Sunday 21 July
09:30         Choir practice
11:00        Morning Worship
Theme: ‘In Good Order’.  Bible Reading: Luke 10.38-42

Tuesday 23 July   
19:30      Lectio Divina
20:00     Queens Road house group

Wednesday 24 July
12:00-14:00     Trinity Angelus

Sunday 28 July
11:00      Morning Worship led 
by Revd Alistair Cumming     

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

Pray for special constables and neighbourhood policing teams in Merton.

Pray for those running holiday camps and summer schools, whether for children or adults.

Pray for Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda (World Council of Churches Ecumenical prayer cycle)

To celebrate Trinity’s new church organ, a very special evening is planned for Saturday 21 September.  Three outstanding musicians (Professor Ian Tracey, Karol Szwech and Andrew Davies) will provide a wonderfully varied programme beginning at 7pm.

Professor Dr Ian Tracey is a world-renowned organist and recording artist and has the current distinction of being the Organist Titulaire at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. We were so fortunate that he ‘voiced’ Trinity’s new organ. He will be the principal concert performer, providing a wide selection of organ music, as well as explaining the versatility of our instrument.

Karol Szwech is a highly talented, and versatile young Polish musician. He is organist at St Michael the Archangel church in Warsaw, where Trinity’s former pipe organ is to be located. Karol is pictured here recently conducting the WarsawPhilharmonic Orchestra.

Andrew Davies needs no introduction to the Trinity congregation, being much admired for his skills, not only as an organist but for his ability to move effortlessly from one musical style to another. He makes a huge contribution to our worship and church life as our organist and choirmaster, and as a committed Trinity member. Andrew will close the concert with music to complement the programme items played by the other two musicians.

Further details will follow, but note the date now and tell your friends.

Westminster College, Cambridge are organising a conference entitled Blue Planet, Blue God  for anybody concerned with the well-being of our planet and oceans.

“After the acclaimed Blue Planet 2 series on television, we are delighted to have Prof Meric Srokosz and Dr Rebecca Watson with us. Their book Blue Planet, Blue God offers a fresh lens through which to look at the Bible. We will be helped to look at the theme of caring for our planet of which 71% is sea and of how this fits with our understanding of scripture.”

The conference takes place from Wednesday 11 to Friday 13 September and costs £169 for a single room, £307.00 for a double room and £81 for non-residential (day delegates).

Further information is available here.

Friday 6, Saturday 7 & Sunday 8 December

Now that the weather has turned warm it seems an ideal time to be thinking about our next Christmas Tree Festival!!  We are now just six months away from our 5th Christmas Tree Festival!  

Our partner charity this year will be again be London’s Air Ambulance Charity.  All proceeds, less expenses, will be donated to the charity.

Our theme this year is “Anniversaries”.  2019 marks the 30th anniversary of London’s Air Ambulance, and our 5th Festival.  Are you or your workplace celebrating an anniversary?  If so, why not sponsor a tree for £60 and decorate it to mark your special day/year?  Or you may like to select another anniversary which occurs this year for your tree.  We are looking forward to some interesting tree decorations!

We will also be holding a Craft & Gift Fair on Saturday 7 December.  If you, or anyone you know, would be interested in having a stall at £25 please contact Elizabeth Scharinger, Church Administrator ( as soon as possible.

We do hope you will wish to support the Festival and London’s Air Ambulance Charity again.  If you would like to know more about the Festival please contact Catherine Paul at

We very much look forward to celebrating with you.