Minister’s Christmas message

In the midst of all the busyness of Advent and Christmas, the sharing of Season’s Greetings, the shopping and the muzak shouting Merry Christmas Everybody from October onwards, lies the wonder, the confusion and the conundrum that is true story of the incarnation. We...

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Christmas Concert

The Bromley Concert Band are playing their Christmas concert in the church on Saturday 12 December starting at 7:30 p.m. These guys are GOOD! Come along for a great evening of Christmas music.

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Minister’s message for November

We Will Remember “No child or future generation will ever know what this was like. They will never understand. When it is over we will go quietly among the living and we will not tell them. We will talk and sleep and go about our business like human beings. We will...

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Minister’s message for October

'Ecclesia Reformata, Semper Reformanda?' “The Reformed Church always has to be reforming” It is not often that I will start my letter with a Latin phrase but this month is an exception. It seems particularly pertinent as we value our past and look forward to the...

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Susan Durber comes to Trinity

Poverty & Climate Change Tuesday 29 September - 7:30 p.m. Susan Durber will be giving a talk on poverty and climate change at Trinity on Tuesday evening. All welcome Susan Durber is Theology Co-ordinator for Christian Aid and a minister of the United Reformed...

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Minister’s message for September

Exodus 23: 16b "Celebrate the Feast of Ingathering at the end of the year, when you gather in your crops from the field” September is one of my favourite months; the intense heat of the summer has passed but there are still plenty of warm days to be enjoyed and the...

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Minister’s message for July/August

St Swithun's day if thou dost rain For forty days it will remain St Swithun's day if thou be fair For forty days 'twill rain nae mare St Swithun’s Day, 15th July, is commemorated in this weather folklore ditty. Whilst there are regional variations the sentiment...

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Minister’s message for May

As I drive around Bromley I notice the vigorous blooming of flowers and blossom brightening our lives. A wonderful display of pale almost bridal-like petals interspersed with the vibrant red and yellows of early tulips mingling with a wonderful display of daffodils....

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Minister’s message for February

As I write this the sun is shining through the dining room window, the sky is an almost cloudless blue, and blue tits are feeding on the bird table. Yet the radio is full of reports of bad weather on the way. As we journey through life we are never quite sure of what...

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