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Trinity Church is a joint URC / Methodist church. It is an active member of the Church in Abingdon - a thriving ecumenical project comprising 14 Abingdon churches

Sunday Services for next 2 weeks

 25 Sep -
10.30 Harvest Festival led by Revd Ian Griffiths
18:30 At All Saints

Sunday Service Sheet (Pdf Document)
Notices (Pdf Document)

 2 Oct -
10.30 Revd Kate Pryde
18:30 At All Saints

O God, surer than the breaking of the day, in the morning, fill us with your love, and in the evening, as the dew falls, refresh us with your mercy, that we may live according to your promises; through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Trinity

Harvest Offering

You are again invited to bring non-perishable food items on Harvest Sunday, Sept. 25th, for the Asylum Welcome Food Bank. Even more asylum seekers are now needing help and last year 1121 bags of food were given out.

The following is the list of items needed. Please make sure that the "use-by" date is around 6 months ahead, as some items given at Harvest may be stored and distributed later. UHT milk; Long-life fruit juice; tea; coffee; cooking oil; tins of vegetables, fruit, soup, fish, meat (preferably not pork); couscous; noodles; lentils; jam; honey; sugar; biscuits.

Harvest

Dates for Your Diary

Sculpture On The Farm at Gows Farm 10am until 5pm. From 24th September to 9th October. The Sculpture Trail will include over 200 original pieces of sculpture in wood, stone and ceramics, as well as paintings. There will be live carving demonstrations - stone and chainsaw - plus all the regular 'hands on' experiences. The Gow family attended Trinity and Abe was Chair of the Property Committee at one time.

Silent Reflections: Tuesday 27 September, St Michael and All Angels, Park Road, 7.30 - 9.00 pm. Enjoy prayerful activities in the quiet of the sanctuary with the option of coming together to share your journey at the end of the session. All welcome....

More Dates ....

Sculpture

Trinity Annual Report

This has been a very full and busy year, with many joys as well as sorrows. Yet in them all we have continued to encounter God who has been with us every step of the way, and will be in the year ahead. So read with wonder this snapshot of life at Trinity Church and give thanks to God, praying too for wisdom in the year ahead. Every Blessing Ian

Trinity Annual Report 2015.

Annual Report