We are excited to announce that Lou Fellingham is coming back to Trinity for another concert in February. This time Lou will be singing songs from her new album Fascinate which reminds us of the magnificence of God and the greatness of the power of the gospel.
The concert is on Friday, 13 February 2015 from 19:00 to 22:30
This is a ticketed event with ticket price £12 for adults and £9 for concessions (OAPs, Students and Under 16s). If you buy tickets online before the event then there is a £2 discount as opposed to buying tickets at the door on the night.
Last Sunday we were blessed to be joined by Teen Challenge who told us about the great work they are doing amongst the most needy in the community.
Teen Challenge is built on and driven by Christian values and beliefs, which clearly show how precious and loved each individual is. We take this message to young people whose lives are messed up, who have lost all sense of self worth, self esteem and often the will to live. Everybody deserves the opportunity to live free and to become everything they were created to be.
To find out more or how you can support them please visit the Teen Challenge website.
Hope4BarkingDagenham homeless night shelter got a huge boost this weekend as Trinity Church Choir and Orchestra from Brentwood held a free concert at St. Elisabeth’s Church, Wood Lane. Funds and awareness was raised for this, new much needed ministry in Barking & Dagenham.
Those who came heard how God brought together various churches to step out in faith to help the homeless of Barking & Dagenham. The singing raised the roof and over £4,000 was raised too. Over 300 people came over the two nights. Among them were honoured guests, Her Worshipful, The Mayor of Barking and Dagenham, Councillor Elizabeth Kangethe and Leader of the Council, Cllr. Darren Rodwell. Both expressed their heartfelt thanks and pledged their support to this vital community work.
Neal Morse is a singer, song-writer and multi-instrumentalist who, over the last 10 years or so, has almost single-handedly reinvented the genre of Progressive Rock music, yet at the same time stayed faithful to its musical foundations laid by the bands of the 60’s and 70’s such as Procul Harum, Yes, Genesis, King Crimson and Gentle Giant.
In 2002, Neal Morse became a Christian and immediately started to integrate his faith into his music. The result has been that all his music is now strongly influenced by Christianity, even though the song lyrics are often not overtly Christian.
Neal’s music also covers many more genres than Progressive Rock. His Christian albums such as ‘Mighty To Save’ are collections of Christian choruses and ballads that could be sung in any church service.
Jesus spoke the words that God the Father wanted to be spoken, and he did the works that God the Father wanted accomplished. Pastor Linnecar challenges fathers to set an example to their children of being Christ-like. Your children will learn from your behaviour in the home. What’s your priority for your children’s lives, knowing the responsibility you have before God?
For workers in and around the City of London, mid-week talks are a great way to engage in the Bible. For sceptics, enquirers and Christians alike – and tailored for you and your colleagues to hear a short talk from the Bible about Jesus Christ. Please visit gospelatwork to find your nearest talk.