Young at Heart is Trinity’s senior adult ministry.
Join your fellow senior adults for monthly activities and events. Contact Judy Oguich for more information. (804) 288-6057 ext. 206 email@example.com
Upcoming Young at Heart Events
Thursday, May 16 – Dinner at Tanglewood Ordinary, 6 PM
Come join us at our favorite Richmond eatery! To ride the church van, meet behind Trinity at 5 PM, or feel free to meet us there at 5:55 PM. Registration will be Sunday, May 5 and May 12 in Connection Alley. Payment is due at registration, price is $28, all inclusive (meal, dessert, beverage and gratuity).
Wednesday, June 12 – Day trip to the American Revolution Museum in Yorktown – 9 AM – 4:30 PM
Come join us as we travel to Yorktown to visit the American Revolution Museum. Cost of admission is $15. Lunch is on your own – either there at the café, or feel free to bring your own. We plan to leave there at 2:30 PM. Registration will be Sunday, June 2 and Sunday, June 9 in Connection Alley to help us plan transportation.
Save the Date – Coming in August!
Wednesday, August 28 – 9:45 AM – 5:30 PM. – We will return to the Riverside Theater in Fredericksburg to see the matinee performance of “South Pacific”. Cost is $65, all inclusive (musical, lunch, beverage, dessert, tax and transportation). Registration will take place in July.
All are welcome to join us for these events – Trinity members and friends of Trinity members!
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 Terri Royster and Nancy Kindervater, 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!).
Our events are open to everyone! Come join us – and bring a friend! Learn More