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Dec 2015
Born in a stable?

For two thousand years, innkeepers have had some of the worst PR imaginable. Every year, in pre-schools and playgroups, schools and churches, Mary and Joseph are turned away by an innkeeper before finding shelter in a stable. But was Jesus really born in a stable, having been turned away from an over-full inn by a grumpy innkeeper? I’m suggesting in one of my Christmas sermons that if you really read the gospel narratives then a different story emerges. With help from a bit of Greek grammar, and knowing the......

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Dec 2015
New Weekly Email - coming soon

We’re just launching a new weekly email, which will be winging its way across the parish over the next few days. Call it an early Christmas present. There’s a lot going on across Trinity Churches, and rather than a monthly email with lots of different events, we wanted try try a simpler weekly email with just a few things. A look back over Sunday, a few brief thoughts, and a chance to look ahead at different ways of getting involved across the parish. Want to be on the receiving......

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Dec 2015
Elaine Storkey's sermons

At our recent Trinity Churches joint service our distinguished guest speaker, Elaine Storkey stirred our thoughts as she spoke biblically, with power and clarity and encouraged us to stand against the violence towards women which is a global issue – and that includes our own country. In her recent book ‘Scars Across Humanity’ Elaine states that the statistics tell us that acts of violence against women across the globe produce more deaths, disability and mutilation than cancer, malaria and traffic accidents combined. And the truth is that these deaths......

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Nov 2015
Step into the Story with our Pop Up Nativity

The original Christmas story was populated by ordinary people including shepherds, innkeepers, carpenters, teenagers and the like. Over the coming weeks, look out for your chance to be part of the story this Christmas by taking part in our ‘Pop Up Nativity’. Pick your character, put your head through and grab a camera.   If you want to share your photo on our Facebook page, search for Trinity Churches Shrewsbury and post your picture.