The Service on Sunday 23 January will be led by Mr Mark Dennis (Trinity Elder & Lay Preacher).

Join us for the third in a series of services exploring six questions that God put to people in the Old Testament.  God puts these questions to us as well; and we will try to discern what our response should be.

“What are you doing here?”  Asked of Elijah when he was hiding out of fear.  What are we afraid of?  We should not dwell on past failures.  Rather, concentrate on the present and how it might lead on to the future.

Bible readings:  1 Kings 19: 1-14 and John 21: 1-14.

We request that, if possible, as an additional measure at this time, you take a lateral flow test before coming to church.  Please continue to wear your mask, unless medically exempt, throughout the Service and as you walk around the building, and continue to keep a safe distance from other people. Thank you for helping to protect others.  We look forward to seeing you.

A basic First Aid course has been arranged for Tuesday 1 March from 7pm-10pm in the Mansel Road Centre.

The course is open to anyone who would like to learn or refresh their basic First Aid knowledge. If you have a specific role in the Church working face to face with people, it would be great to see you there.

Please contact Elizabeth Scharinger at office@trinitywimbledon.org to sign up.

Thank you to everyone who supported our Christmas collections for Crisis, the national charity for homeless people.  The final total, including Gift Aid, is £1,375 – a great result.  Last year’s figure was £1,000.

The Service on Sunday 16 January will be led by Mr Mark Dennis (Trinity Elder & Lay Preacher).

Join us for the second in a series of services exploring six questions that God put to people in the Old Testament.  God puts these questions to us as well; and we will try to discern what our response should be.

“What is in your hand?”  Asked of Moses when he lacked confidence.  We often do as well.  How can we be encouraged to offer ourselves to God in his service?
Bible readings:  Exodus 3:1-10 and 4:1-5 and John 6:5-13.

 

We request that, if possible, as an additional measure at this time, you take a lateral flow test before coming to church.  Please continue to wear your mask, unless medically exempt, throughout the Service and as you walk around the building, and continue to keep a safe distance from other people. Thank you for helping to protect others.  We look forward to seeing you.

Welcome to Trinity’s Virtual Epiphany Messy Church!  

Learn how Epiphany is celebrated around the world.
Make a paper crown, print some inky kings and bake a Galette des Rois!

It will be here for a while so make sure you watch  when you can!

The Service on Sunday 9 January will be led by Mr Mark Dennis (Trinity Elder & Lay Preacher).

Join us for the first in a series of services exploring six questions that God put to people in the Old Testament.  God puts these questions to us as well; and we will try to discern what our response should be.

“Where are you?”   Asked of Adam as he hid from God.  Do we hide from God?  What might we do about that? Bible readings:  Genesis 3: 8-14 and Luke 14: 15-24.

 

We request that, if possible, as an additional measure at this time, you take a lateral flow test before coming to church.  Please continue to wear your mask, unless medically exempt, throughout the Service and as you walk around the building, and continue to keep a safe distance from other people. Thank you for helping to protect others.  We look forward to seeing you.

Our next virtual Messy Church will be online here at 4pm on Thursday 6 January.

Learn about how Epiphany is celebrated around the world. Make a paper crown, print some inky kings and bake a Galette des Rois!

 

 

 

 

Please join us for a few minutes each Wednesday, between noon and 2pm, to pray with the Trinity community.

Local:
Pray for those in our local community whose businesses are at risk at this time.
National:
Pray for those who face the New Year with dread, especially through mental ill health. Pray especially for young people suffering through the social disruption of the pandemic.
Global: 
Pray for all places around the world where Christians are at special risk due to persecution, both informal and through state policy.
To read the new edition of Trinity News – click here.

The Service for Epiphany Sunday, 2 January at 11:00, will be led by the Revd Stephen Lewis (Interim Moderator)  and will include Holy Communion.

The Bible readings will be Isaiah 60: 1-6; Psalm 72: 1-7 & 10-15; Ephesians 3: 1-12 and Matthew 2: 1-12.

We request that, if possible, as an additional measure at this time, you take a lateral flow test before coming to church.  Please continue to wear your mask, unless medically exempt, throughout the Service and as you walk around the building, and continue to keep a safe distance from other people. Thank you for helping to protect others.  We look forward to seeing you.