From Merton Faith in Action:- Very reluctantly, we have had to close our Homeless Drop-In following government instructions about social distancing. We will re-open as soon as we can. Meanwhile, we are continuing to work with our street-sleeping service users and, if possible, to help them move into temporary hotel accommodation organised by the, Read More

From Merton Voluntary Service Council:- In partnership with Merton Council and a range of key partners, we were able to launch the Merton COVID-19 Community Response Hub on Monday 23 March. This has been working well over the last week, considering so little time to set it up – with over 100 residents seeking help,, Read More

For as long as people are shut up indoors, we are making Reform magazine free online. You can read our digital edition on tablets, computers and smartphones, including monthly issues going back to the start of 2014. Reform is a fresh and challenging magazine exploring theology, ethics, personal spirituality and Christian perspectives on social and current, Read More

“Worship at Home” was enjoyed by Trinity folk of all ages today.  I think Sarah’s cat was a big hit!  You can still watch the Service on this website if you missed it. And don’t miss Trinity News which is also available today!

The April edition of Trinity News can be read here

Revd Dominic Grant leads worship as we explore Matthew 25.31-46 and Isaiah 56.1-8. Thanks to Andrew for providing the music, to Sarah for the Junior Church activities, to Tim and Alex for the Bible readings, and to Marie for leading the prayers of concern. You might like to watch at 11am on Sunday –, Read More

Jesus brings Lazarus back to life This week’s materials for Junior Church (and anyone else!) from Sarah Elliot are here….. You’ll find below links to a Bible story, notes/discussion/songs, activities for the 11+ group, colouring and activity sheets for younger children, and other resources. Bible story Children’s Sheet Colouring sheet Colouring sheet 2 create_water, Read More

For the second time since the coronavirus pandemic stopped us meeting together physically, the Elders’ Council met by videoconferencing this evening.  We will continue to ‘meet’ weekly for the foreseeable future to ensure that our worship, pastoral care and fellowship are maintained during this difficult period.

From Derek Estill and Nigel Uden, Moderators of the General Assembly Amid this Covid-19 shaped world, we greet you in the name of God – by whose grace we were created, by whose mercy and love we are sustained, by whose love we will be held forever. Even as we are moderators of the, Read More