A message from our minister
8 April 2021
Great news! Trinity Church is now open for in-person worship each Sunday at 10 am and 11 am. Our intention from now on is that we will resume our previous practice of celebrating Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month (with the occasional advertised exception). Until government restrictions ease further, the services on other Sundays in the month will be services of reflection and prayer. Families can bring their children to any of our services. The first service each Sunday will be streamed live and then available as a recording later in the day.
Many of you will recall that we recently issued a questionnaire seeking your views about how we recover church life once the pandemic has passed. The Deacons have now seen a report noting the range of views expressed. Each serving Deacon has accepted responsibility for facilitating small group conversations for one aspect of church life. These are Worship, Mission, Fellowship, Fellowship in Worship, Pastoral, Adult Education and Children’s Education. In the near future, we hope there will be opportunities for you to get involved in some of these conversations so that we can learn how we can resume what we used to do and develop new activities so that we can “serve the present age” (Charles Wesley, Singing the Faith 658). Please watch out for more news soon!
Although we are able to gather for worship, we are not allowed to gather socially in large groups, so it remains important that we keep in touch with each other until such time as we can once again break bread together without constraints. Please, therefore, continue to pray for each other and try to keep in touch.
For the time being, I continue to work from home most of the time, so the easiest way to contact me is by email to or by ringing 020 8643 6884.