We are looking forward to this Sunday as we start the next part of our "Missionize" series in the morning (10.30am), and welcome Celtic Worship and Mick Fleming for Teatime at Trinity in the evening (6pm). Here's some more details...

On Sunday morning we begin a series called "Fruitfulness on the Frontline", inspired by the London Institute of Contemporary Christianity (LICC). This series explores the significance and value of our everyday life as we follow Jesus, and how God wants to use us wherever we are. Why not have a little browse through the website below and find out more about this series AND the wider work of LICC: 

Fruitfulness on the Frontline | LICC

We are so thankful to have Celtic Worship and Mick Fleming with us this Sunday evening. The event is free but you do need a ticket and so if you haven't booked already, then please send an email to pastoremma@trinitychurchperth.org

For those of you who don't know, Mick Fleming is a pastor in Burnley and leads a church called "Church on the Street" - it's an incredible story that has drawn a lot of positive media attention, and even a visit from William & Kate. His personal story is an amazing journey of God's grace and power. You can read more about the Church and about Mick here:

Church on the Street (cots-ministries.co.uk)

Celtic Worship have become a well know and established band with their unique and beautiful Celtic sound. Many of us heard them last year at Christmas Box 2021 and if you're anything like me, they are a regular "go to" for my own times of personal worship. If you want to find out more about Celtic Worship before Sunday, then just click here: 


Finally, just a few other reminders...

We have Friday morning prayer on zoom tomorrow at 7.30am - just use the details below:

And this Wednesday (5th October) we have our monthly "Encounter" evening at the Church (7.30pm) as we worship and seek God together.

Looking forward to all that's ahead over the next week - hope you are too!

Grace & Peace