Heavenly Father, as we celebrate the ninetieth birthday of Her Majesty The Queen, receive our heartfelt thanks for all that you have given her in these ninety years and for all that she has given to her people. Continue, we pray, your loving purposes in her, and, as you gather us together in celebration,, Read More
Old Grey Prayers, by Bernard Thorogood is a new collection of poetry, prayer and reflections on growing older available from the URC Shop now for just £4. Ripeness is all Giver of life, lover of life, you seek life in all its fullness for all of us; that the seeds may germinate; the buds, Read More
Holy Week is the most important week of the Church’s year. We walk with Jesus from the triumph of the entry to Jerusalem, through the intimacy of the Last Supper, and the desolation of his death on the cross, to the joy of the Resurrection. Please join in this week as fully as you, Read More
Join us on Sunday at 11:00 for a Service of Music and Readings for Palm Sunday. We return to our newly decorated church in time for our Easter services. The Service will include the distribution of palm crosses, and music from Haydn’s “Seven Last Words of Christ”. Our monthly Evening Service will be at, Read More
Come and celebrate Mothering Sunday at 11:00. This will be All-Age worship with a difference – don’t miss it! And there will be flowers for every mother, so mothers and their children are especially welcome.
Lent is the season of preparation for Easter, which starts on Ash Wednesday and takes in 40 weekdays before Easter. Lent is a time for self-examination and reflection. Our annual ecumenical service for Ash Wednesday on 10 February at 8pm will be held this year at St Mark’s church, Wimbledon. All are most welcome.
Women’s World Day of Prayer 2016 is on Friday 4 March This years’ Service has been prepared by the women of Cuba with the theme ‘Receive Children. Receive Me’. The Services in Wimbledon will take place at at Merton Park Baptist Church (Bushey Road) at 10.30am and Holy Trinity (Wimbledon Broadway) at 8.00pm. Catherine Linsley,, Read More