5 Jun -
10.30 Revd Ian Griffiths
18:30 Joint Service at All Saints
Deacon's Letter for May
I marvel at the way in which new insights into the gospels are found when being
with children. Very recently in JaM, we looked at the story in Mark 2 v 1-12-
the story of the paralysed man who was let down through the roof to be healed by
Reflecting on this story there is something to be gleaned about mission as
defined in Matthew 28- “go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in
the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them
to obey everything I have commanded you.”
Experience Easter returned to Trinity Church in Abingdon for its seventh year,
and over 200 school children and dozens of adults too part.
The Church was transformed by a huge labyrinth and six beautiful tableaux.
Rosemary Perrow from Trinity Learning explains more in the video alongside. Abingdon Gospel Choir
accompanied one evening event for adults and can be heard in the video. Press
the full screen icon on the video to see a large version
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.