Do you live within a mile of this Church? Then why not make Trinity your local?
Drop in and make friends.
Sunday morning services, which are family services, start at 10:45am.
We are all together in church for the first part of our worship and then, on most
Sundays, the 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
Don’t stand outside feeling miserable -Come on in and make some friends!
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.
Then Jesus went over to their synagogue, where he noticed a man with a deformed hand.
The Pharisees asked Jesus, “Does the law permit a person to work by healing on the
Sabbath?” (They were hoping he would say yes, so they could bring charges against
And he answered, “If you had a sheep that fell into a well on the Sabbath, wouldn’t
you work to pull it out? Of course you would. And how much more valuable is a person
than a sheep! Yes, the law permits a person to do good on the Sabbath.”
Then he said to the man, “Hold out your hand.” So the man held out his hand, and
it was restored, just like the other one! Then the Pharisees called a meeting to
plot how to kill Jesus.
70 years after the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp, we remember the millions
who died in the Holocaust.
‘All together in Church’
Don’t Forget that the clocks go back 1 Houron Sunday morning 30 Octoberat 2amfrom
British Summer Time (BST) or Daylight Saving Time (DST) to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
It is 100 years since the UK has changed the clocks like this. Introduced by William
Willett in 1916.
Sunday 30 October
Morning Worship 10.45am
Led by Rev Alison Hall
Tuesday 1 November
Elders’ Meeting 7.30pm
Sunday 6 November
10.45am Church Anniversary & Thanksgiving Service with Communion Led by Rev Chris
(The service will be followed by a faith meal for all)
Also on the 6th
All Saint and Souls Memorial Service
Led by Rev Chris Parker
Tuesday 8 November
Management Meeting 7.30pm
Saturday 12 November
7.00pm Trinity’s Family Quiz Night with Raffle Question Master - Chris Mangham
Tickets - Adults £5, Children £3 - bring your own drinks & nibbles. Hot drinks with
cheese & biscuits will be provided in the interval.
Operation Christmas Child- Remember to bring your shoeboxes to church on Sunday
13 November 2016
Choosing gifts to put in your shoebox is a fun part of getting involved in Operation
Christmas Child. There is something rewarding about giving to a child you will probably
never meet in this world – especially when you know your simple act of kindness will
be felt and appreciated in more ways than you can imagine. Once you have decided whether
your shoebox is for a boy or girl and what age group, you need to think carefully
about gifts that will be most appropriate for the age group you've selected.
P.S. Before you spend all your money on great shoebox gifts, don’t forget to put
a minimum of £3.00 aside for the shoebox donation for every shoebox you donate, this
covers UK transportation, overseas shipping and promotion.
Ideas of Gifts to Include in Your Shoebox
Bear, soft toy, tennis ball, skipping rope, finger puppet, jigsaw, yo-yo, building
blocks, small puzzle, small musical instrument, trucks, cars, dolls, clip on earrings,
Felt pens, pens, colouring pencils, pencil sharpener, eraser, stamp & ink pad sets,
colouring book, notebooks & paper, picture or puzzle book, chalk, pencil case, stickers,
solar calculator etc.
Toothbrush, toothpaste, hairbrush or comb, hair clips, bar of wrapped soap, flannel,
Sweets (sell-by date to be at least March of the following year), gloves, scarf,
sunglasses, cap, hat, bangles, necklaces, hair accessories, wind up torch, jewellery
DO NOT INCLUDE:
Used or damaged items,war related items such as toy guns or knives or military figures;
clothing other than that listed above; playing cards of the 4-suit variety; liquids
or lotions including bubbles; medicines or knitted stuffed toys; sharp or fragile
items; chocolate or food; anything of a political, religious or racial nature or
books with mainly words.
All gifts should be new, please include items from each category.
Fiona Listen to Fiona’s Shoebox Appeal - 2 October 2016