Trinity Methodist Church - Romford


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Posted by trinityromford on October 21, 2016 at 11:15 AM

10-30am  Revd John Chambers

6-30pm  Revd Deji Okegbile

PRAYER Generous God, throughout this week, lighten our tasks and shine through our speaking. May we reflect your love in our lives, your presence in our world and our trust and hope in you. AMEN


The flowers in church have been given by Stella & David Holland.




Monday 24th  1-00 to 3-00pm Parents & Toddlers


Wednesday 26th  10-00am to 1-00pm Trinity Coffee Shop

                            10-15 Bible Study and Prayer Fellowship

                            11-30am Ministers Vestry Hour for anyone who                                 wishes to speak to him.

Bible Reading Notes

Jenny Smith will shortly be ordering Bible Reading notes for 2017. If you wish to receive a copy, or more information, please speak to her. The cost is approx £9-00




Sunday 16th October £456-00

Benevolent Fund £ 14-00


PLEASE PRAY FOR all those who are sick, or cannot be with us today because they are

housebound. We remember especially , Barbara Lancaster, Brenda Jones, Irene Root, Lorraine and Chuck Lines, David and Valerie Knights, Stan Lucas, Margaret Gardner, Pam & Jim Hadley, Doris Spooner, Kathleen Hilton, Vi Alvidere, and Doug & Stella Girdwood.





Sunday 30th 10-30am Revd David Jebb assisted by SPRYNG (the                       SPiRitually YounG group of Trinity)

                     4-30pm Circuit Local Preacher Admission service of                        Mr Ricky Bull at Upminster Meth.


Monday 31st  8-00pm Thanksgiving Guild Rally at Harold Wood                            Methodist,



Tuesday 1st  7-30 fpr 7-45pm at South Ockendon Methodist                                church. Training for Church Stewards or for anyone                          thinking about offering to be a Steward. Please ask if                       you need transport

Sunday 6th  10-30am Worship Leader Jenet Jebb

                    6-30pm Revd David Jebb

Monday 14th  7-30pm Trinity Ladies Night – a dvd presentation of                          scenic places in the Mediterranean by Trevor                                    Bennett. All welcome to this OPEN evening


New Membership Classes & Confirmation


Would you like to be confirmed / welcomed as a member of the Trinity Methodist Church?

Would you like to transfer your membership from another church to this one?

Would you like to know more about the Methodist Church or follow the sessions as a ‘refresher ‘ course?


I will be leading a course exploring Christian Discipleship and Membership in the Methodist Church after the service on the following dates;

1. Sunday 9th October 11:45am to 12:45am 2. Sunday 16th October 11:45am to 12:45pm

3. Sunday 30th October 11:45am to 12:45pm 4. Sunday 13th November 11:45am to 12:45pm

• Sunday 27th November at 10:30am – Confirmation and New Members Welcome Service.


We will be looking at various aspects of what it means to be a member of the Methodist Church using various resources. I hope, that you will come to see membership as a way of expressing your commitment to Christ, and discovering for yourselves a greater sense of ownership and of belonging. Anybody interested in attending or requiring further information, please do contact me on 01708 734005 / (m) 07786907634 or email me or Penny Masters on

Looking forward to hearing from you. Revd David Jebb





Peace Garden

Thetford Methodist Church, Norfolk



Earlier this year, Thetford Methodist Church, unveiled a newly erected Peace Pole and Peace Garden.


Many months in the making, the garden and pole are an initiative of the church to give back to the local community.


The service of dedication was led by the committee that had been involved with the design and construction of the garden and also included a short talk by the Revd Fred King who, at 94, is the church's oldest active member.


As well as many members from the church and locals people from the community, a number of local councillors and the mayor also attended. All added stones from their gardens as signs of their own commitment to peace.


The Revd Ken Nicholls, a supernumerary minister from at the church, said: “With everyone rushing around all the time, it seemed appropriate that with the vacant space we had next to the church building we could provide a place of calm for quiet and reflection.”







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