Minister: Rev Sam
Rev Thurairajah Samuel
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TaB Centre Plus contact details
Tel: 0208 888 2797 / 07484 309301 Email:
TaB is now open for worship
Options for worship:
(1) YouTube circuit service
(2) Trinity at Bowes Zoom service
Meeting ID: 992 829 7354
(3) Live Church - Covid Secure
Wear a mask
Sanitise hands on arrival
Register on arrival
Maintain social distance
Arrive for 10am
Service starts 10:30 & Ends 11:30
Arrive for 3:45
Service starts 4pm & Ends 5pm
(4) Methodist Central Hall:
(5) The New River Methodist Circuit Facebook page (cannot link from this page, you'll need to search from your facebook account
Our Church Zoom meetings
Wednesday at 5pm
TaB Methodist Church invite our members & friends to a Zoom meeting, every Wednesday at 5pm.
You will need to download Zoom app (it's free)
Discussion on subjects concerns to us with Bible Study and a time to pray.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 992 829 7354
Thought for the week
We have been reading Matthew’s gospel since Pentecost. In the first chapter Matthew tells of the genealogy of Jesus; chapter two tells of his birth. In chapter three we learn of the Baptism of Jesus by John, while Chapter four heralds the Ministry of Jesus after his temptation in the wilderness.
Our reading today often referred to as “The sermon on the Mount” or “The Beatitudes” emphasises new teachings by Jesus. As if to recall the commandments to the people of Israel, Jesus spoke with authority on most topics relevant to their everyday lifestyle. At a time when we remember those who have gone on before us, we yearn to comfort and support those who have lost love ones as we treasure and honour their lives lived on earth to the glory of God our Father.
In Revelation John speaks of a great multitude from every nation, which no one could count, with palm branches reminiscent of Jesus triumphantly entering Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. “Then he said to me These are they who have come out of the great ordeal, they have washed their robes and made them white in the blood of the Lamb.” This an elder speaking to John after he had asked John about the large multitude. We may compare this to Ezekiel 37 :3 “Mortal, can these bones live?” We note the answer in both encounters. The mortal does not answer the question for mortals however pious and has not seen all. For there is a door to which mortals have no key and a curtain to which he can only enter at a certain time.
On this All Saints Sunday we come to realise that those who serve God steadfastly, sincerely, and reverently will at the end of their days be with the Lamb. For regardless of the tribulations they had suffered, the pain they endured, they ended their days holding fast to the promises of Jesus of being with him in paradise.
We pray for all who have lost loved ones and are taking part in our services today. May the God of Peace and Love be with us all as we remember our relatives and friends who have gone on before us. May their souls Rest in Peace, Perfect Peace. May they awake with their robes washed in the blood of the Lamb.
Trinity at Bowes is a unique Church Community Centre 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 and smoothly.
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, Youth and Families teams work with children aged 0-18 with activities such as a playgroups, sports, music and media activities and holiday clubs. In addition, we deliver a range of alternative educational programmes for young people and Family Learning classes.
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.