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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 the next two weeks

10 December
10.30 - Morning Worship Led by Geoffrey Caudle
6.00 - Carol Service

Trinity Service Sheet
Carol Service
Trinity Notices

 17 December
10.30 - Holy Communion & JaM Nativity
led by the Revd John Rowland
6.30 - At All Saints

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CHRISTMAS at TRINITY

Sunday 3th December FIRST SUNDAY IN ADVENT
10.30am Gift Service and Baptism led by Deacon Selina Nisbett

Monday 4th December
6:30pm District Cub Advent Carol Service

Sunday 10th December SECOND SUNDAY IN ADVENT
10.30am Morning Worship led by Geoffrey Caudle

6.00pm Carol Service
Special collection for Shelter and Crisis
Coffee and mince pies in the Conduit Centre after the Service

Thursday 14th December
10:30am Toddlers’ Nativity
6:30pm Family Carol Service

Sunday 17th December THIRD SUNDAY IN ADVENT
10.30am Holy Communion & JaM Nativity
led by the Revd John Rowland

Sunday 24th December
FOURTH SUNDAY IN ADVENT & CHRISTMAS EVE

10.30am Morning Worship led by Ruth Dams

4.30pm Torchlight Service for families – don’t forget your torch!
Special collection for Action for Children

11.30pm Midnight Communion led by Revd Kate Pryde
Special collection for Shelter & Crisis

Monday 25th CHRISTMAS DAY
10.00am All Age Celebration Service led by Deacon Selina Nisbett
Special collection for Shelter & Crisis

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New Web Site - Wantage and Abingdon Methodist Circuit

For those who don't know what a Circuit is, we are a group of nine churches working together, united by geography, by supporting one another and by sharing our resources of ministers, preachers and property.

On the new web site you will find pictures of the nine churches with links to their individual web sites. There is a Who's who in the Circuit. Publications include the quarterly preaching plan. There is a combined calendar for all events from the churches. And much more.

Visit Wantage and Abingdon Methodist Circuit to find out more.

Wantage and Abingdon Methodist Circuit

Trinity Toddlers 30th Anniversary

Trinity toddlers celebrated their 30th anniversary in July 2017. A big thankyou was said to all the helpers past and present. Helpers provide support for all the mums, dads, grandparents, carers and children who come. A special mention was made to the longest serving volunteer, Marjorie Wallis, who has helped ever since the group started. She continues to help every week on the welcome desk.

The group starts back on the 14th September after the summer holidays.

(Thanks to the Trinity Toddlers Facebook Page for the picture.)

Selia

Deacon Selina Nisbett

Congratulation to Deacon Selina Nisbett who was Ordained at Darlington Street Methodist Church on Sunday 25th June.

Selina was one of 5 Deacons being Ordained at this year's Methodist Conference.

The Revd Dr Laurence preached; The Vice-President of Conference Mrs. E Jill Baker, read the Old Testament Lesson ( Isaiah 61:1-4 ); Bishop Leidimo Edoni, (from the United Methodist Church of Papua New Guinea) read the Epistle (1 Corinthians 12:27-13:13) ; and Deacon Karen McBride read John 13:1-17.

Selia

Experience Easter

2017 marked our 8th and biggest yet Experience Easter, visited by around 500 people. Between Wednesday 30th and Friday 31st March 390 school children and their staff joined us, including groups from Kingfisher Special School, who had their very own sensory Easter Encounter back at school.

Then on Thursday 30th March there was a Musical Easter Journey with Abingdon Gospel Choir followed by a Family Open Morning on Saturday April 1st.

WITNESS - a new musical

Witness: On Sunday 9th April at Trinity Church, there was a Circuit Service in the form of a performance of the musical, Witness (composed by James Garnett).

Witness tells the Easter story from the perspectives of those whose lives it touched, including bystanders, Jesus' disciples, those in power, and - in particular - the crowd. Through songs and monologues we were invited to experience a range of responses from the excitement of Palm Sunday to the desolation of Good Friday and the wonder of Easter Day.

The performance was watched by about 100 people. Refreshments were served afterwards, and there was  a retiring collection for charities chosen by the cast.


Witness