Sunday’s worship at 11:00 will be led by members of the Queens Road Housegroup (Robin, Alison, Sandy and Alan).  

Following last week’s theme of the “Foundations of Faith”, this week we look at “Prayer”.  

The Bible readings will be Luke 11:1-13  and Psalm 85.

All are very welcome to the service.  We look forward to seeing you. 

Sunday’s worship at 11:00 will be led by three members of our Elders’ Council (Grace, Dodie and Andrew).  
We take a look at “The Foundations of Faith”.  The Bible readings will be Luke 8: 4-8 &11-15 and Psalm 34.
All are very welcome to the service.  We look forward to seeing you. 

Whoever we are – however insignificant we feel – we make all the difference in the world because we are on our frontline first as a son or daughter of the King; a child of God.  Our value, our worth, our significance, and our life on the frontline flows from this identity.  This is liberating. 

Sunday’s worship at 11:00 will be led by Sam Elliot (Joint Church Secretary).  

The Bible reading will be Matthew 6: 5-14.

All are very welcome to the service and to the church picnic that will take place afterwards. (There will be no coffee this week.)

On Sunday 10 July, weather permitting, there will be a church picnic in South Park Gardens, SW19 8PN.  Everyone – all ages – welcome!

We will walk down to the gardens after the morning service and set up with games for the children and young people.

Bring yourselves, your food and drink and something to sit on, and enjoy catching up with friends before the summer holidays.

Please email sarahelliot278@gmail.com if you have any questions.

Sunday’s worship at 11:00 will include Holy Communion.  It will be led by the Revd Ernest Yu, our retired Associate Minister.  All will be most welcome at the service.

Bible readings will be Isaiah 66: 10-16 and Luke 10:1-11, 16-20.

Join us for coffee and tea afterwards in the Old Hall.

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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 an opportunity to reflect, pray, and commit ourselves annually to celebrate and continue to build hospitality and sanctuary for all, especially those whose lives are most vulnerable, and most in danger.  Play your part to make every church and house of prayer a sanctuary where all are treated with warm welcome, generous hospitality and protection from harm. Do this with pride as part of your Christian discipleship and spirituality.

We look forward to seeing everyone on Sunday morning.  All are most welcome!

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 formal gardens and enjoy the stunning walled kitchen garden, recreated to provide food and cut flowers all year round.

Alternatively, follow the path alongside the River Thames to enjoy river and meadow views.

Everyone is welcome – we hope to see as many as possible.

Further information from church secretaries@trinitywimbledon.org.  Information about the House can be found here

Wimbledon Foodbank logo

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
Rice & noodles
Pasta sauce, pasta bake sauce, tinned tomatoes
Tinned vegetables – carrots, peas, sweetcorn
Tinned curry, meat balls, hot dogs, stew
Plastic carrier bags