Welcome

Whoever you are, wherever you are coming from you are welcome at Trinity.
Please use the contact details given here to get in touch with us.

We look forward to seeing and hearing from you. You may be church member, a friend or visitor.
You may have recently moved into the area and are looking for a friendly church where you can worship.
Perhaps you are planning a wedding, a christening, or a funeral service for a loved one.
Or you may want to find out more about our excellent facilities for hire.
Whatever your circumstances, you are most welcome at Trinity church.

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Join us for our Sunday service at 11:00 when the Revd Jacob Bali (the Minister) will lead our worship on the 2nd Sunday in Lent.

The readings this week call us to trust in God’s faithfulness. In Genesis, God affirms his faithfulness to Abraham and Sarah. In our Gospel reading, we are reminded that God is faithful and, although there is a cost in being a disciple, Jesus offers us abundant life.

As is our custom, we will be appealing for support for Commitment for Life during Lent.  Envelopes will be available at church on Sunday, and throughout Lent.

Coffee will be served in the Old Hall immediately following the service.

We look forward to seeing you.

Thames Water are continuing their work in Mansel Road to replace water pipes.  

Please note that this week vehicle access to Mansel Road is FROM WIMBLEDON HILL ROAD ONLY, and NOT from Raymond Road.  (EXIT is from Raymond Road)

If you are approaching from South Wimbledon, turn left as usual into Mansel Road at the foot of Wimbledon Hill.

If you are approaching from Wimbledon Hill you cannot turn right – so you will either have to follow the one way system around Wimbledon, or turn left into Alwyne Road and exit via Compton Road to turn right toward the Hill and then turn left into Mansel Road!

There is also no parking on Mansel Road itself.

Please think about your journey to church this weekend, consider using public transport, and certainly allow more time to find parking if you do drive.

We look forward to seeing you!

As the Lenten period of fasting and prayer begins next week, Christians prepare to celebrate the good news and hope of Easter. In a time that demands more and more from humanity and the rest of nature, in our ability to adapt to a changing world, ‘The Wild Christian’ and A Rocha challenges us to commit ourselves to something that’ll bring a real benefit to nature and help address climate change. They are encouraging everyone to use green hearts to ‘show the love’ for all the things we want to protect from climate change.

If you can, print the heart or use one of the already printed ones at church and write your commitment on it. Post it into the church post box anonymously, or with your name on it, and we can make a display to show Trinity’s love for all things GREEN.