The November edition of Reform magazine is out now:   

  • Is Freedom of speech under threat?
  • Interview with historian Tom Holland
  • What sort of king is Christ?
  • ‘Stop blaming young people for Covid’

Also:  Art in Focus – this month’s painting; the Church’s ‘best kept secret’: Church-related community workers; How an RAF officer founded Mission Aviation Fellowship; news, letters and much more.

Get Reform digitally, on paper, or both, from £5.99

Please join us for a few minutes each Wednesday, between noon and 2pm, to pray with the Trinity community.

Pray for our Vacancy Team as they start the process for Trinity to find a new minister. Pray for our support for one another and for our leadership in this time of vacancy.

Pray for all scientists and medical experts trying to understand Covid-19 as well and as quickly as possible, so they can give the best advice about the probable effects of different strategies to cope with its ravages on our communities. Pray for the political authorities which need to make decisions based on that advice and other priorities.

Pray for Canada, United States of America (World Council of Churches Ecumenical prayer cycle)

Join us at 11:00am for Worship at Home, an online service led by Pam Rostron, one of Trinity’s elders, made up of our own recordings and others in a Youtube playlist.

The Bible readings are Psalm 1 and Matthew 22: 34-46.  If you would like to follow the text of the service, you can read/download it by clicking here.

With thanks to Pam, and to Cathy, Mike and Robin for Bible readings, prayers of concern, and offertory prayer respectively, and to the Youtube community for our hymns.

Please aim, if possible, to start watching the video at 11am on Sunday so that, even in our separation, we can be sharing together in worship. However if that’s not possible or convenient for you, do make use of the videos at whatever time suits!

If the embedded video above is not working correctly, you can also view the playlist by clicking here. Videos should play automatically one after the other, but if you get out of sync you can find the links in the transcript linked above and on our YouTube channel.

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  • Living well through the next six months
  • November worship
  • Church news & appointments
  • Farewell to Dominic & Miriam
  • Dominic’s final sermon at Trinity on Rededication Sunday
  • Ministerial vacancy update
  • From the archives
  • Building works update
  • Reset the Debt campaign

This year our annual Gift Day ‘For Others’ will fall on Sunday 1 November
Trinity appeals to you to support Gift Day as generously as you are able

We are hoping to raise at least £10,000 this year which, with the benefit of Gift Aid, will increase the total figure to over £12,000.

The funds raised this year will again be allocated in accordance with the vote taken recently by Trinity members and friends from a list of charities.  The following charities have been chosen and will receive £500 each:-

Local Charities
Merton Winter Night Shelter                        South London Refugee Association
South West London Samaritans                 Wimbledon Foodbank

National Charities
Alzheimer’s Research                                   Cancer Research UK

International Charities
Médecins sans Frontières                            British Red Cross
Barnabas Fund

Following provision of £2,000 for Disaster Relief, the remaining funds will be split 2/3rds to Faith-In-Action and 1/3rd to Water Aid.

You may wish to donate in one of three ways:

  • by debit/credit card using the Virgin Money Giving button here;
  • by using a Gift Day donation envelope at the church service on 1 November or any service during November;
  • by posting your cheque (payable to Trinity URC) to our ‘For Others’ Secretary, Robin Ingram c/o Trinity Church.

So, will you please help us raise sufficient money in order that we may meet the challenge of our mission to serve our local community and the needs of the wider world?

Trinity thanks you in advance for your support.