Good morning everyone,

‘We stand on holy ground’.  It’s Trinity Sunday.  Today is a chance to see ourselves from God’s perspective, not only as loved but as created, loved and upheld; as made and redeemed and saved, at each and every moment.

We celebrate today that God is Father, Son and Holy Spirit – beyond us, beside us and within us.  Not only is God with us, God is within us: ‘Christ in you, the hope of glory’ (Col 1.27b, NIV).

We conclude our service today with a sung grace by John Newton, the author of ‘Amazing grace’.  The grace (2 Cor. 13.13) is the oldest Trinitarian formula in the New Testament, written by Paul long before the gospel of Matthew was conceived, let alone in circulation.

Thank you to all who have contributed to today’s service, to Gill Pinches for the technical aspects, to Tony for the Readings, to Lesley and special guest for the band-led song, and to Jonathan for the prayers.

Very Best wishes to you all,


The Welcome
Tony reads the Epistle (Corinthians 2 chapter 13:11-?) and the Gospel (Matthew 28:16-?) for Trinity Sunday
Tom Reflects on Trinity Sunday
Lesley plays the piano for a guest singer in ‘Be still, for the presence of the Lord’ by David Evans.
The Blessing
May the grace of Christ our Saviour, and the Father’s boundless love, with the Holy Spirit’s favour, rest upon us from above.
Sunday Service 7 June