Our Show is coming soon, featuring Trinity acts young and old, a live band, and presented by Sam Jones, comedian and ventriloquist from Britain’s Got Talent! Please sign up today in the vestry corridor for tickets and join us on the night. Do share details of the show and invite your friends too as, Read More
This month’s invitation celebrating the Reformation with one of the British and Continental churches in London comes from the German Christ Church in Knightsbridge. “Things we really care about: Tracing the German Protestant heritage”, will be held on Friday 7 April at 7pm. All are welcome. The German Christ Church is at 18 Montpelier Place,, Read More
If you would like to contribute towards the cost of Easter lilies in the church, in memory of a loved one, please complete one of the cards which are available in the church vestibule. The cost is £5 per lily stem. Completed cards and monies should be given to Gayle Derrick by Sunday 2, Read More
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:, Read More
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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 , Read More
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.
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.
Many Trinity folk will have come from a diverse range of other Christian traditions and so potentially won’t know very much about the history or ethos of the United Reformed Church. A course exploring this is taking place on the evenings of 17 and 24 May at East Croydon URC, led by Revd Peter, Read More