Holy Trinity is hosting a Restartparty from 2 to 5pm in church on Sat 18th October.
Restartpartys bring together volunteer repairers with people with electrical and electonic gadgets in need of fixing, they then repair them together. It is good for everyone and the environment, less thrown away electronics, lew new electronics manufactured and everyone learns new skills.
Our plans for the straw bale church hall are off the ground!
See www.wecanbuildourchurch.org.uk for further news and updates.
After the service, do join us for tea,fresh coffee and cold drinks at the back of church.
When you have collected your drink, please return to the main church area – For safety reasons, children should not
enter the serving area – drinks are available for them, through the hatch, by the soft chairs in the corner.
Please don’t let children run about in church, this is for their safety, and yours.
If you would like to make a donation towards costs, please place your gift in the small box which is located in the serving area.
Please take a copy of the Prayer Diary and pray each day;
Urgent prayer requests, should be placed in the box at the back of church, or speak to Shira (Prayer Hotline) -
For details about our urgent prayer e-mail hotline, please speak to Jim –
If you would like personal prayer during communion on Sunday, please make your way to the prayer transept.
Prayer requests & prayer ministry are treated in the strictest of confidence.
We always welcome more people to help on Sundays & during the week.
If you would like to try leading prayers, doing Bible Readings, Laptop Operation, or refreshments, please speak to Jim.
To help with the Sound Desk or Music Group, please speak to David or Roly;
For Trinity Kids, see Anne-Marie or Abena, and for Crèche, see Angela.
For details about Imagine speak with Aileen or Jacky
For details about CAP speak with Vanessa.
If you can help with Youth Church, Youth Club or Xstream Club speak with Lorraine, Georgie or Jacky.
If you would like to join a Home Group or are interested in Pastoral visiting, Prayer Ministry or Cooking meals for new
mums, please speak to Ruth or Aileen.
If you can help with Gardening, please speak to Hendy.
If you can help with minor electrical, plumbing, carpentry, or any general maintenance works, speak to Jim.
If you would like a relevant notice read out, printed on the weekly notice sheet or circulated by e-mail, please contact
Jim on 020 8671 8761 or email him at [email protected] by Thursday for the Sunday following.
New to this church?
We want to make it easy for people to find out more and get involved in our weekly actvities.
Please fill in a Welcome Card which you will find in the backs of some of the chairs, and give it to the vicar or one of
the welcoming team.
Please help yourself to any of the newly revised ‘Want to know More?’ leaflets.
Please introduce yourself to any of the welcomers, churchwardens, clergy, or church members.
Church Collections & Giving
Our Registered Charity No. is 1133884.
No collection is taken during services at this church other than at All Age Worship.
You are invited to place your gift offering in the Collection Boxes at the back of the central aisle, which will be brought
forward for blessing during the service.
If you would like to give regularly, even when you can’t be in church, or if you are a tax-payer and would like to take
advantage whereby the government add to your giving, speak to Peter, Georgie or Jim for the details, including
Standing Order Mandates, Freewill Offering Envelopes & Gift Aid Forms – Thank you for your gifts.
Songs & Hymns are reproduced under Church Copyright Licence No 250622.
Trinity Tots meet every Wednesday and Thursday from 10am-12(noon) in the undercroft.
Please note that attendance can be made at 1 session only, either Wednesday or Thursday not both.
See Yetunde or Jacky for more information.
We run a six week Alpha Course at Holy Trinity, covering many crucial questions of the Christian faith.
Who is Jesus? Why did Jesus die on the Cross? Did Jesus rise from the Dead? Can I trust the Bible? How should I pray? and Why do bad things happen to good people?
a few weeks after our six week course, we come back together for a reunion evening, when we explore what it means to be filled with the Holy Spirit.
Typical comments on the course include:
“underpinned my faith”
“I feel much better grounded in what I believe”
Each evening begins at 7pm with gathering and nibbles, followed by a meal together, a talk, and small groups for discussion.
If you’ve got questions about Christianity or want to find out more, come along to Alpha.
Senior Citizens meet every Thursday 1.00pm – 3.00pm in the church.
Enjoy a time of fellowship and refreshments including a Bible Study.
Also trips to the theatre, restaurants, and days out!
Is someone you know taking exams?
If you or a family member would like prayer for forthcoming examinations, please complete the list which can be found at the back of church.
See Jim or Shira for more information.
Parish Office from 10.30am to 11.15am in church for baptism, wedding and other inquiries.