Choosing a “favourite tree” is proving difficult this year.  The standard is very high and the trees representing countries around the world are beautiful and so imaginative.  A few are shown below.

Sunday 10 December – Christmas Tree Festival & Christmas Jumper Day

11:00        Morning worship
12.30        Christmas Tree Festival
13:00         Supersonic
15:45         Supersonic short show/pantomime
16:30         Carols Among the Trees followed by Gluhwein and Gingerbread

Monday 11 December
—                No Badminton

Tuesday 12 December
20:00         Advent Course.  Theme: Peace (Central America)

Wednesday 13 December
14:30         Wednesday Social Group
20:00         Church & Society

Thursday 14 December

Friday 15 December
10:00         Trinity Toddlers
19:30         Film Club
20:00         Choir practice

Saturday 16 December
16:00         Nativity Play rehearsal

Sunday 17 December
11:00        All-age worship & Children’s Nativity play
15:00         Choir practice
18:30        Carols & Readings by Candlelight followed by mulled wine & mince pies

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

At Trinity:
Pray for Trinity Toddlers who will celebrate their Christmas Party on Friday

Our Borough:
Pray for Ravensbury ward councillors Stephen Alambritis, Philip Jones, Peter McCabe

URC Southern Synod & South London Synod Area:
Pray for all staff at the Southern Synod Officers’ meeting on Thursday

The wider United Reformed Church:
Pray for the URC’s General Secretary Revd John Proctor, and Moderators of General Assembly Alan Yates and Revd Kevin Watson

Campaigns & Events:
Following last week’s Christmas Tree Festival at Trinity, continue to pray for this year’s Festival charity Save the Children in their vital work worldwide

World Council of Churches ecumenical prayer cycle:
Pray for Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam

Taking part is easy – just buy, borrow or bling up a jumper!  By taking part and donating you’ll be making the world better with a sweater and helping to save childrens’ lives.  On Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day, all over the country, thousands of people will be donning their daftest, most wonderful woollies – all for a great cause.  Don’t forget to wear yours next Sunday!

Visit our Christmas Tree Festival now to see over forty wonderful trees from countries around the world.  Our first day came to end with a beautiful selection of well-known carols from Wimbledon Choral Society.

On Day 2 (Friday) we welcome Wimbledon High Junior School at 6pm – don’t miss them!