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JANUARY 2019


Sunday 6 January

Morning Worship 10.45am

Led by Rev Chris Parker

With Communion and Ordination/Induction of Elders


Tuesday 8 January

Open Door Film Show 2.00 - 4.30pm

Afternoon Tea will be served during the interval at a cost of £3.00

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Also on 8th

Elders’ Meeting 7.30pm


Sunday 13 January

Morning Worship 10.45am

Led by Rev Alison Hall


Tuesday 15 January

Management Meeting 7.30pm


Friday 18 January

Trinity ‘OATS’ & Youth Club

7.00 - 8.30pm


Saturday 19 January

Wigan Music Society

7.30pm at Trinity URC,

Milton Grove, Wigan

The concert will feature Trio Gaspard

and the programme will include:

Joseph Haydn  -  Trio in C Major Hob.XV:27

Gabriel Fauré   -  Trio in d minor Op. 120

Wolfgang Rihm - Fremde Szene III

Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Trio in D Major Op.70 No.2 "Ghost"

All are welcome and it should prove to be a most memorable concert. Tickets at the door: Members £12, Visitors £14 and Students £3

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Sunday 20 January

Morning Worship 10.45am

Led by Rev Chris Parker


Friday 25 January

‘Inspire Concert’

7.30pm at Trinity URC,

Milton Grove, Wigan

A performance by the finalists of Wigan Young Musician of the Year 2018 & winners of the O’Neill Scholarship in aid of Wigan & Leigh Young Carers

Tickets at the door:

Adults £5, Concessions £4, Children Free

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Sunday 27 January

Morning Worship 10.45am

Led by Rev Chris Parker

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Our Church is a group of friends whose lives have been changed by the love of Jesus - Come along and make some new friends and discover Jesus for yourself. We are not perfect but Jesus still loves us all.

Sunday morning family services, start at 10:45am.  We are all together in church for the first part of our worship and then, any young people go to their room for their own activities. Parents of toddlers are welcome to go with them if they wish.  Tea, coffee and squash are served after the services.  You are very welcome.

Our Mission

We seek to offer and extend the love of God in Jesus Christ, spiritually, emotionally, supportively and caringly to all people and by doing so to make a positive difference to our neighbourhood and the wider world.

Jesus again predicts His death but more amazingly predicts that He will rise from the dead.  The records show that Jesus did in fact rise from the dead and was seen to be alive over a period of 40 days and on one occasion by a crowd of 500 people - another reason to take what He has to say seriously.

After they gathered again in Galilee, Jesus told them, “The Son of Man is going to be betrayed into the hands of his enemies.  He will be killed, but on the third day he will be raised from the dead.” And the disciples were filled with grief.  Matthew 17/22 & 23


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Rev Chris Parker’s

Monthly

Newsletter

Spare the time to watch this slide show below - it may be of interest to you!

Dear Friends,

Happy New Year!  As we move into 2019 we will be in the season of Epiphany where in scripture we see Christ revealed to the people.  At Trinity this month we have at least two opportunities to see this revelation for ourselves outside our Sunday Worship.

On four Monday evenings we will join with Tunley to focus on ‘Walking the Way; Living the life of Jesus today.’ The following comes from the URC website.

Walking the Way is the United Reformed Church’s exciting focus on lifelong Christian discipleship and mission.  It moves beyond a set of programmes into the world, where each step we take is accompanied by Jesus, helping us to bring about change in our own lives and, ultimately, in Church culture and society.  As you engage in Walking the Way, we hope your understanding of what being a Christian disciple means will deepen.  Who knows, you may grow beyond your wildest dreams, living as a disciple in all parts of your life. 

The Greek word for ‘disciple’ is mathetes, which literally means: ‘one who learns as they follow’.

Walking the Way explores what it means to follow actively, learn from – and eventually be transformed by – Jesus.  It’s for anyone at any stage of the Christian journey – whoever you are, whatever your existing relationship with Jesus Christ and the Church, whatever your personal circumstances.  It’s for you whether you have been following Jesus for five days or five decades.

Beginning on the 21st January we will meet on alternative Mondays at Tunley and Trinity.  We begin at Tunley and then Trinity and so on.  Please come and join us as we try to grow as Christians in our community.

With our Christian brothers and sisters, we can also join in the week of Prayer for Christian Unity.  You can find resources online at https://ctbi.org.uk/weekofprayer.  The theme of justice has been developed by Christians in Indonesia.  Look on the website for ideas of prayers and meditations that you can use with Christians across the world. As we pray for justice and unity we know the need for such in our troubled country and world.

Come and share in both these activities and learn more of God’s love for you and his call on us to be his people in 2019 and beyond.

Shalom,

Chris.


The January Newsletter from our Minister Rev Chris Parker