Our mid-week social afternoons, usually 2pm on Thursdays at Trinity.
Thursday 20 Sept: Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital
27 Sept: Birthday celebration with cake and Manella on the keyboard.  
4 Oct: Harvest Praise
See the full programme in our September magazine.

We are having our next Carers Meeting from 7:30 to 9:00pm in the chapel on Wednesday 26th September.  It is for anyone with caring responsibilities whether for a relative, friend or neighbour.
Contact: Margaret Cocks

Friday 28 September
at Trinity. This will be around lunchtime, but timing and more details to follow.

Friday 5 October 7.30 to 9.30
All Trinity ladies are invited to our ladies Harvest Supper to celebrate God’s love and provision for us. We will join in friendship and fellowship to share a simple meal together – a Ploughman’s platter followed by apple puddings. Come and enjoy the fruits of the harvest. Feel free to invite a friend.
There will be a sheet to sign at the back of the church during September.
If you need a lift we can arrange one for you. Please contact Laura or Kate.
Future date for your diary: Friday evening, January 18th New Year Blessings

11am – 2pm at Trinity with refreshments, stalls & lunches
6 October: Christian Blind Mission – contact Nigel Holloway
3 November: Water Aid – contact Richard Cocks
1 December: Trinity Church Christmas Fair

11am - 2pm at Trinity Church
Refreshments from 11am, Jacket potato lunches from 12.
Stalls, TableTennis, Bring & Buy, Home Made Cake! Raising funds for CHRISTIAN BLIND MISSION (CBM) – the overseas disability charity.
‘Driven by Christian values, we tackle poverty, prevent blindness, improve health and change the lives of disabled people.’
For more about CBM please see their website

Sunday 7 October, 11.15am
Everyone is encouraged to come to the meeting to help make decisions on behalf of the church (but only members can vote).

This is a group for dads and male carers, and their children from new born to year 6.
Free bacon rolls, toast, tea, coffee and squash
Saturday mornings – 9.30-11.30am
Trinity Church
Usually on 2nd Saturday of the month.
13 Oct; 10 Nov; 8 Dec
Why not come along and invite your friends
For more information contact:  Jon Salmon

Saturday 27 October 6-10pm
After the success of the Barn Dance we held last year, we are organising another.

We need your help to make sure it is a fantastic evening again. There is something that everyone can do so please don't leave it all for others! Some people have already kindly offered their gifts and talents, which is great, but we still need lots more help e.g. prayers, publicity, selling tickets, making puddings, setting up the room, serving food, clearing up afterwards and many more.

This is an event for everyone, both Trinity's existing congregation and to draw new people into Trinity. So, save the date, tickets will be limited and will be available from the beginning of September (on a first come, first served basis), please don't miss out on a fun-filled evening!

For more information and offers of help please see Pam Medcraft, Vanessa Fairhall or Karen Eccles

Saturday 1 December, 11am – 3pm
The date has been set for the annual Christmas Fayre so please keep 1st December free.  There will be the return of the of the recent, successful combined Open Saturday/Christmas Fayre, the popular used toys stall as well as some new additions, including a live band playing Christmas music, a Christmas themed raffle and the replacement of the general tombola with a chocolate one!

We will be asking for donations and commitment to help on the day from mid-October onwards. In the meantime if you normally have a stall and would be interested in having one again this year, or you would like to help, please e-mail Karen Eccles.

READING CHURCHES MEN’S GROUP  - MEN’S BREAKFAST for on Saturday 13th October at Reading Blue Coat School, Sonning-on-Thames
“Running the race and our  contemporary calling”
Speaker:  Rev David Walker, Vicar of Greyfriars Church.
To book (£10 per head) contact: John Broady of Reading Churches Men’s Group
Please book by Tuesday 9th October 2018

Revd Jon Salmon (Trinity Church Minister), Ann Baker (Families Pastor), and our small Chaplaincy Team are here to offer support which encourages everyone to feel cared for as a part of our Church Family.
You can help by contacting us when you have a need yourself or when you suspect another member of the Church, (or even someone else), could use help or would appreciate a visit. Please do contact us if you have concerns.
Pastoral visits, home communion, an encouraging phone call or just a friendly chat over coffee can be arranged by contacting Jon or Ann.

If you would like to make a donation, (non-perishable food & household products), there is a green crate in the church.
Our current needs during Harvest:     Tinned vegetables- Tinned Ready Meals – Tinned Chopped Tomatoes – Tinned Soup – Tinned Meat  – Tinned Potatoes – Biscuits – Small Bags of Pasta – Tinned Fish – Small Bags of Rice – Pasta Sauces – Tinned Fruit – Coffee – Tea Bags – Tinned Puddings – Tinned Pies

Also, donations of supermarket bags or bags for life a greatly appreciated as the parcels have to be sent out in something.
The team will collect the donations and take them to the warehouse.  Many thanks for your continued support.