What we Do 
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Events
Thursday 25 May
7:30amPrayer Meeting @ Vicar's office
Friday 26 May
9:15amOasis - Women's Ministry @ Trinity Room
Friday 26 May
2:00pmPrayer for the Nations @ Christ Church Room
Sunday 28 May
10:00amAll Age Morning Service @ Main Church
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Blog
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Youth 

Georges KesrouaniGeorges Kesrouani is Holy Trinity’s Youth and Children’s Minister.  He grew up down the road in Ealing, and is really excited about what God is doing among young people in Richmond. His dream is to see young people equipped and enabled to dream big, build the kingdom and shift the culture around them. In a world where Christianity is perceived as being more and more irrelevant, young people can challenge the status quo, own the cause of the Kingdom of God, and be ministers in their own right.
 
collideoct16The youth ministry at Holy Trinity Richmond is called ‘Collide’, and it’s much more than just a youth group. It’s a collective of young people with a mission, to see their spheres transformed and to influence their friends, schools and community with the Gospel. We believe that God loves us to bits and we just can’t keep it to ourselves. He has given us a mission to bring his Love into every situation, and we take it seriously. We want every young person in our Borough to have an opportunity to hear the Gospel and respond, and nothing is going to stop us from achieving it. Collide works with two age groups, which are:
 
questoct16Our group of Year 7-9s are called Quest, and they are big on fun. We have several opportunities to hang out together, and if you are in these year groups, we would absolutely love it if you joined us! We meet most Sunday mornings during church for our group study, but we also meet every fortnight for Collide Afterparty, which always happens on a Wednesday evening from 6.30pm to 8pm. We also do loads of other stuff, including trips out and time away together, so make sure you download the latest term card to not miss out!
 
dwelloct16Our Year 10-13s are called Dwell, and they are a bit more chilled than their younger counterparts, but we still get up to ridiculous stuff! We love to spend time together as a group, but are also into grabbing coffee one on one, so if you wanna hang out, just let us know! Our main times together every week are at the Dwell Coffee Shop, which happens every Wednesday during term time, straight after school and is an amazing quality coffee venue just for teenagers. Come along, joing us for chats, good coffee, wifi, or even just a space to get on with some coursework (maybe?). We also meet together for worship at The 630 which is a Service specifically aimed for teenagers and young adults, every Sunday at … well … 6.30pm! We do loads more, so make sure you have the latest term card!
 
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