Welcome to Trinity Church Mill Hill
UNITED REFORMED & METHODIST
We are an active church that seeks to discover God at work in our lives and in the lives of others.
Through worship, learning, caring, service and in sharing the love of Jesus, we look to become His disciples.
We are active as Christians in the local community and many groups find a home in our wonderful modern premises.
“We warmly welcome Christians from all denominations, and our services of Holy Communion are open to all who love our Lord Jesus Christ.”
Every Sunday worship takes place at 10.30am and can be attended in person or via Zoom. Our aim is to provide accessible worship suitable for a variety of ages and backgrounds. All our welcome to join our diverse congregation and discover more about God and self through teaching, prayer and song.
Meet the Minister
My name is David Newton and I’m the Minister of Trinity Church Mill Hill and Hendon Methodist Church.
Our news always seems to be dominated by tragedy and conflict, poverty and inequality. Whether it is the Earthquake in Turkey/Syria, the war in Ukraine, or the cost of living crisis at home it is easy to feel overwhelmed by all the ‘bad’ news. In response the Church encourages giving, and prayer, and we at Trinity Mill Hill share in this by providing details of how to make an offering to Christian Aid in support of the DEC (Disasters’ Emergency Committee) appeal.
Faith though offers something much more basic. It is easy to see faith as being just about belief in a supernatural being, but that alone is of little use if it does not translate into something more. What faith provides is a vision of what could be, if we follow God’s guidance for humanity. Through the life of Jesus, we are invited to see what life could be like if we truly love and care for all people. If we hold to this vision, then whatever the tragedy of the current moment, we maintain a firm confidence that things will ultimately be so much better. This hope gives strength and stamina, and wards off depression. It is a vital part of protecting our essential humanity in the face of hardship.
If religion were just about the supernatural, or just about hymns on a Sunday, I would have left long ago. Instead, I have discovered it is the anchor for life in a world of turmoil, a very precious thing indeed.
With peace, prayers and best wishes,
Minister of Trinity Church Mill Hill
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The Revd Barbara Glasson, President of the Methodist Conference