On Saturday 27 June, General Assembly of the United Reformed Church met for a one-day, one-issue Assembly, at Carrs Lane Church, Birmingham to discuss how local United Reformed churches might respond to recent legislation on the marriage of same sex couples. To read about the discussion and decisions that were taken, see the “pastoral letter”, Read More

After a gloriously hot and sunny Saturday, the day of our barbecue turned out a little disappointing.  As Morning Service ended a few raindrops fell and our stalwart barbecuers found themselves outside on their own!  Through thick smoke they cooked away, and about sixty church members and friends – young and not so young – enjoyed an excellent, Read More

Sunday 28 June 09:30     Bible with Breakfast 09:30      Choir Practice 11:00     Morning worship followed by Church Barbecue Monday 29 June Tuesday 30 June Wednesday 1 July 14:30     Wednesday Social Group outing to Richmond Park & tea at Pembroke Lodge 20:00     Elders’ Council Thursday 2 July 13:30, Read More

The book club will be meeting for lunch at 1pm on Thursday 16 July in the 3rd floor restaurant at Elys. Having read books about Buddhist cats and Quaker pioneers we have now turned to the Church of England and our latest book is Fathomless Riches, the autobiography of the Rev Richard Coles, which, Read More

This is “Time for Trinity” month Sunday 21 June 09:30     Bible with Breakfast 09:30     Choir practice 11:00     Morning worship 18:30     Evening worship with Holy Communion Monday 22 June Tuesday 23 June 20:00     Roll review group Wednesday 24 June Thursday 25 June Friday 26 June 10:00, Read More

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The Foodbank has no sugar, long life milk or squash/juice.  If you are looking to donate, these items would be appreciated.  Please bring them to the Old Hall on Sunday mornings. Wimbledon Foodbank have been invited to hold a collection/food drive at Tesco’s New Malden on Thursday 2nd, Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th July from 9am to 5pm., Read More

Trinity will host a charity concert in aid of St Raphael’s Hospice on Sunday afternoon 21 June, at 3pm. Music will include Vivaldi, Bach, Schubert and Abba, followed by afternoon tea.  Adults: £10, children: £3.  Tickets from Miriam Grant.

Church leaders from the Pacific countries of Kiribati and Tuvalu – two nations under direct threat from the disastrous consequences of climate change – will be joining politicians, activists, theologians and academics for a special international conference, entitled: “Earthyear: The Conversation”– on Saturday 26 September, St John’s Church, Waterloo, London. The conference will explore, Read More

Following the decision of the United Reformed Church Mission Council, who met at The Hayes in Swanwick, Derbyshire, from 8-10 May, the URC will be recalling General Assembly for one day on Saturday 27 June, Carrs Lane Church, Birmingham. The purpose of the recalled General Assembly is to discuss a resolution on the marriage, Read More