Many congratulations to Maria Rice-Jones whose amazing French themed Christmas tree won the “Favourite Tree” vote at our recent Christmas Tree Festival. All the decorations on Maria’s tree were hand made, and she put an amazing amount of detail and humour into her beautiful blue, white and red tree. If you missed the Festival,, Read More
Taking part is easy – just buy, borrow or bling up a jumper! By taking part and donating you’ll be making the world better with a sweater and helping to save childrens’ lives. On Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day, all over the country, thousands of people will be donning their daftest, most wonderful, Read More
A terrific team of Trinity workers has now converted the church ready for our tree decorators to come tomorrow and transform the forest of Nordmann firs. Today was a busy day, with a lot of hard work being carried out by a really crack team. Thanks to our electricians (Norman & Dick), tree installers, Read More
Forty-one Christmas trees from Scotland arrived safely at Trinity this morning. Preparations for our Christmas Tree Festival are underway, and tomorrow the trees will go up ready for our sponsors and decorators to come on Wednesday to transform them all into a magical display. Watch this space to see our church transformed in the, Read More
During the Festival we look forward to welcoming musicians who have generously offered their time and talents: Thursday 7 December 18:30 Wimbledon Choral Society Friday 8 December 18:00 Wimbledon High Junior School Saturday 9 December 13:30 Trinity band 14:30 The Occasional Singers – St Mary’s Merton (tbc) 18:00 , Read More
Pilots would like to say a huge thank you to all who baked, donated and bought cakes at our Cake Sale on 19 November in aid of Save the Children. We raised £127 and with a total of £30 from our ‘Smartie tube’ fund raising activity the total stands at £157.
Supersonic had a fantastic afternoon at Centre Court Shopping Centre last Saturday with these legends belting out some classic Christmas hits! We certainly drew the crowds and could be heard right down the other end of the Centre. The piped music inside the shops didn’t stand a chance….. We also raised £223 for Save, Read More
This year our Christmas Tree Festival is supporting the work of Save the Children. Our thanks to Christine Wu, a local volunteer for Save the Children, who spoke during our Morning Worship on 26 November about the work of Save the Children in Britain and worldwide.
During the Christmas Tree Festival it is important that we have plenty of people around to welcome our visitors. Just to be here and offer a friendly welcome is all that is required. Thank you to all those who have now signed up. We still need more volunteers, so please spare an hour or, Read More