On Christmas Eve, at 5.30pm, all children will be welcome to join us for our annual Christingle Service.
Our Service of Communion by Candlelight will begin at 11:15pm on Christmas Eve.
The Service on Christmas Day is a Family Service, beginning at 10:30am. All welcome. Children are encouraged to bring along one of their Christmas presents.
Sunday 20 December 11:00 Morning Worship with Nativity Play 15:00 Choir Practice 18:30 Carols & Readings by Candlelight followed by mulled wine and mince pies Monday 21 December 11:30 Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Moya Rice-Jones 17:30 Carol singing for Christian Aid at Raynes Park station Tuesday 22 December Wednesday, Read More
Our ever-popular Service of Carols & Readings by Candlelight was held on 20 December. Our thanks to musicians and singers, led by Director of Music, Andrew Davies, and to our readers who represented a range of Trinity’s life. As always, the Service was well attended, and the congregation enjoyed mulled wine and mince pies afterwards.
Trinity Toddlers had a surprise visit from Santa on Friday 18 December.
For the last two years, the Bible Society has been exploring various retellings of Bible stories. Different authors and illustrators have put their Bible knowledge and storytelling skills to the test, creating a number of brilliant Bible story retellings in formats from poems to comics. These are all part of their project Pass it On which, Read More
Sunday 13 December – Final day of Christmas Tree Festival 09:30 Choir Practice 09:30 Bible with Breakfast 11:00 Morning Worship 12:30 Christmas Tree Festival continues 15:00 Nativity Rehearsal 16:30 Carols among the Trees followed by sherry & stollen Monday 14 December 20:00 Badminton Tuesday 15, Read More
This is the reaction of everyone as they come into Trinity during the Christmas Tree Festival! Anyone can go to a pantomine. But we’ve got something unique and very special happening at Trinity. So don’t miss it! Today we had a quite amazing variety of entertainment – in addition to the fabulous trees of course! A, Read More