We are a Bible-centred, family church looking to serve our community. We believe that Jesus is the Son of God and that His death and resurrection are good news for everyone who trusts in him.

We aim to live out our faith in Christ in the community around us and we welcome new people to join in any of our regular activities, regardless of belief or background.

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Sunday 04 October 2015

Message: Peter Smith


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Title: The Parable Of The Shrewd Manager

Series: Examining The Evidence

Bible Reference: Luke 16  v1-15

Length: 32.19min

Message: Matt Hopkins


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Title: The Tower Of Babel

Series: Genesis

Bible Reference: Genesis 11 v1-9

Length: 22.54min

Events This Week:

Monday 5th October:  IGNITE meets at 6.30pm

Wednesday 7th October: Ladies Bible Study at 10.30am and ‘Christianity Explored’ meets again at 7.30pm

Thursday 8th October : Home Group Meetings: Please ask about these if you do not go to one as they are very profitable.

Special Notices:

*Christianity Explored: Our course will continue on Wednesday evening. It is still not too late to sign-up for this course which gives every opportunity to explore the basics of the Christian Faith and to ask any questions which you may have. Do speak to Peter or Linda Mawson if you would like to know more.

*Quiz Night: Please use the invitation cards to invite friends and neighbours to our Quiz Night at Rolvenden Village Hall on 10th October at 7pm. Adam and Karen Oliver are organising the event so please contact them if you have questions. Please add your name even if you do not have a complete team. There may be some adjustments to the list in order to ensure full teams.

*Church Night: From September Church Night will not be on the first Thursday of each month. John McDonald and the Missionary Group have arranged for missionary focus evenings on Thursdays later in the month during September – November. We will keep everyone informed well in advance when these evenings are taking place.

*Grace Baptist Mission Annual Mission Day: Saturday 24th October 2015 at Solihull. We can send up to 4 delegates and John and Marion McDonald will be going. If anyone else would like to go they have 2 /3 seats available.

* The Prayer Chain is now organised, with thanks to Tracy DeGrange. A number of our folk are available to pray about any urgent issues during the week. If there is something which is pertinent to the church and needs urgent prayer then please contact in the first instance, Peter and Linda Mawson or Peter and Jean Smith, who will then pass on the prayer request to those who are in the prayer chain.

*10ofthose: Trinity is now linked with the Christian book shop “10ofthose”.

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This is an excellent resource for purchasing Christian books at a discounted rate and their catalogue is extensive. You can access the site from our web page. When you enter the site from our web page, you will find a number of books I have recommended as being particularly relevant to us here at Trinity. Peter.

*Blythswood Christmas Shoebox Appeal: It’s now time to start filling the shoe boxes again. The boxes, filled with clothes and treats will be sent with a Christian message to needy people from ages 3 to 103 years, living in Eastern Europe. They will need to be delivered to Trinity by 8th November only 7 weeks away so get filling! Leaflets are at the front of the church. For more details see Val Baldwin

*Pastoral Care: Robin and Christine Powell have taken over the leadership of the “Pastoral Team.” It would help them enormously if those who have received a letter from them reply with the necessary information as soon as possible. Also, it is important that they are informed of anyone who needs a visit or specific help. Serious needs should be passed to the Elders when appropriate. Do not assume that needs are known by the Eldership or the Pastoral Team.

*Cry in the Dark: If anyone is interested in going to Romania next year to work with ‘cry in the dark’ please speak to Ian Oliver.

*Parking: We have been asked by our neighbours that we try to avoid parking on the corners of the streets near to the church for safety reasons. Tracy DeGrange has said we can park in the car park opposite the church as the residents do not use this car parking space a great deal.

* Homewood School:  There is a prayer meeting for Homewood School and its Christian Schools Worker, Nathan Wilson on the first Thursday of each month at 1.30 – 2.30pm at the school.

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Next Sunday (11th October 2015):

AM Message: Peter Mawson

Message: Luke 16 v16-31

No evening service