Attendance is by pre-registration only: please read! After twenty-four weeks of exclusively ‘Worshipping At Home’, we’re very excited to be reopening our doors for congregational worship at 11:00am on Sunday. This will be a Communion service, shortened to 35 minutes. With ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, special arrangements will be in place to ensure everyone is, Read More

After twenty-four weeks of ‘Worship At Home’, Trinity is preparing to reopen its doors for congregational worship on Sunday 6 September at 11:00. Special arrangements will be in place to ensure that everyone is kept as safe as possible, and the congregation on this occasion must be limited to a maximum of 30 people., Read More

Please join us for a few minutes each Wednesday, between noon and 2pm, to pray with the Trinity community Local: Pray for our local charity shops, as they try to manage staffing, with many volunteers in vulnerable groups, and organise infection-prevention and storage of donated goods. National: Pray for those coming newly into the, Read More

Jesus has been acknowledged by his disciples as Messiah; so what is the path that lies ahead, for him and for all who seek to follow him? Cards on the table – it’s a way of self-denial and cross-bearing… Revd Dominic Grant leads our service, for which the Bible readings are Matthew 16.21-28 and, Read More

Please join us for a few minutes each Wednesday, between noon and 2pm, to pray with the Trinity community Local: Pray for Trinity and pray for the Elders’ Council, planning for resumption of services at the church. National: Pray for those facing homelessness, when the ban on evictions ends. Global: Pray for Cape Verde,, Read More

 “Who do you say I am?” – Jesus poses a question to his disciples, and it becomes a question for all of us! We also take a moment to think about nicknames… Have you ever been given a nickname? Leave a comment to let us know! Revd Dominic Grant leads our service, for, 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 Street Pastors, who have been off the streets since the lockdown but who are now preparing to return, hopefully by the end of August. National: Pray for all those who should, Read More

When Jesus is approached by a Gentile woman seeking deliverance for her daughter, we learn that pushing the boundaries can help us see God’s love for all. Revd Dominic Grant leads our service, for which the Bible readings are Matthew 15.21-28 and Isaiah 56.1, 6-8. With thanks to Andrew our director of music, with, Read More

Please join us for a few minutes each Wednesday, between noon and 2pm, to pray with the Trinity community Local: Pray for all those who maintain our local transport networks, both those on the front line and also those invisible to members of the public using the services. National: Pray for office workers. Pray, Read More

Even in the fiercest storm, Jesus meets us amid wind and wave – and bids us have faith. Revd Dominic Grant leads our service, for which the Bible reading is Matthew 14.22-33. During the theme introduction, look out for the link to a video showing how some people have managed to come close to, Read More