As part of Trinity’s support for Faith in Action, we aim to provide a Christmas gift for each person at their Christmas dinner.  The numbers increase each year and around 90 people are expected, comprised of 80 men and 10 women.  Popular gifts include gloves, socks, hats, aftershave, shower gel, chocolates and nice biscuits.  Gifts should be clearly labelled for male or female.

If you would like to donate a gift but were unable to bring it on 8 December, please do not leave it in the church but contact Cathy Dundee via the church office ( so we can arrange to store it safely to be added to the other gifts.

Thank you for your continuing support.  Each gift may be the only one that a homeless person receives this year and they are very appreciative for everything that they receive.

Why not join us for a few minutes each Wednesday, between noon and 2pm, to pray with the Trinity community?

Pray for the Elders’ Council meeting this evening.

As we hold a General Election in a divided country, pray for all peacemakers.

Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam (World Council of Churches Ecumenical prayer cycle)

You will be most welcome to join us
at any or all of our Christmas services

Sunday 1 December – Advent Sunday
11:00     Morning worship with Holy Communion
We will also welcome Paramedic Rachel Peacock to speak about the work of London’s Air Ambulance Charity

Sunday 8 December – Christmas Tree Festival
11:00     Morning worship.  Presentation of gifts for Faith in Action
16:30     Carols Among the Trees & close of Christmas Tree Festival

Sunday 15 December
11:00     All-age worship and Children’s Nativity play

Sunday 22 December
11:00     Morning Worship
18:30     Carols & Readings by Candlelight – followed by mulled wine & mince pies

Tuesday 24 December – Christmas Eve
17:30     Christingle Service – especially for the children
23:15     Communion by Candlelight

Wednesday 25 December – Christmas Day
10:30     Christmas Day Celebration

Urgently needed items:
Tinned peas
Tinned carrots
Tinned peaches
Tinned fruit cocktails
Shower gel
We’ve got plenty of pasta

The URC’s Prayer Handbook for 2020 is now available, a collection of authentic prayers from around the URC.

“In offering this collection of prayers, we hope we have captured their raw authenticity; prayers that are beautifully written and deeply thoughtful, but not overly clever.
“We have included pieces which came to us rough-hewn, unpolished or quirky, but all of which echoed the heartbeat of God’s people crying out to our gracious God.
“In using this collection, we hope that you will catch an echo of your own thankfulness and desires for our beautiful, but often broken, world.”

Available to order online at, by calling (020) 7916 8629, or by emailing  £4.99 each.