A full church. Two preachers, a band, pianist and organist united in a grand cacophany.
Choir sang two harvest hymns for choir and piano.
Harvest gifts were delivered to the Food Bank with 24 hours.
Many are called to the feast
Within minutes the empty chairs above were filled with hungry people
Four cooks prepare five loaves and a couple of fish.
The long corridor is brightened by a series of pictures displayed on the wall.
This is a carpenter's bench hand made for International House many years ago and now gifted to Trinity to remind us Jesus was once a carpenter. Not many people who venture upstairs to the hall even give it a second glance - but that's what it is.
The 2014 Christingle service showing the east window artificially illuminated from the outside.
We collaberated with Eden Church who meet in our upper hall. Together we managed to fill a van which is now starting its journey to the central hub. Within hours the boxes will be shipped abroad.
This van load was a combination of Eden's, Cogan Primary school,Ysgol Pwll Coch and Trinity's contributions.
The volunteers were working in the shoebox warehouse the previous week (evenings) and for two further weeks to desptach the loads.
Two stowaways were dressed as Father Christmas.
Like many other churches we all combine to fill shoeboxes with gifts for less fortunate children in other countries. These are some of the 220 boxed gifts sent this Christmas.