We look forward to seeing and hearing from you. You may be church member, a friend or visitor.
You may have recently moved into the area and are looking for a friendly church where you can worship.
Or you may want to find out more about our excellent facilities for hire.
Whatever your circumstances, you are most welcome at Trinity church.
Sunday 5 July
09:15 Bible with Breakfast
10:30 Elders’ Meeting
11:00 Morning worship with Holy Communion led by Revd Roger Jones
12:15 Cake sale in the Old Hall
Monday 6 July
Tuesday 7 July
10:30 Christmas Tree Festival planning group
Wednesday 8 July
20:00 Church & Society
Thursday 9 July
Friday 10 July
10:00 Trinity Toddlers
10:00 Olive Branch Cafe
20:00 Friday Fellowship
Saturday 11 July
Sunday 12 July
09:30 Bible withe Breakfast
11:00 Morning Worship led by the Minister
Love All Serve All is an initiative to show something of God’s love to the overnight tennis fans in Wimbledon Park through giving free refreshments, discussing life and faith, offering prayer, being a listening ear. We go out every evening up to and including Saturday 11 July.
We meet at St Michael’s Church in Southfields for training at 8pm. http://www.stmichaelssouthfields.org/. We then head to the queues in Wimbledon Park and the evening is finished by 11.15pm.
Please contact Carolyn Skinner on
email@example.com or (020) 8545 8568
We much regret that Sean Mayes, our Director of Music, will be leaving Trinity on Sunday 26 July to return to Canada at the conclusion of his studies in the UK. Sean has made a tremendous impression on Trinity and has been a great success in the role since arriving last October. A suitable opportunity will be taken to express our thanks to him.
The search for a successor to Sean has been underway for some time, and applications for the position of Director of Music are welcome.
Director of Music advertisement
Trinity United Reformed Church, Wimbledon seeks a proficient musician with knowledge and appreciation of traditional and contemporary repertoire, to serve as Director of Music and Organist, leading and developing its choir.
The post is part-time, with weekly hours varying across the year, but mostly on Sunday mornings. The successful appointee will be inspiring, encouraging and enthusiastic about coordinating music involving a breadth of instruments, abilities and styles, and have either proven experience or clear potential.
It is planned that our existing pipe organ will be re-developed, providing opportunity for leadership in that project. We also have a Yamaha concert grand piano.
Remuneration negotiable but in line with RSCM Category A scale. The post is subject to Enhanced DBS check.
A full role description and related information about the post may be obtained from Alexander McLeish, Trustee (firstname.lastname@example.org) to whom applications should be sent.
Closing date for applications – 26 July 2015
On Saturday 27 June, General Assembly of the United Reformed Church met for a one-day, one-issue Assembly, at Carrs Lane Church, Birmingham to discuss how local United Reformed churches might respond to recent legislation on the marriage of same sex couples.
To read about the discussion and decisions that were taken, see the “pastoral letter” from the Assembly Moderators and General Secretary. Click on the link below: