, craft, music, worship and hospitality. Sign up in the vestry corridor or email the church office to let us know you are coming!
This week and for the next two weeks there will an opportunity to donate to the commitment for Life Lent Appeal. Commitment for Life supports Christian Aid projects in Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, Israel & the occupied Palestinian territories, and Central America.
Any cheques should be made payable to ‘Trinity Wimbledon URC’ , placed in the envelopes provided at church, and donated via the offertory bags during our Morning Worship.
At times prayer can seem like hard work or a bit of a mystery. At other times it’s an encounter with the living God. Wherever you are on the journey of faith, this course of 5 small group sessions will encourage a discovery of new-found joy and delight in prayer – for novices and old hands alike.”
In five sessions, each of about 90 minutes, this course aims to explore:
Source of Life – prayer as a relationship
Source of Joy – prayer as enjoying God
Source of Light – prayer as listening
Source of Wholeness – prayer as honesty
Source of Love – prayer as care.
Groups will start in the week beginning 11 March and meet weekly, ending in the week before Palm Sunday 14 April.
We aim to offer groups on different days and at different timeslots (afternoon or evening) to suit the availability and preferences of all who wish to take part. To facilitate this, offers to host and/or share in leading groups will be welcome!
To register your interest, please add your name to the sign-up sheet in the vestry corridor – indicating your available days/times in order of preference, and your availability to host and/or lead.
“Learning to pray is so simple, it takes a lifetime to achieve. Here is a book about praying, which is rooted in God and in our humanity, full of good sense, encouragement and joy. I commend it most warmly.” – Bishop Christopher Herbert