The June Reformation event in London is hosted by the French Protestant Church of London (8-9 Soho Square, London, W1D 3QD) on Saturday 10 June at 6 pm.  (note the change of time).  An exhibition and a talk, the French Protestant Church will take you on a journey from France to London, and try to figure out a difficult life was in France for the Protestants, why they left, and how they settled in London until today.  Full details are shown below.  All welcome.

An adults only evening at London Zoo on Friday 16 June will have you looking at the zoo in a whole new light.  Join the 20,166 animals, and other fun-loving adults, at the world famous zoo and take part in brilliant activities.

You can sit back and relax like a sloth and watch a variety of performances, feel the glow of the fluorescent theme (complete with animal lanterns), listen to some adult-themed talks, and much more.  You’ll not only gain entry but also learn a thing or two about illegal wildlife trade and adult themes.  Lions, tigers and… hippos will be found among the night’s entertainment along with games, talks and stilt walkers.

There will be 18 food vendors that will have plenty of veggie and vegan options, drinks, lawn games, immersive photo ops and Zooniversity Challenge.

Sign up NOW to avoid disappointment.   Further information from Dodie Khurshid.

Price:  £15.00               Closing date:  Sunday 28 May 2017

Following three successful years’ productions, rehearsals for the next Trinity Musical are once again about to begin. For 2017 we return to the Bible with The Son of Encouragement, written by Revd Roger Jones (who wrote ‘The Baptist’ that we performed in 2015). It tells the story of Barnabas and the early Christian church and it’ll be wonderful to bring a lesser-known part of the Bible to life. This year we will also be inviting the congregations of Tolworth and Ewell URCs to be involved (as Roger is currently based there in his ministry) so it’ll be a great chance to meet new people and work together with other churches.

Whatever your skills and talents, there’s plenty to be involved in. On-stage there are a number of roles both solo and group-based – and don’t worry, only a few of the main roles require solo singing! If you play a musical instrument or sing, why not find out about joining the band or choir? Just as important are roles off-stage and we will need people to help with costumes, props, lighting, sound etc…

The performance dates are as follows:

  • Thursday 6 July and Friday 7 July (evening) at Trinity URC
  • Saturday 8 July (evening) at Tolworth URC

If you want to be involved, or are just interested in finding out a little more about this exciting project, contact either Roger Jones on or Katrina Clifford –


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