Trinity Congregational Chapel Brixton

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20 October
Morning Service
10:30 - 11:30 Worship: The Minister
Tea to follow
Evening Service
18:30 - 9:00 Reflections: The Minister
27 October
Morning Service
10:30 - 11:30 Worship: The Minister
Tea to follow
Evening Service
18:30 - 19:00 Reflections: Peter Young
03 November
Morning Service
10:30 - 11:30 Communion: The Minister
Tea
Evening Service
18:30 - 19:00 Reflections: The Minister
10 November
Remembrance Day
10:30 - 11:30 Worship: The Minister
Tea and conversation
Evening Service
18:30 - 19:00 Reflections: Lesley Dean the beauty queen
17 November
Morning Service
10:30 - 11:30 Worship: The Minister
Tea to follow
Evening Service
18:30 Reflections: Peter Young
24 November
Morning Service
10:30 Worship: Lesley Dean
Tea to follow
Evening Service
18:30 - 17:00 Reflections: The Minister

Trinity Congregational Church celebrates it’s 191st birthday.

On Saturday 28th September members and friends celebrated Trinity’s birthday with a evening meal and after dinner speech. The guest speaker, Chris Idle, helped celebrate the occasion with a hymn which he had composed for the day. The hymn was most appropriate for Trinity’s birthday and will no doubt be sung often. Following the dinner cooked by Jeff Claxton the whole assembly joined together to sing Chris’s hymn entitled ‘This is the house of prayer’ to the tune Ascalon.

Called to the house of prayer.

1. Called to the house of prayer,

let all who gather here

make every pew with songs resound!

God give us eyes to see

each anniversary

looks back, ahead, and all around.

2. Within these chapel walls

the voice of mercy calls:

God, by your breath you raise dry bones!

May we, who count the days,

glow not with pride but praise,

your human pillars, living stones.

3. Grace beyond human thought,

not earned, achieved or bought,

gives faith to find your promise true.

Lord Christ who loved the lost,

and shared their pain, their cost,

you welcome all who come to you.

4. Where thousands buy and sell

we have this news to tell,

through teeming streets or one by one;

here cultures richly blend,

fresh stories never end;

your way be known, your will be done.

5. All-loving Trinity,

your blessings means that we

go out with joy, with joy come in;

not fearful nor ashamed,

glad when our Lord is named:

in Jesus Christ new worlds begin.

For Trinity Congregational Church Brixton anniversary,

September 2019

Words, Chris Idle

Tune: ASCALON

Thought for this week:

Ravenstonedale manse - Westmorland home of Bernard Lord Manning. May 2019

Trinity Congregational Chapel is an independent church, founded in 1828, affiliated to The Congregational Federation.

All are welcome to our services

please join us for:

Ministry

Our minister is Revd Dr Alan Argent. He is a Brixton boy, born and bred, who first came to this church aged 11 years and has not managed to leave yet. You see Trinity really is habit forming! Educated at the London School of Economics (Bsc Econ), King's College, London (M Th), and University College, London (Ph D), he trained for the ministry in Cambridge.

Service by candlelight.

Join us for our conservation evenings at Trinity.

Fellowship meals, coffee mornings, sales of work, book sales - all by arrangement.

Baptisms, Marriages and Funerals by arrangement with the minister.

This note was received after a recent baptism:

"I just wanted to say thank you so much for a wonderful christening on Sunday. My friends and family were all raving about your service and how enjoyable it was. Thank you so much for having us and huge thanks to you for being so accommodating throughout."