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Welcome to Trinity United Reformed Church, Wigan

. . .  a friendly Christian church for everyone

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Lest we Forget


The outbreak of World War One was one hundred years ago on  4 August 1914

Over the next 4 years (the duration of the war) there will be a period of National reflection, when we Remember all  those  who have given their lives in conflicts around the world.


70 years after the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp, we remember the millions who died in the Holocaust.

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OCTOBER 2018


Tuesday 2 October

Elders’ Meeting 7.30pm


Friday 5 October

Trinity ‘OATS’ & Youth Club

7.00 - 8.30pm


Saturday 6 October

Trinity Gardening Day 9.30am

All are invited to help tidy up the Peace Garden.  You will need to bring your own gardening tools with you.  Any support at all, no matter how small would be appreciated.


Sunday 7 October

Harvest Festival with Communion 10.45am

Led by Rev Chris Parker

(Followed by a Soup Meal for All)

See Poster above :-)
























Tuesday 9 October

Open Door Film Show 2.00 - 4.30pm

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

See Poster :-)


Saturday 13 October

Trinity’s Variety Night 7.00pm start

See Poster Below :-)


Sunday 14 October

Morning Worship 10.45am

Led by Rev Chris Parker


Sunday 21 October

Morning Worship 10.45am

Led by Rev Alison Hall


Sunday 28 October

Morning Worship 10.45am

Led by Jack Dean



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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.

The Transfiguration

Six days later Jesus took Peter and the two brothers, James and John, and led them up a high mountain to be alone.  As the men watched, Jesus’ appearance was transformed so that his face shone like the sun, and his clothes became as white as light.  Suddenly, Moses and Elijah appeared and began talking with Jesus.

Peter exclaimed, “Lord, it’s wonderful for us to be here! If you want, I’ll make three shelters as memorials - one for you, one for Moses, and one for Elijah.”

But even as he spoke, a bright cloud overshadowed them, and a voice from the cloud said, “This is my dearly loved Son, who brings me great joy. Listen to him.” The disciples were terrified and fell face down on the ground.

Then Jesus came over and touched them. “Get up,” he said. “Don’t be afraid.” And when they looked up, Moses and Elijah were gone, and they saw only Jesus.

As they went back down the mountain, Jesus commanded them, “Don’t tell anyone what you have seen until the Son of Man has been raised from the dead.”                                                            Matthew 17/1-9 NLT

Welcome to Trinity

Want to spend a structured quiet time with the Lord each day?

The United Reformed Church has a helpful archive you can link to here.

NOTICE BOARD

Yoga Class

Yoga

Relax (Calm) Kids

Slimming World

Have you visited Trinity’s

Facebook Page?

Wigan Music Soc.
We are loved and cherished by an awesome God who created the Universe,
including our Star, the Sun (shown below).  He chose our insignificant little
Planet, Earth, on which to be born and live among us.  He was tortured, died
and embalmed but on the 3rd day he arose from the dead - His name is Jesus
and he wants to live in our hearts today.  Incredible but true.  Read more . .
Click on the centre of the Sun or the radial arms of the Sun to access the menu items.
Return to top Peace Garden

Is there more to life than this? Watch a youtube video

Recycled Goods Help save the planet

Are you planning a wedding or celebration and/or looking for a regular venue? Can we help?

Church Bookings  

View slideshows of our:

Facilities

Sanctuary

Church Bookings

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN AT TRINITY & SAFE CHURCH

The Gospel Family Worker Mission Group 18 Sep 2016 Podcast Find Us Contact Us Welcome to Trinity Good News! Diary of Events Wigan Music Soc. Churches Partnership Youth & Children Clubs & Groups


Rev Chris Parker’s

Monthly

Newsletter

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

Who is Jesus?

AMAZING!

We have all heard much on radio, television and in the papers about the significance of the year 2018 as being 100 years since the end of the First World War.  This year is especially memorable for my family as it marks 100 years since my Uncle Stephen, my father's older brother, was killed in France.  He died 3 months before the Armistice, at the young age of 18 years.

To commemorate Stephen Martin Lampard's death, my brother organised a family visit to Arras.  On 29th August, 25 members of my family, with ages ranging from 3 months to 80 years set out on Eurostar from St. Pancras to Lille.  We transferred onto a coach to the village of Souchez and the Cabaret Rouge Cemetery.  There we held a short service of remembrance.  It was a solemn occasion as we stood by Stephen's grave, exactly 100 years after his death.  He had joined the London Rifle Brigade only months earlier.

During the service, Stephen's 9 great-great nephews and nieces placed small crosses with a poppy attached alongside the gravestone.  We remembered the other 7661 service men buried in that Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery and we prayed for peace in the world today. My nephew played the Last Post and Reveille on the trumpet and 3 younger members of our group recited verses from “In Flanders Fields” by John McCrae and “For the Fallen” by R. Laurence Binyon.  It was very moving to see row upon row of gravestones, so many bearing the words “Known Unto God”.  We are fortunate to know where Stephen is buried, and under his name on the gravestone are the words “A Good Soldier of Jesus Christ”.

Later, we travelled on to Arras where we were to spend the night.  In contrast to the solemnity of the afternoon, that evening we enjoyed a family celebration meal as we marked my brother and his wife's Golden Wedding Anniversary.  Speeches were made, wine was drunk and it was a joyous occasion.

I thank God for the close ties of love which bind my family, past and present.

Janet Dixon.