Sunday 26 May
09:30      Choir practice
11:00      Morning Worship
Theme:  “Sharing and Serving in Love”.  Bible Reading: Acts 4.32-37

Monday 27 MaySpring Bank Holiday

Tuesday 28 May
19:30      Lectio Divina at the Manse

Wednesday 29 May
12:00-14:00     Trinity Angelus

Thursday 30 May
19:30      Prayer Group

Friday 31 May
19:30      Film Club

Saturday 1 June
16:00      Pilots

Sunday 2 June
10:30      Elders’ meeting
11:00      Morning Worship  with Holy Communion
Theme:  “Jesus crucified, risen, ascended”.  Bible reading: Luke 24. 44-53

On Wednesday 6 June, the Wednesday Social Group will be meeting for tea at Garsons, the award-winning Garden Centre & Farm Shop Farm at Esher.  There will be an opportunity to look at the garden centre and farm shop.

If you are making your own way there, Garsons is at Winterdown Road, Esher, Surrey, KT10 8LS.  Please speak to Alan or Janet Young if transport is needed.  They would also be grateful to hear from anybody willing to offer transport.

All will be very welcome to join us there at 3pm.

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

Local:
Pray for Merton Council and its work, as this week the Sustainable Communities Overview and Scrutiny Panel meets to look again at public health, air quality and sustainable transport.

National:
As half-term comes to an end, pray for children and young people preparing for exams this summer.

Global:
Pray for Angola, Mozambique (World Council of Churches Ecumenical prayer cycle)

Sunday 16 June sees the return of our Church Family Barbecue, after the Sunday  morning service.

The cost will be £5 for adults, £3 for children, £15 for a family of 4, which will include good quality burgers and sausages plus soft drinks.  We also ask that everyone brings a dish to share, whether that’s a salad, a side or a desert, plus bring your own wine/beer.

Please sign up on the sheets on the notice board in the corridor.  Volunteers to help set up, tidy away and help with cooking are also required, plus BBQ loans.

Offers of help, plus requests for further information, to Pam Rostron, please.

London’s Air Ambulance Charity have been allocated a couple of dates to collect at Waitrose Wimbledon in June.   They have asked if anyone at Trinity would be willing to hold a collection bucket for an hour or so on 4 or 5 June to help out.

Sainsbury’s Wimbledon have also said LAA can collect instore and are flexible with dates to suit volunteers.

Please let Catherine Paul know as soon as possible if you can help (office@trinitywimbledon.org).