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THE DILLARD FORUM PRESENTS:
Healing Richmond’s Unhealed History
October 11-13, 2020
Featuring The Rev. Benjamin P. Campbell
Pastoral Associate at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Author of Richmond’s Unhealed History
Each session of the 2020 Dillard Forum will be livestreamed. There will be no in-person element this year.
Our Ministry Continues
Trinity has been part of the West End community in Richmond since 1790. We are a dynamic family of faith focused on Jesus Christ and engaging in our community in a variety of ways.
Right now things look different, but our ministry continues. In uncertain times like this our faith is certain. Together while apart we continue to worship online, to gather in groups virtually, and to serve our community.
Right now we worship together in one service online Sundays at 11 AM. In normal times we have multiple services in traditional and modern styles.
In this COVID-19 crisis, we are very committed to caring for and protecting our community. We care for others by collecting food, making masks, and more.
During these times, your gifts help us support our church and our community. We are grateful for your generosity. Learn more about giving to Trinity.
As we continue to worship together online during the time of COVID-19, we want to incorporate more of Trinity’s faces and voices into our worship services. We will be sending requests for Scripture readers and more over the coming weeks. Here is our Video Request Box so that you can easily submit those and we can prepare them for worship.
If you are interested in offering a Scripture reading, a prayer, or a musical number of some sort, please send an email to email@example.com and we will be in touch.
News and Information
The Dillard Monday Study Group will study Prophets in the Old Testament written by Trinity’s own Dr. Jim McCullough. The study will start on September 14 at 7:00 PM via Zoom. Contact Dianne Moore to get more information and to get the Zoom Link. Sessions run from...
A pandemic certainly changes things that we usually do. The ways of celebration look different this year. However, it is always a joy and a blessing to welcome new members. Trinity joyfully welcomes four-family units that consist of seven transferring members and four...
Holy Communion will be offered once a month starting on September 13. We will be using approved prepackaged communion elements. The sacrament will be celebrated by the pastor during the livestream worship service. At the conclusion of the service, livestream...
Join us in creating an Outdoor Learning Campus for our community families.Volunteer Dates:September 12, October 17, & November 149:00 AM - 12:00 PMSign up for each volunteer opportunity via HandsOn Greater RichmondWe are restricting the number of volunteers onsite...
An Introduction to the Hebrew Bible Have you struggled to understand the Old Testament? The Old Testament can often be confusing, hard tounderstand, and uninteresting. This class will seek to introduce a basic understanding of the literature,history, social setting,...
Progress on the Mastin Room renovation is on schedule. All demolition has been completed. Subcontractors have been in the room completing initial steps related to electrical, plumbing, and HVAC. Structural work related to walls, windows, and the ceiling is also taking...
Dear Friends, Here’s the latest news here at Trinity: Holy Communion. We will begin celebrating the Sacrament of Holy Communion on September 13. No, that isn’t the first Sunday of the month, but it is our traditional Fall Kickoff so it seemed appropriate. Briefly, how...
Study 1 & 2 Kings with the McClure Bible Study Class Starting October 4 the McClure Bible Study Class will be studying the books of Kings. Class will be each Sunday at 9:30 AM. All are welcome to join us via Zoom. Contact Lou Cei at firstname.lastname@example.org to beprovided...
Join Deanna McCullough and friends this fall to study "Fierce" by Jennifer Cowart. "Fierce"focuses on lesser-known women of the Bible (both Old and New Testament characters) who werefierce in their courage and determination, and who often changed the course of...
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When We Return
While we don’t know exactly when we will be able to once again gather in person, we know that this season is not forever. We look forward to the day when we can once again gather in person for worship, small groups, and more.