It’s BACK! Our Christmas Fête will be on Saturday 4th December from 10.30am to 3pm.
Donations of books, bric-a-brac, marmalade, jams etc. or White Elephant can be dropped in church from Sunday 28th November and during the following week between 9am and 7pm (NO toys or clothes, thank you!).
What we DO need:
Join us in the church hall on Wednesday 3rd November from 9.30am to help us mix-up the Christmas puddings, mincemeat (for mince pies) to sell at the Christmas Fête! Just bring a sharp knife and an apron, all other ingredients provided! All welcome!
Email Rachel Ischoffen for more details
If you missed it or would like to listen again, here is Sunday’s sermon.
You no longer need to register for our Sunday Services, masks are still obligatory. You will be advised by email (via our electronic church address list) should a positive case of COVID in the congregation be reported.
We are delighted to present the Autumn 2021 Trinity Times edition online.
A huge thank you again to all the Trinity Times team and contributors for all of your hard work in putting this wonderful church magazine together!
Last chance to book your Fish, Chicken or Sausage and Chip Supper on
– Saturday 23rd October, 6pm – 9pm
– Sunday 24th October, 12pm – 3pm
Bookings close 6pm on Tuesday 19th October.
Join our Men’s and Women’s breakfasts at 9h00 in church on Saturday 13th and 20th November.
Both breakfasts will be followed by a short talk. Good food, fun & fellowship guaranteed!
Signup sheets will be available soon…!
Lifesprings is a community of Christ-loving women who work together across national, cultural, and denominational boundaries to encourage, prepare, and connect women to impact their communities with the love of God.
They are organising a 6 session leadership training course in Lyon spread out over the next 18 months, and an open evening to present the course will be held this Saturday 25th September at 8:00 p.m on Zoom (Link for Registration to the open evening: registration for free LSM Lyon open evening).
What a super barbecue lunch we enjoyed, with over 100 people (all adults with vaccination passports of course!) – all generations and so many nations celebrating together – great food, fellowship & fun!
Many many thanks to everyone involved in the preparation, cooking, serving, setting up, clearing & washing up, making coffee… you know who you are
“All are welcome in this place” – such a wonderful service yesterday with music from the band, the choir, readings & prayers from our Youth, Sunday Groups meeting in the hall, and an important message from Rev’d Charlotte about Jesus’ warm welcome to ALL! If you missed it, you can watch Rev’d Charlotte’s sermon via the link below.