This week’s author of the week from Church House Bookshop is C.S. Lewis. Clive Staples Lewis (1898–1963) was one of the intellectual giants of the twentieth century and arguably one of the most influential writers of his day. Lewis wrote more than thirty books, allowing him to reach a vast audience, and his works continue to, Read More

Specially-commissioned reflection on love in the time of Covid-19 “Love Your Neighbour” The LORD God said, “It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him. Genesis 2:18 “The other day I spoke to an elderly woman – Amanda – about the situation regarding social isolation, social distancing, Read More

Becoming a member is an affirmation of your belonging to the church community, and your readiness to play a part in serving and shaping Trinity. There’ll be an opportunity in April for new church members to be received; if this is something you’d like to explore, please speak to the Minister or Joint Church, Read More

Throughout December our minister Revd Dominic Grant has been producing a series of audio reflections exploring themes from the Advent hymn “O come, O come Emmanuel”. In the introductory reflection, Dominic talks about the background of the hymn – and about how a little bit of confusion needn’t always be a bad thing. Part, Read More

Sunday 24 November 11:00      Morning Worship led by some of Trinity’s elders Theme:  “Christ the King”. Bible readings:  Luke 23, 33-43; Jeremiah 23, 1-7 & 16; Colossians 1, 11-20 Monday 25 November Tuesday 26 November 19:30     Lectio Divina 20:00     Worship & Faith Development Team Wednesday 27 November 12:00-14:00     Trinity Angelus Thursday 28 November, Read More

Trinity’s minister Revd Dominic Grant has written and narrated three audio reflections for Holy Week, on aspects of the theme “Friendship with Jesus”. Each reflection features interview contributions from people in the wider community. One: Betrayal and Glory Have you ever been let down by a friend? What happened? Background music: extracts from A series, Read More

At times prayer can seem like hard work or a bit of a mystery. At other times it’s an encounter with the living God. Wherever you are on the journey of faith, this course of 5 small group sessions will encourage a discovery of new-found joy and delight in prayer – for novices and, Read More

Advent is traditionally a time of preparation:  looking towards the coming of God in Christ, and focusing on the promises associated with God’s coming. On Tuesday evenings during Advent, we’ll be exploring traditional Advent themes as they are currently experienced in partner-regions of the URC’s global development partnership, Commitment for Life. Tuesday 5 December: , Read More