Mens Breakfast (15/07/2017)
On 15th July some 29 men from the local area met for a cooked breakfast in The Parish Room at the Church to hear a talk by retired Brigadier Ian Dobbie OBE who was discussing faith in challenging situations such as in war zones where great courage is needed. It was an inspiring talk by an inspirational man. Trinity Church normally has one of these breakfasts for invited speakers every year.
Family Picnic (02/07/2017)
On Sunday 2nd July twelve families from the church got together for a family picnic afternoon at Bewl Water. It was a lot of fun with a makeshift cricket pitch being set up. The weather was glorious and a fun time was enjoyed by all 36 people. Look out for the same event again next summer.
New Website Launch (01/07/2017)
Vivid New Silk Trinity Banners in the Church
Sunday 11th June was Trinity Sunday and the 179th anniversary of the consecration of Trinity Church in Sissinghurst in 1838. To mark the occasion three new 8ft long banners were unveiled during the service depicting the Trinity; Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The banners were beautifully created by local amateur artist Jan Ashley who painted them on silk using silk paints. They are hung on the south wall and add vivid colours to the interior of the Church. The banners were well over a year in the planning in consultation with members of the Church’s PCC. Jan said that she very much enjoyed working on them but because the banners were so long she had to give up using her dining room for anything other than their creation for several months. For those of you interested in how these works of art are made the silks were mounted on wood frames for the actual painting and then taken off when completed. Many thanks to Jan.
Sunday May 14th 11.00am with Hubert Ashton preaching followed by our Rogation Walk round the perimeters of the Parish boundary followed by a picnic lunch at the Sissinghurst Castle lake.
New Parish Magazine
Launch of the new look Parish Magazine, Helen Berry our new Creative Director has given it a completely new look!
MilkFest - August Bank Holiday Weekend