HTB - Holy Trinity Church, Brompton

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HTB - Holy Trinity Church, Brompton

We are a vibrant Anglican church in the heart of London, with a vision to play our part in the re-evangelisation of the nations and the transformation of society. Feel free to join us at one of our 10 sunday services. If you would like to explore the meaning of life in an informal environment, we would love to invite you to join the next Alpha course. During the week we meet on a fortnightly basis in small group gatherings of between 25–35 people. Such pastorates usually take place at church or in the home of one of the pastorate leaders, for food, teaching, worship, prayer and friendship. If you are interested in getting more involved with any aspect of the church's work, there are many teams to choose from. For anything else, please contact us.

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Apr 30 2017, 12:30

Stephen Foster examines two leadership lessons from the life of Moses; investing our failures and laying down our success in order to move forward with God.


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May 07 2017, 18:00

'Know your identity. You are not a slave, you're a son of God. You're a daughter of God.'

Toby Flint looks at the Story of the Prodigal Son in Luke 15, inviting us to know our identity, use our authority and join in the party.


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May 07 2017, 19:30

'You are a child of God. You're loved. Motivated by love, the Father runs to the Son. Motivated by love, Jesus runs to you.'

Emily Layzell looks at the Lost Son in Luke 15, digging into its context and history to bring the story to life.


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May 14 2017, 10:30

'It's so important to know how to take risks in life. We don't want to live our entire lives in the comfort zone. But how do you know which are the right risks to take?'

Stephen Foster looks at Luke 7, exploring a lesson of faith in the actions of a woman prepared to take a risk to meet Jesus.


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May 21 2017, 10:30

Nicky Gumbel explores Moses as the first part of our series on Old Testament Characters. 


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May 28 2017, 12:30

'God is a God of the outwards perspective. If He has 99 sheep safe in the fold, He looks outwards to see who isn’t there.'

Miriam Swaffield looks at The Parable of the Lost Sheep from Luke 15, and asks how we can be more like Jesus.


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Jun 04 2017, 12:30

'Unconditional love is what this world needs more than anything at this time.'

On Pentecost Sunday, Nicky Gumbel looks at Romans 5.5, exploring the topic of Unconditional Love.


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Jun 18 2017, 12:30

'You need some people in your life you trust enough to wound you from time to time.' 

Stephen Foster continues our series on Old Testament Characters, looking at amazing friendship of Jonathan and David.


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Jun 25 2017, 12:30

'David wasn't focused on the size of his problem. He was focused on the size of his God.'

Nicky Gumbel continues our series on Old Testament Characters, looking at David's encounter with Goliath. What giants are you facing in your life?


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Jul 09 2017, 12:30

'Most of us want our lives to make an impact. We want to make a difference. We don't just want to tread water or go through the motions... But so often what gets in the way of being bold is fear.'

Stephen Foster gives the second talk in our Acts series, exploring how we like the disciples can be bold in the face of fear. 


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Jul 09 2017, 19:30

'The power of God falls upon the disciples in the way that they have never encountered before. They were ruined for anything less.'

Pete Wynter continues our series on Acts, exploring what we can learn from the church community of Acts 2.


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Jul 16 2017, 10:30

'My core story and your core story are joined together in the greatest story ever told - the story of Jesus Christ.'

Ken Costa explores the core story that shapes each of our lives, which when released in worship transforms us and those around us.

 


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Address:
HTB
Brompton Road
London
SW7 1JA

Tel: 0845 644 7533
Fax: 0207 589 3390

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