The final figure for Gift Day on 6 November was £10,935 which meant we again exceeded our target of £10,000. This year the amount for distribution to the charities chosen in our earlier ballot will be enhanced further by the £5,000 specified for Gift Day in the legacy left by Ian Buist. This means, Read More

2017 marks the 500th anniversary since, according to the legend, an Augustinian friar named Martin Luther nailed to the door of a German church 95 Theses that challenged the malpractices of sections of the Roman Catholic hierarchy.  On that 31 October 1517, little did he know that his ideas would shake Europe to its very, Read More

Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church hosts ‘Still Reforming’ Monday 9 January 2017 until Friday 20 January 2017 The exhibition “Baptism: a Radical Act” will feature artwork produced by those who live with homelessness, and by other artists associated with Bloomsbury. It will invite reflection on the theme of Radical dissent within the religious and political sphere. There, Read More

Sunday 1 January 11:00     Morning Worship led by Mr Mark Dennis Monday 2 January Tuesday 3 January Wednesday 4 January 20:00     Elders’ Council Thursday 5 January 10:30     Lettings Team Friday 6 January 10:00     Trinity Toddlers 20:00     Film Club Saturday 7 January 16:00    , Read More

Starting this month, we invite you to set aside some time each Wednesday lunchtime (any time between 12 noon and 2pm), wherever you are, to join in prayer with the Trinity community. (The Angelus is a tradition call to prayer).     Prayer topics for this Wednesday (4 January): At Trinity:  Pray for our, Read More

Many of us at Trinity have subscribed to the Daily Devotions from the United Reformed Church, sent out by email. The devotions – a reflection and a short prayer – are written by a team of writers from across the URC and are for use in our own journeys of discipleship. You can opt, Read More