Sunday 15 September – 3rd Sunday in Creation Time
11:00      Morning Worship led by the Minister
Theme:  “E is for Energy”.   Bible readings:  Romans 8. 18-30; Jeremiah 4. 23-27

Monday 16 September

Tuesday 17 September
19:30     Lectio Divina

Wednesday 18 September
12:00-14:00     Trinity Angelus

Thursday 19 September

Friday 20 September
10:00     Trinity Toddlers
20:00     Friday Fellowship

Saturday 21 September
16:00     Pilots
19:00     Festival Organ Concert

Sunday 22 September  – 4th Sunday in Creation Time
11:00      Morning Worship led by the Minister
Theme:  “E is for Explore”.   Bible readings:  Mark 4. 26-41; Psalm 104. 1a, 10-24

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

Local:
Church organs have developed as a way to assist in worship and our new church organ was given and has been dedicated to that purpose. Pray for those who use it and, especially for the concert on Saturday when we have the opportunity to understand it better and to appreciate how it will be used for worship at Trinity.

National:
21 September is National and World Alzheimer’s Day. Pray for those facing a diagnosis of some form of dementia, for their families and for those who will care for them when it is needed. Pray for understanding throughout our communities of a condition that many of us will face individually or through others.

Global:
Pray for Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay (World Council of Churches Ecumenical prayer cycle)

22 September is being promoted as a London-wide Car-Free Day.  Why not make the journey to church on foot, by bike, bus or train?

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:
Instant mash/tinned potatoes
Rice
Small boxes of teabags
Shampoo
Small fabric conditioner

We’ve got plenty of pasta