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TaB Contact Details

Tel: 0208 888 2797 / 07484 309301  

Email: admin@trinityatbowes.co.uk

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TaB Presbyter & Circuit Superintendent
Rev Sam

Revd Thurairajah Samuel - 
revsam@trinityatbowes.co.uk
07484 309301

TaB Senior Church Steward
Charles Dadey
charles@trinityatbowes.co.uk
07484 309301

TaB Trustee's Secretary
Victoria Sibanda
Admin@trinityatbowes.co.uk
07484 309301

TaB Centre Plus Administrator
Hilda Samuel
hilda@trinityatbowes.co.uk
07484 309301

TaB Treasurer
Jebanesan Velmurugu
jebas@trinityatbowes.co.uk
07484 309301

Thought for the Week

 

A family of four was enjoying their day out at the beach. The children were playing in the sand building sandcastles when in the distance a little old lady appeared, carrying a bag. Her grey hair was blowing in the wind and her clothes were ragged. She was muttering something to herself as she picked up things from the beach and put them into her bag. The mum called the children to her side and told them to stay away from the old lady. As she passed by, bending down every now and then to pick something up, she smiled at the family. But her smile were ignored by the family. 

 

A couple of weeks later the family were watching their local channel on TV, when they saw the same lady on the programme. They learned that the little old lady was a retired schoolteacher who had made it her lifelong crusade to pick up bits of glass from the beach so people wouldn't cut their feet. That year she was presented an award for her lifelong commitment. Also they learned that as she picked up the broken glass, she prayed for the people who had dropped it, even though she didn't know who they were. In front of the TV the whole family felt that they had missed an opportunity by not smiling back. The mum said it all, “I wish I had greeted her when she smiled at us”.

                        ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least 

                       of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’ -Matthew 25:40

TaB: 'Sanctuary & Centre Plus'

TaB’s In-House Programmes 

All are invited – Everyone is welcomed – Join to participate 

17Worship Together

TaBBies under 4 years Soft Toy Play Time

Monday to Friday - £2 9.30am till 12.00noon.

Cooked Lunch Takeaway

       Monday to Friday - £3  12.30pm till 1.30pm.

TaB Weekdays Activities: Monday - Friday

   Tuesday 22nd August 2 pm-2.20 pm       TaB In Touch a Telephone conversation

   Wednesday 23rd August 1.30 pm-2 pm        TaB Prayer Meditation

   Thursday 24th August  7.00 pm- 8 pm   TaB Time with Rev Sam

   Friday 25th August   2 pm- 4 pm             TaB Volunteers’ Time

Zoom Link 
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9928297354?pwd=PM
ID:  992 829 7354 Passcode: 518822

Trinity at Bowes Methodist Church is a unique Church Community Centre (Centre Plus) that seeks to meet the needs of the local community, both practically and spiritually. Our team of staff and volunteers work together to ensure the centre runs efficiently.

We are located on the corner of Palmerston Road and North Circular Road, making it easily accessible from many of the surrounding areas such as Haringey, Edmonton, Enfield, and Barnet.

Our building is a multi-purpose building with disabled access and facilities, available for hire at competitive rates.

Our Children, and Families teams work with children aged 0-18 with activities such as playgroups, sports, music, media activities, and holiday clubs.

We have a range of activities for all ages and abilities including Keep Fit classes, Pilates, Bulgarian and Irish Dancing, as well as social groups for older people.

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