Sanctuary Sunday marks the end of Refugee Week, and this will be the theme of our worship on Sunday 26 June at 11:00.  The service will be led by two of Trinity’s Elders, Robin Goodchild and Claire Wood. The Bible readings will be Matthew 25: 31-46 and Leviticus 19: 13-18 & 33-34. Sanctuary Sunday is …

A Trinity visit to Ham near Richmond is planned for Saturday 25 June, with options to visit 17th century Ham House and gardens (NT) or to walk along the riverside.  Meet at 2.15pm. Explore the rich history of Ham House, one of the rare examples of 17th century life, treasures and architecture, or visit the …

Thank you to everyone who is continuing to make Foodbank donations, either by making a financial donation via wimbledon.foodbank.org.uk or by donating food in the trolley in the Mansel Road Centre. Urgently needed items Tinned curry, meat balls, hot dogs, stew Noodles Tinned tomatoes Toiletries – shower gel, soap, shampoo Plastic carrier bags

Our worship on Sunday 19 June at 11:00 will be led by Dr Stephen Tomkins, Editor of the URC’s ‘Reform’ magazine.  We look forward to welcoming Steve back again to Trinity. The Bible reading will be Luke 8: 26-39. Everyone will be very welcome.  We hope to see you!

On Sunday 5 June our service will mark the 70th anniversary of the reign of Her Majesty the Queen.  The service at 11:00 will be led by the Revd Geoffrey Roper (retired URC minister). The Bible readings will be Luke 22: 24-27 and 1st Timothy 2: 1-7. If you are in church on that day you will receive …

Each year we publish our Annual Review of the church’s activities.  The review of 2021, another challenging year, can be seen here. If you have any comments or queries about the content please email churchsecretaries@trinitywimbledon.org. Sam Elliot & Catherine Paul Joint Church Secretaries

“It should feel costly.”  This month, Reform is asking the question facing the URC at General Assembly: how should the Church respond to the legacies of slavery? Our interviewee, Cole Arthur Riley, creator of ‘Black Liturgies’, says that we should give dear enough reparations that ‘it should feel like a loss.’ Others have their own …

Today we celebrated the Ordination of two new Elders (Sarah and Grace) and their Induction to serve on Elders’ Council along with Alison, Chris, Mike, Robin, Dodie and Sandy who are already Elders.  The service was led by our Interim Moderator, the Revd Stephen Lewis. Congratulations and welcome to them all!  We look forward to all …

Our service on Sunday 29 May will be conducted by Revd Stephen Lewis, our Interim Moderator. During the service our newly elected Elders, Sarah and Grace, will be ordained to the Eldership and, along with those recently elected and re-elected who are already ordained (Alison, Chris,  Mike, Robin, Dodie and Sandy), they will be inducted …