Sunday 20 August
11:00     Morning worship
Chinese Group meets during the second part of the Service to continue their worship in Cantonese in the Mansel Road Centre
Everyone welcome to coffee & tea in the Old Hall after the Service.  Traidcraft stall.

Wednesday 23 August
12:00-14:00     Trinity Angelus

Sunday 27 August
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.

At Trinity:
Pray for all at Trinity who are on holiday this month, and for all who are unable to travel.

Our Borough:
Pray for Lower Morden ward councillors: Stan Anderson, Mary Curtin, Sally Kenny.

URC Southern Synod & South London Synod Area:
Pray for Stockwell Green URC (minister Revd Reggie Mudenda).

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:
Pray for those, including some at Trinity, receiving academic or vocational qualification results over recent and coming days.

World Council of Churches ecumenical prayer cycle:
Liberia, Sierra Leone.

Relaxing on a Saturday afternoon in Surrey.  Having explored the Chilworth Gunpowder Mills trail, this Trinity group enjoyed the sunshine and some refreshment together.

 

An afternoon in Richmond Park is planned for cyclists and non-cyclists alike on Saturday 2 September.

For cyclists, we will be meeting at 1.45pm at Wimbledon War Memorial, Wimbledon Village, SW19 5AX where there is ample car parking. The route will be 100% off-road route and safe.

For non-cyclists,  meet at meet around 3pm at Roehampton Gate car park, near the Park Cycle hiring store.  

Please bring food, blanket, games and frisbees,  We will aim to be back in Wimbledon for 6pm.

If you don’t own a bike and can’t borrow one, please contact Alban.Thurston@gmail.com.  4Hirers ParkCycle at Roehampton Gate – www.parkcycle.co.uk – are expensive. Reserve with them at least 10 days in advance t: 07968 697541; e: info@parkcycle.co.uk

Spruce up your bikes. Tell your friends.


An invitation from Frances Briernen, Deputy General Secretary – Mission

Free Public Lecture exploring issues around women’s ordination, gender justice and empowerment
“Daughters of Dissent: Celebrating Constance Coltman”

Saturday 16 September 2017

Location:  Dr Williams’ Library, 14 Gordon Square, WC1H 0AR at 1pm

Speakers:  Athena Peralta (World Council of Church), Patricia Sheerattan-Bisnauth (Guyana Presbyterian Church) and Kirsty Thorpe (United Reformed Church)

The event is being organised by the United Reformed church and Congregational Federation as part of the celebrations marking 100 years since
the ordination of Constance Coltman, the first woman to be ordained into a mainstream British denomination.

Please note spaces are limited.  If you wish to attend the public lecture or find out more, please contact Dr Eve Parker on eve.parker@urc.org.uk.