At 7.30pm – “Signs & Shadows” – a Service with Holy Communion (The Service will also include washing of feet) Maundy Thursday is the fifth day of Holy Week – the final week of Lent, which begins on Palm Sunday and runs up until Easter. It gets its name from the Latin word ‘mandare’, from which, Read More
10:30 “The Eye of the Storm” – a Service for Good Friday 16:00 “The People’s Passion” Bring friends and family for an unforgettable way to experience the events of Holy Week
Trinity’s minister Revd Dominic Grant has written and narrated three audio reflections for Holy Week, on aspects of the theme “Friendship with Jesus”. Each reflection features interview contributions from people in the wider community. One: Betrayal and Glory Have you ever been let down by a friend? What happened? Background music: extracts from A series, Read More
Join us this Good Friday (19 April) at 4pm and bring friends and family for an unforgettable way to experience the events of Holy Week. A powerful mix of theatre and worship as the People’s Passion narrative unfolds through the words of the characters involved. It’s a very different way to experience the Easter story. , Read More
Sunday 14 April – Palm Sunday 10:00 Ecumenical Palm Sunday service at Wimbledon town centre (near Tesco) 11:00 Morning Worship – a Service of Readings & Music for Palm Sunday – with the new organ. Distribution of palm crosses Monday 15 April – Tuesday 16 April – Wednesday 17 April “Friendship with Jesus” –, Read More
Thank you to everyone who contributed to the Lent Commitment for Life Appeal. The total collected was £808.64 plus Gift Aid,£186.25, bringing the total to be sent to £994.89. Contributions are still very welcome if you haven’t brought back you envelope yet.
South London Citizens (of which Merton Citizens is part) are holding an Accountability Assembly at Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge, SE1 9DA, on Tuesday 7 May at 6.30 pm for 7 pm, finishing at 8.30 pm. Politicians from Lambeth, Southwark, Greenwich, Lewisham and Merton Councils have been invited, including Stephen Alambritis, the Leader of Merton, Read More
Trinity has received a generous donation from Mrs Joyce Chiu Broadbent as a token of thanks for the wonderful support given to her by Dominic, Miriam and the Prayer Group, and to Andrew for agreeing, at short notice, to play the organ at the Farewell Service of her husband Mike.
Urgently needed items: UHT milk Soup Tinned tomatoes Tinned potatoes/instant mash Tinned rice pudding/custard Pasta sauces Long life juice/squash Coffee Jams Toilet paper We’ve got plenty of pasta
Our old organ console has now arrived safely in Poland, and has already been put on temporary display in its new home in the church of St Michael the Archangel, Warsaw.