We invite you to set aside a few minutes, each Wednesday between noon and 2pm, to pray with the Trinity community. At Trinity: Give thanks for Trinity’s Church & Society group, meeting on Wednesday evening. Our Borough: Pray for the Police’s Safer Neighbourhoods Team in Lavender Fields ward: Insp Martin Capon, Sgt Michael Day, PC, Read More

Many of us at Trinity find the URC Daily Devotions a useful resource, and 1,500 people receive inspiration each day on our mobile phones, tablets or laptops.  If you wish to see more about the Devotions you can visit this page to find the archive of the previous devotions and follow the link to sign up to receive, Read More

(The Angelus is a traditional call to prayer) We invite you to set aside some time each Wednesday lunchtime (any time between 12noon and 2pm), wherever you are, to join in prayer with the Trinity community. At Trinity Pray for our Church Meeting on Thursday evening, as we seek to discern and to commit ourselves to, Read More

(The Angelus is a traditional call to prayer) We invite you to set aside some time each Wednesday lunchtime (any time between 12 noon and 2pm), wherever you are, to join in prayer with the Trinity community. At Trinity: As we celebrate Chinese New Year, pray for our Associate Minister, Revd Ernest Yu, and for Trinity’s, Read More

Starting this month, we invite you to set aside some time each Wednesday lunchtime (any time between 12 noon and 2pm), wherever you are, to join in prayer with the Trinity community. (The Angelus is a tradition call to prayer).     Prayer topics for this Wednesday (4 January): At Trinity:  Pray for our, Read More

  The house group will meet on Thursday 12 May (8pm) at 217 Queens Road.  We will be continuing our study of the Sermon on the Mount. We would be delighted to welcome anybody who would like to come.  Further information can be obtained from Andrew Sutton.

“How can we sing the Lord’s song in a strange land?” asked the Psalmist; and for our part, we may sometimes feel “out of place” even when we’re not physically far from home. Yet saints and sinners down the centuries have shown that an enduring strand of hope can be found in unexpected or, Read More

The House Group will meet on Thursday 4 February (8pm) at 217 Queens Road. We will be looking at the little letter of Paul to Philemon. All will be very welcome.  Andrew Sutton will be happy to give any further details.