Sunday 29 September  –  Harvest Thanksgiving 11:00      Harvest all-age worship and  Junior Church ‘Moving Up Sunday’ Theme:  ‘N is for New’.  Bible readings:  Mark 2. 21-22 and Revelation 21.1-6 Monday 30 September 20:00     Communications & Publicity Team Tuesday 1 October 19:30      Lectio Divina 20:00      Queens Road Housegroup Wednesday 2 October 12:00-14:00     Trinity Angelus 14:30      Wednesday, Read More

Why not join us for a few minutes each Wednesday, between noon and 2pm, to pray with the Trinity community? Local: Following our Harvest Thanksgiving, when we offer fruits of the earth, in a form different from traditions through the ages but with the intent to provide practical help for those who are in, Read More

The next Church Meeting for all church members is on Thursday 26 September at 8pm in the Mansel Road Centre. Minutes from the last meeting and an agenda for this week’s meeting are available on the notice board in the vestry corridor. The agenda can also be seen here.  Copies of the minutes of our, Read More

Congratulations to everyone concerned – organists and organisers – for a fabulous concert last Saturday, 21 September. It was a truly wonderful evening, when more than 130 people enjoyed hearing Ian Tracey, Karol Szwech and, of course, our own Andrew Davies, play an absolutely amazing range of music and demonstrating just what our new, Read More

Sunday 22 September  – 4th Sunday in Creation Time 11:00      Morning Worship led by the Minister Theme:  “E is for Explore”.   Bible readings:  Mark 4. 26-41; Psalm 104. 1a, 10-24 Monday 23 September Tuesday 24 September 20:00      Worship & Faith Development Team Wednesday 25 September 12:00-14:00     Trinity Angelus Thursday 26 September, Read More

22 September is being promoted as a London-wide Car-Free Day.  Why not make the journey to church on foot, by bike, bus or train?

Our Harvest Thanksgiving service will take place on Sunday 29 September.  Again this year, the congregation is asked to bring items to be taken to the Wimbledon Foodbank which continues to experience a high level of demand. The needs of the Foodbank vary from week to week, but the following items would be welcomed: Ketchup , Read More

Earlier this month as part of our Creation Time theme, we spent time in worship thinking about how we might move towards more sustainable patterns of energy usage in our households. The Eco-Church scheme run by Christian environmental charity A Rocha UK (who have recognised Trinity with a Bronze Eco-Church Award) offer a resource, Read More

Why not join us for a few minutes each Wednesday, between noon and 2pm, to pray with the Trinity community? Local: Pray for the work in Merton for sustainable communities and for the Council’s Community Forums and Merton Citizens as they work at issues of waste, fly-tipping, recycling and the condition of our streets., Read More