Thought for this week:
‘A man that looks on glasse’
We were pleased to have Richard Cleaves staying with us at Trinity this weekend. Richard and Alan’s friendship goes way back and many of the Trinity folk have met Richard through Congregational Federation meetings or on the training course. It is always a delight to see other ministers from the Cong Fed (retired or not). Amongst the lively morning’s conversation Richard put forward yet another interpretation of ‘A man that looks on glasse’ - included in George Herbert’s famous poem from ‘The Temple’.
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.
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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.|
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"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."