We are very grateful indeed to Sarah Elliot who will be putting together some resources each week for ‘Junior Church/Pilots at Home’, based on the Roots resource which are used in Junior Church.  These will be emailed weekly, so if you are not on the Junior Church mailing list do contact us at office@trinitywimbledon.org and, Read More

These prayers would have been read by Junior Church at our Mothering Sunday service Generous and loving God.On this Mothering Sunday,at a time when things seem uncertain and scary, guide us and care for us. Thank you for our mothers Fierce and strong women who protect us Who gave life to us and care, Read More

On Christmas Eve, children and adults enjoyed making Christingles and singing Christmas songs, as excitement mounted for the big day…..  

On Christmas Eve (Tuesday 24 December) at 5.30pm, please do come to our Christingle Service to celebrate the Christmas story.  A simple service for all ages, but especially for families. Carols and Christingle-making for everyone. If you’ve never made one, now is your chance!  It will be good fun. Why not join us?  All very welcome – but, Read More

  Our thanks and congratulations to the children and young people whose re-telling of the Nativity story, with Bible readings and songs, during this morning’s service was wonderful. Thanks also to the narrator Sarah, and those who helped behind the scenes. Well done to you all!

As shown at “Carols Among the Trees” on Sunday –  Happyland Nativity Rediscover the Christmas story in this stop motion video – where Happyland toys make the nativity come alive! An angel in a rocket? The wise men arriving on a London bus? It could only be the Happyland Nativity! This Christmas, encounter the, Read More

Our Junior Church made a beautiful origami poppy wreath today.  

Thanks to all those who arranged and came to the wonderful Messy Church Lights Party today.  It was great to see so many people there – a record attendance!  Lots of light- and firework-related crafts, then a lively time of music and worship, followed by fantastic fireworks, ending up with hot dogs.  If you, Read More

Messy Church celebrated the start of Spring on Sunday, saying ‘Thank you’ to God for signs of new life around us, with crafts, music and worship, and a meal.   Twenty-seven attended and enjoyed the activities, with another nine helping.  A good time together!