Creator God,
from the tree of the garden of Eden,
to the tree in the city in Revelation,
we thank you for your vision of creation healed.
Help us to be your agents of restoration,
tending to the beauty of the Earth,
and enabling your healing of the nations. Amen.

A prayer for Restoration, Christian Aid Week

Next Sunday:

Sunday 9 May 2021
Sixth Sunday of Easter/Christian Aid Week

10am Parish Eucharist

There is an upper limit of 60 people at Holy Trinity for Public Worship.

The service from Holy Trinity will be recorded and will appear on The Merton Priory YouTube Channel sometime on Sunday 9 May. 

Click here for the direct link and service sheet. These links will be activated when the documents are available.

Electoral Roll Revision

Annual District Church Meeting

During the week, the church will be open for Private Prayer on Mondays (3-6pm) and Thursdays (11am - 2pm).

PLEASE NOTE - Holy Trinity will not be open on Mon 3rd May (Bank Holiday) or Thurs 6th May (being used as a Polling Station).

If you come, please remember to wear a face covering (unless exempt) and follow social distancing requirements. Following Government guidance, we discourage clinically extremely vulnerable members of the congregation or visitors from attending private prayer.

Inspiration and Comfort - what inspired people and how were they finding comfort during the time when churches are closed.

Click here for full calendar of events

Click here for this week's notices


Merton Priory Team Ministry takes the safeguarding and care of children and vulnerable adults very seriously. Further information can be found at Safeguarding.

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to Holy Trinity. We are a lively and diverse Church of England church in South Wimbledon, bringing together people of all ages in worshipping God, growing together, and serving God’s world. We look forward to meeting you.

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Worship & Resources 

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Christian Aid

Church Open for Worship and Private Prayer

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Christian Aid Week
10-16 May

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From Lament to Action

Anti-Racism Taskforce Report and a statement from the Archbishops