On Saturday 7 November, Junior Church and Pilots held their annual fireworks party. Forty children and adults enjoyed parachute games, hot dogs and mini rolls before heading upstairs to watch Steve and Guy put on an excellent fireworks show. Olivia said, ‘They were quite loud but I enjoyed the fireworks, especially the rockets’, while Tim, Read More
During half term we ran our Autumn holiday club. This year’s theme was ‘Polar Explorers’ and we explored the lives of five New Testament figures: Philip, Stephen, Paul, Timothy and Andrew. Our craft activities saw us make Philip in a chariot, woven compasses, a (almost) life-size Polar explorer (complete with furry hood) and a, Read More
Sunday 8 November – Remembrance Sunday 09:30 Choir practice 10:45 Morning worship Monday 9 November 20:00 Badminton Tuesday 10 November 20:00 Christmas Tree Festival planning meeting Wednesday 11 November 13:45 Communications & Publicity Team 20:00 Church & Society group Thursday 12 November Friday 13 November 10:00 Trinity, Read More
The next meeting is on Friday 8 January at 1pm at Elys 3rd floor restaurant.
Trinity will again be participating in this winter’s Night Shelter project when 14 faith-based organisations will open their doors to provide overnight accommodation for 12-15 homeless people. Trinity will be providing an evening meal, accommodation and breakfast on seven Sunday evenings/Monday mornings from Sunday 31 January to 13 March. Those involved in the past have, Read More
For information about our Christmas Tree Festival, please click on the logo in the left hand column. This will take you to the Festival website.
Sunday 1 November – Gift Day “For Others” 09:30 Choir Practice 10.30 Elders’ Meeting 11.00 Morning Worship with Holy Communion 12.30 Pray & Fast for the Climate (Mansel Road Centre) Monday 2 November 20:00 Badminton Tuesday 3 November 10.30 Lettings Team 20:00 Calendar planning group Wednesday, Read More
Next Sunday, 1 November, is our annual Gift Day “For Others”. We are hoping to raise £10,000 this year for the ten charities voted recently by Trinity’s members: Christian Care, Merton; Merton Winter Night Shelter; St Raphael’s Hospice; South London Refugee Association Alzheimer’s Research; Cancer Research UK; Macmillan Cancer Barnabas Fund; British Red Cross; Médecins, Read More
In the UK, children raised in families without enough money face many disadvantages. They are more likely to die as infants, do worse at school, experience more disease and illness, and go on to die younger. The Welfare Reform and Work Bill currently before Parliament will make poor people poorer. The majority of those, Read More