Sunday 26 March – Mothering Sunday         (British Summer time begins)
09:30      Choir Practice
11:00      All Age Morning Worship

Monday 27 March
10:30      Christmas Tree Festival meeting
20:00      Badminton

Tuesday 28 March
20:00     Queens Road house group

Wednesday 29 March
12:00 – 14:00     Trinity Angelus
20:00      Communications & Publicity Team

Thursday 30 March
19:30      Prayer Meeting
20:00      Lent Course (4) – “Giving our best when it hurts”
20:00      Finance Team

Friday 31 March
10:00      Trinity Toddlers
20:00      Friday Fellowship

Saturday 1 April
16:00      Pilots
19:00      ‘Trinity’s Got Talent’

Sunday 2 April
09:30      Choir Practice
10:30      Elders’ Meeting
11:00      Morning Worship with Holy Communion and Ordination & Induction of Elders

Everyone is welcome – bring family & friends – to our special Mothering Sunday morning worship for all ages at 11:00.

 

 

 

We will be meeting at 217 Queens Road on Tuesday 28 March at 8pm.  All will be very welcome.

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 our Team meetings this week: Communications & Publicity Team, Finance Team.

Our Borough:
Pray for Wimbledon Park ward councillors: Janice Howard, Oonagh Moulton, Linda Taylor.

URC South London Synod Area:
Pray for St Paul’s URC, South Croydon (Minister Revd Martin Knight).

The wider United Reformed Church:
Pray for the URC’s North Western Synod, its moderator Revd Andrew Mills and staff.

Campaigns & Events:
This is World Autism Awareness Week: give thanks for the increasing awareness and understanding of Autism, and pray for children and adults on the Autism Spectrum.

World Council of Churches ecumenical prayer cycle:
Pray for the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia.

On Thursday evening, 30 March, at 8pm in the Mansel Road Centre – exploring together what we mean by “Giving Our Best”.

Focusing on Romans chapter 12, this week’s session looks at “Giving our best when it hurts”.

You are most welcome to come along, whether or not you have attended previously, to a very informal one-hour session.