Well, the weather guys finally pushed out the rain, and we could not have had a more perfect afternoon for the first Fresh Food Fest on May 24. We want to thank all of our volunteers who helped us with the set up and the cleanup. Additionally, we appreciate our friendly roamers who were around…

Are you, or someone you love, no longer able to get to our church building to participate fully in Trinity’s worship services and programs? If so, the Trinity Visitation Team (TVT) program would like to hear from you! In 2017, two-person teams of Trinity lay visitors made over 157 monthly visits to Trinity’s elderly and…

On the afternoon of Friday, March 16 and the morning of Saturday, March 17, a team from Trinity transformed the lobby and waiting room at the Crossover Clinic. Initiated by Trinity volunteer, Kathy Barksdale, and coordinated with Eleanor Sanchez, Clinic Manager, this fresh coat of paint in aesthetically pleasing colors was a nice improvement for…

On Monday, January 15, (MLK Jr. Day) twelve youth and two adults traveled down to the PACE Center at VCU. The PACE Center is the United Methodist campus ministry located in the middle of campus in downtown Richmond. While we were there we helped to paint the entrance hallway, replace ceiling tiles in the fellowship…

“Gift of Hope” Concert & Partnership with Santa Ana Ceguaca, Honduras: January 6, 2018 On one of the coldest nights of the year, Saturday January 6, church members of all ages and other guests from the community arrived at Trinity and entered a dimly lit sanctuary warmly adorned with the lighted Chrismon tree and Christmas wreaths…

We spend so much time getting ready for Christmas, don’t we? From November through December our lives are a frenzy of pre-Christmas preparations including decorating, purchasing and wrapping gifts, baking, cooking, and more. At church we dive into the season of Advent with the weekly lighting of our Advent wreath, our Advent Devotional book, Advent…

Advent is not about decorations, shopping, wrapping, pictures, parties, stressing, or the receiving of gifts. Advent is about waiting, expecting, observing, praying, hoping, and preparing for the arrival of Christ. In Advent, we remember that God gave himself in Christ to the world. In response, we are called to serve those who need to experience…

Trinity Hall was brimming with excitement on November 17 as people, dressed in their finest 50’s attire, came for the Sock Hop! The DJ music was rockin’ and on the dance floor there were dancers of all ages. Every so often, there were games and contests. Teams were challenged to pass the hula-hoop the fastest…

On Sunday, November 12, the annual Veterans Pancake Breakfast was held. This event sponsored by the Outreach Class was created for three reasons: to recognize our Trinity Veterans, to present a program about military service and experiences, and to use the proceeds from the event for community outreach. Our program this year focused on the…

On Tuesday November 7th, a group of youth met at Trinity at 8 AM on their day of from school to participate in an Election Day of Service at the Sacred Heart Center. This event was inspired by this summer’s Serve RVA. We went back to one of the organizations that we partnered with that…

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