Young at Heart is Trinity’s new senior adult ministry.
Join your fellow senior adults for monthly activities and events. Contact Judy Oguich for more information. (804) 288-6057 ext. 206 firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming Young at Heart Events
Join Young at Heart for a trip to Swift Creek Mill Theater on Wednesday, June 14! We will see a matinee performance of “Cash on Delivery”. The cost of lunch and play ticket (all-inclusive) is $47; checks made payable to Trinity UMC. Registration begins Sunday, May 21 in Connection Alley. Deadline for registration is Tuesday, May 30. We will leave Trinity at 11:45 a.m. and return around 5 p.m. “Cash on Delivery” follows a con artist who has duped the British welfare authorities for years by claiming a houseful of dependents who don’t exist. He’s sent scrambling when investigators show up and force him to prove that all of his boarders are, in fact, real. A comedy full of mistaken identities, slamming doors, and a con game that sprials out of control! All are welcome! Contact Judy Oguich for any questions.
Join us as we hit the road to visit Ashlawn- Highland, the home of James Monroe!
Wednesday, May 24, 9:45 AM – 4 PM Tour and box lunch: $25
Reservations will be taken on Sunday, May 7 and Sunday, May 14 in the Connection Alley in the Welcome Center, or by contacting Rev. Judy Oguich by Monday, May 17. All are welcome!
Mark your calendars:
- Wednesday, June 14 – trip to Swift Creek Mill Playhouse to see “Cash on Delivery” (Deadline: May 30)
- July Program: TBD
- Thursday, August 17 – dinner at Tanglewood Ordinary
Planning Meetings for Young at Heart Events:
- April 19
- May 17
- June 7
- July 12
Meetings are at 4:30 PM in the Mastin Room. All are welcome!
What began as a suggestion at a Town Hall meeting has become a significant ministry in the life of Trinity. The design team for Young at Heart, headed by Wayne Bullis, meets monthly to plan each month’s programs and events. One of the first goals of the Young at Heart Ministry was to offer events where people can get to know each other. That goal has been accomplished as we have traveled together, enjoyed meals together and have shared our personal interests and travels. Perhaps our most meaningful program was meeting with the youth of our church in October for a session on “Teen Taught Technology”. Our techno-savvy teens helped our seniors with their cell phone, iPad and computer questions. We enjoyed a pizza supper together afterwards.
We have also enjoyed a musical presentation by the Show Choir from Douglas Freeman High School, we have watched “War Room” and “Fireproof” on the big screen in Trinity Hall and we have traveled to Michie Tavern and to Tanglewood Ordinary (twice!).
Upcoming events include a program on Richmond’s monuments (Thursday, March 23, 2 p.m.), a day trip to Gordonsville, Virginia (Thursday, April 27) and a return trip to watch live theater this summer.
Our events are open to everyone! Come join us – and bring a friend! Learn More