Welcome to Trinity
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.
Register for Outdoor WorshipSundays at 9:00 AM beginning April 18
Registration f0r outdoor worship will open at NOON on the Sunday prior.
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
Trinity's Kids Ministry will be having their first outdoor, parking lot party on Sunday, April 18 from 4-5 PM. This is a family event and will be a great opportunity for Trinity Kids and families to connect and have some fun! Our theme for April will be Chalk Art....
Easter Season Sermon Series: “I John - The Power of Love” During the Easter Session Pastors Larry and Hung Su will offer a sermon series using lectionary readings from the Epistle of I John. I John teaches us that the Resurrection had changed the way we live in the...
The Contemporary Class will be hosting a virtual presentation by Dr. Robert Winn, Director of the Massey Cancer Center, entitled "Cancer Care in the 21st Century”. This will be a Zoom session on Sunday, April 18, from 9:30-10:30am. Robert Winn, M.D. Robert Winn, M.D.,...
Lenten Easter Mission Offering: The God of Hope Perhaps you have seen the movie 1917. Set in World War I, a scene near the end of the acclaimed film caught my attention. Colonel Mackenzie makes the following comment: “I hoped today might be a good day. Hope is a...
“‘Are you the only stranger in Jerusalem who does not know the things that have taken place there in these days?’ He asked them, ‘What things?’ They replied, ‘The things about Jesus of Nazareth, who was a prophet mighty in deed and word before God and all people, and...
My heart was broken by the recent tragic violence that took six innocent lives in Atlanta, GA. There is no way to justify any forms of violence against people based on their colors and ethnicities. It is not only anti-cultural and anti-ethnic but also anti-human. Our...
Earth Day – April 22Trinity’s Creation Care Committee invites you to get involved in taking care of God’s Earth.What we eat, where it comes from and how it is produced contribute to our ‘foodprint’ – our food’s impact on the environment. Even simple changes can lead...
Mark your calendar for Monday, May 24, we are partnering with the American Red Cross Blood Services to do a Blood Drive. It will take place in Trinity Hall from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM, please be sure to enter through the double doors of Trinity Hall (at the back of the...
Would you like to share your passion for gardening? Please come and share your passion with the youth in the Bellemeade Outdoor Club. We are creating a youth vegetable garden with berry bushes; fruit trees and we also have a bee hive. We are building 30 raised beds,...
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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.