Our service was led on Zoom by Revd Dr Kevin Snyman, the URC’s Programme Officer for Commitment for Life. The Bible reading was Mark 8: 31-38.  As in previous years, during Lent Trinity is asking for donations to support the work of the Commitment for Life programme. You can give online by using the, Read More

Here are this week’s materials from Sarah Elliot for Junior Church – the theme is discipleship. The heart template works as follows: ask your child to write an open-hearted message to a family member/friend e.g. ‘Thank you that I can tell you anything’. They then cut out the heart and fold along the dotted, Read More

Read Trinity News to keep up to date.  Click here March calendar Lent at Trinity Church news Ministerial vacancy World Day of Prayer Next Messy Church What do you believe? URC Youth From the archives – Trinity’s first baptism Our Gift Day charities – Faith in Action

For two weeks each year at the end of February and start of March, thousands of individuals, companies and groups across the UK come together to share the stories of the people who grow our food and drinks, mine our gold, and who grow the cotton in our clothes – people who are often, Read More

Please join us for a few minutes each Wednesday, between noon and 2pm, to pray with the Trinity community. Local: Pray for Merton Citizens and London Citizens and their Delegates Assembly meeting this evening to finalise priorities for the London Mayor. National: Pray for those on hospital waiting lists, especially those where the wait, Read More

A Lent resource for students, seniors, households and families to reduce isolation and offer hope in these challenging times.   The pack invites you to join a journey through Lent with opportunities to build connections with Jesus, others and your local church.  The materials include a wide range of activity suggestions so there should, Read More

Explore the Holy Habits through the life of Jesus. This resource provides seven weeks of material for church groups to use during Lent. Each session includes the printed Bible passage, a suggestion for a simple symbolic worship centre, music suggestions, reflection, poem, questions, prayer and take-home ideas. Additional material for Holy Week provides daily, Read More

One of the Lent resources mentioned in our recent email is “Broken Bits & Weirdness”. Read more about it here: Bible study like you’ve never seen it!  Meet nine of the Bible’s most dismal failures and find out how God still loves them, even with their Broken Bits & Weirdness. Explore their stories through, Read More

Here’s another resource for Lent that you might like to consider:  “The Big Story” by Fay Rowlands (author of our 2020 nativity play, “God is with us – everywhere!”. This Lent, discover the Bible as one Big Story of God and God’s people. This book follows the story from the very beginning up to, Read More

This Lent resource comes from the Institute for Contemporary Christianity (LICC). Sabbath rest is essential to our identity as God’s people: a gift to refresh us and equip us for good work. But many of us find it hard to do – either because life seems unstoppably busy, or because the pressures and demands, Read More