We’re delighted to announce that Trinity has been awarded an Eco-Church Bronze Award by the Christian environmental charity A Rocha UK. The Eco-Church scheme helps churches assess and improve their ‘green’ credentials across five areas of work:

  •           worship & teaching
  •           management of buildings
  •           use of church land
  •           community & global engagement
  •           encouraging an eco-aware lifestyle

You’ll be able to read more about our Eco-Church Bronze Award in next month’s Trinity News, and in the months ahead we’ll be looking to take further steps towards a Silver Award!

The certificate was presented to Mike Tulloch (Mission & Outreach Team Leader) and Alban Thurston (Eco-Church working group colleague) by Revd Nicola Furley-Smith, Moderator of Southern Synod, on Sunday.

Altogether with the street collection, donations and Gift Aid we raised £2477.33 (compared to £2393.27 last year). For the first time for many years we covered every street in the door to door collection and it raised £1042.34 (compared to £1015.56 last year).

A big thank you to everyone who knocked on doors and donated this year!

Somewhere in Scotland or Ireland, there are 40 or more Christmas trees growing for us.

Our 5th Festival, will be held from 

Friday 6 December to Sunday 8 December.

We will be supporting London’s Air Ambulance Charity again this year.

Note the date now and look out for further information.  Please offer your help with this big project.

 

Sunday 14 July at 4.30pm

Watch out for more information.

Everyone is welcome

Urgently needed items:
Tinned meat, curry, pies etc
Instant coffee
Tinned carrots, tinned peas
Small washing powder
Small fabric conditioner

We’ve got plenty of pasta