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.

To read the new edition of Trinity News – click here.Trinity News cover

Our service on Sunday 29 May will be conducted by Revd Stephen Lewis, our Interim Moderator.

During the service our newly elected Elders, Sarah and Grace, will be ordained to the Eldership and, along with those recently elected who are already ordained (Alison, Chris and Mike), they will be inducted to serve at Trinity on our Elders’ Council.

The service will include Holy Communion.  Our monthly Communion will not now be observed on the following Sunday.

The URC Children & Youth Team are inviting children and families to be involved in the creation of this year’s Advent resource.

Are you aged 5 – 11?
Are you a young family with big ideas?
Do you want to be involved in designing a new resource for the URC?

Come to one (or both) of the online focus group sessions below, meet new friends, have some fun, share big ideas and have your voice heard.

We want to create something this year based on what you need and would find useful in celebrating Advent and telling others about Jesus.

29 May – 3:00 to 4:00pm for all those aged 5 – 11
12 June – 3:00 to 4:00pm for young families, parents, carers and under 5s

To book a place simply click here.  We look forward to seeing you and getting creative together.

Ruth White (part of the creative team)
Children’s & Youth Development Officer South
The United Reformed Church, Wessex Synod

Today sees the start of Christian Aid Week, when thousands of volunteers will be raising money to fund the work of Christian Aid.

If you would like to help turn hunger into hope you can click on the link here to donate online via Trinity or use the QR code there.

It’s amazing what we can achieve when we stand together. By donating today, you will make a stand with grandmothers like Janet, from Zimbabwe, and turn hunger into hope. Your kind gift will fill families like hers with hope, and may also be used to help others in the greatest need too. For the first time in a generation, global hunger and poverty are rising. Covid-19, conflict, and the climate crisis are pushing more of our global neighbours into a struggle for survival.

With you by their side, women like Janet will be empowered to provide food – and hope – for their families.  That’s why, at this crucial time, your generosity and the hope this brings are lifesaving. 

The Car Boot sale held on 7 May in St Mary’s field raised over £1,400 for Christian Aid. Congratulations to all who were involved in this start to Christian Aid Week.

Wimbledon Foodbank logo

Thank you to everyone who is continuing to make Foodbank donations, either by making a financial donation via wimbledon.foodbank.org.uk or by donating food in the trolley in the Mansel Road Centre.

Urgently needed items
Tinned meat
Tomato sauce/ ketchup
Soup – tinned or powdered

The foodbank is also short of carrier bags and so they will be very grateful to receive any spare bags you may have too.