In-touch Online

In-touch is the magazine for all the Ealing Trinity Circuit. The coronavirus pandemic is made us think about new ways to do things and new ways to communicate with people. So, we have decided to create In-touch Online as the online version of our print magazine. We will be adding articles and information on  a regular basis, so check back frequently to see what's new.

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Sunday Services
For information on our churches and their services go to our Churches page and follow the links for each church. You can also download a copy of the current Quarterly Preaching Plan from the Preaching Plan page.

Regular Notices
You can find notices circulated from our Circuit Office on our Notices page.
 

Circuit Mission Day
Gerald Barton, Editor of In-touch reports on the Circuit Mission Day held on 9th April 2022 at Hanwell.
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Bristol Bus Boycott
In April, BBC Radio 4 ran a series of short programmes in which Neil MacGregor, former Director of the British Museum asked museums throught the country to focus on just one object of particular significance in their collections. Bristol Museum focussed on a a Bristol 'Lodekka' double-decker bus which Gerald Barton, Editor of In-touch remembers well from his childhood. The reason for the museum's choice, however had little to do with buses and more to do with race relations in Bristol in the early 1960's.
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Why Am I a Minister?
Deacon Theresa Simons-Sam opens the door on why she is a diaconal minister.
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Hanwell's Wednesday Coffee Morning
 Rita MacMurray describes how Hanwell Methodist Church is reaching out to the local community with a Wednesday Coffee Morning.
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Whose Will be Done?
Gerald Barton, Editor of In-touch muses on what we are doing when we pray 'Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven'.
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Rev Ajay Singh Introduces Himself
In September 2021 we welcomed Rev Ajay Singh to our Circuit. He is minister of our churches at Acton Hill, Hanwell and the King's Hall (Urdu/Hindi speaking) church in Southall. Find out a little more about him in this article.
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Tributes to Some of the People who have died during Recent Months
Since the start of the pandemic a number of long-standing members of our churches have died. Here are some selected tributes to some of those people - George Oliver, Elizabeth Sherman, Graham Preedy and Scotley Malcolm. Some have already been published in local church magazines, others not. 
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Those Communion 'Pods'
Gerald Barton, Editor of In-touch reflects on communion 'pods'.
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The Joy of Being a Local Preacher
Alex Anteyi joined our Circuit fairly recently and worships at Ealing Green Church. He is a Local Preacher and is now taking services around our Circuit. Here is his reflection on being a Local Preacher.
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The Prodigal Son in Stained Glass
Gerald Barton, Editor of In-touch writes about a delightfully playful telling of the story of the Prodigal Son in stained glass.
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Iris Axon Concert Series at Acton Hill
The Iris Axon Concert Series of Sunday afternoon concerts at Acton Hill returned on 5th September 2021 with a recital by Japanese pianist Mayasuki Tayama. All che concerts in the series take place on the first Sunday of each month and the series runs through until June 2022 (with the exception of January 2022).
Click here to download the details of Iris Axon Concert Series programme

Crosslight Advice - Working with Ealing Foodbank
Crosslight Advice, a Christian debt-counselling charity is looking for volunteers to help with their work alongside Ealing Foodbank.
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Beam - Helping People Get Back on Their Feet
Many people's lives have been badly affected by the pandemic including unemployment and potential homelessness. Find out how you can help people get back on their feet.
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New Suspicious E-mail Reporting Service
National Cyber Security has launched a new suspicious email reporting service.
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Past Articles and Print Editions
Past articles from In-touch Online can be found by clicking here.

Print editions of In-touch can be found by clicking here.

 

 


Circuit Mission Day

Bristol Bus Boycott

Why Am I a Minister?

Hanwell's Wednesday Coffee Morning

Whose Will be Done?

Rev Ajay Singh Introduces Himself

Tributes to Some of the People who have died during Recent Months

Those Communion 'Pods'

The Joy of Being a Local Preacher - Alex Anteyi

The Prodigal Son in Stained Glass

Crosslight Advice - Working with Ealing Foodbank

Beam – Helping People Get Back on Their Feet

New Suspicious E-mail Reporting Service