God of all hope we call on you today.
We pray for those who are living in fear:
Fear of illness, fear for loved ones, fear of others’ reactions to them.
May your Spirit give us a sense of calmness and peace.
We pray for your church in this time of uncertainty.
For those people who are worried about attending worship.
For those needing to make decisions in order to care for other
For those who will feel more isolated by not being able to attend.
Grant us your wisdom.
Holy God, we remember that you have promised that
Nothing will separate us from your love – demonstrated to us in Jesus Christ.
Help us turn our eyes, hearts and minds to you.
- CoronavirusAs a result of the coronavirus all services and church gatherings have been suspended with effect from 17th March. Go to the Coronavirus - Our Churches page for updates and more.We will be starting online Circuit Healing Services on Sunday evenings at 6.00pm from 3rd May - click here to read more.We'll be having a special Circuit Service to celebrate the ministry of our Local Preachers and Worship Leaders at Pentecost (31st May) - and a Circuit 'choir'. To find out more click here.
God of all hope we call on you today.Welcome to the website of the Ealing Trinity Circuit of the Methodist Church of Great Britain.The Methodist Church groups its local churches into Circuits for mutual support. Our churches share ministers and preachers and come together for periodic joint services and events.The Circuit’s mission is to be a powerful spiritual influence in the community and a visible expression of God’s inclusive love. We aim to achieve this by encouraging, through the churches in our Circuit, the worship, social, and outreach activities that currently exist; seeking new ways to extend to others the fellowship of the Church family; and through these to develop the life of the Circuit and its churches.Ealing Trinity, as its name suggests, groups together the Methodist churches in the London Borough of Ealing. We have 9 churches in total throughout the borough from Acton in the east to Southall in the west. Our churches are as diverse as the Borough itself, but we all are united in our love of Jesus Christ and our desire to be a witness to his love in our communities.