10.00 AM PARISH COMMUNION
A traditional family service, suitable for all ages, with a Sunday School and Choir
12.00 PM HOLY COMMUNION (Rite B)
A shorter said service
On the first Sunday of each month:
8.00 AM HOLY COMMUNION (BCP)
ALL HELD AT HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, ROEHAMPTON
LONDON SW15 4LA
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We are a warm and welcoming congregation, very diverse in background and views.
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THe Vicar blogs
Valerie has battled off the heat … and the garden continues to bloom at Holy Trinity with a new area created – around the side of the church just to the right of the entrance. At the beginning, a little unkempt and wild but with some clearing – earth appears – and finally a beautiful Read more about Tales from the Garden (2)[…]
In this next installment of the vicar’s spirituality blog, Jim McKinney looks at the use of bells during our worship.
Why the ringing of the bells?
In the communion service, after the Peace, the minister leads in the great Thanksgiving or “Eucharistic” prayer which starts with a retelling of the story of the last supper that Jesus shared with his disciples and the special things that he said on that all-important night. Thus, we hear … Read more AboutThe Spirituality of Worship
On Sunday 1st of July, we were treated to a fantastic concert featuring David and Valerie Shelmerdine and a number of their equally talented friends – Suzannah Gray, Lene Sahlholdt, Jasmin Pettigrew, Mary Bennett and David Townsend, accompanied by Rob Nash on piano. Read more AboutSummer Concert
Valerie Shelmerdine writes the first of a Holy Trinity monthly gardening blog:
Tales from the Garden
Some of you will have noticed two large pink roses in the flowers for the Dedication Lunch Sunday. These came from our oldest Rose Bush at least over thirty yeras old. It always flowers first and produces many beautiful blooms from then on.
Rev. Jim McKinney continues with an explanation of why we do what we do in Church….
Bowing our Heads during the Creed
The Creed is the summary of the Christian faith accepted by all the major churches. It sets out what we believe about God, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, and it refers to the central mysteries of what Christianity is all about.
Friday 2nd March is Women’s World Day of Prayer: a global ecumenical movement of informed prayer and prayerful action.
This is a worldwide movement led by Christian women of many traditions who call people together to observe a common day of prayer and thanks. More than 170 countries participate in this annual day of celebration, sharing together in solidarity, worship and God’s word.