Trinity United Methodist Church is seeking a part-time Financial Administrator. The role will require 15-20 hours over the course of 3-5 days per week. The ideal candidate is an experienced bookkeeper with proficiency in ACS (accounting software) and QuickBooks. Experience with non-profit and church accounting is preferred. This position requires attention to detail and a high level of discretion about staff and congregation confidentiality. Compensation is $20-30 per hour, depending on experience. Benefits are not included. Specific job responsibilities are described below:
SWAG 2023! Summer Worship and Games for Trinity Youth!
July 31-Aug 3 6:00-9:00 PM
What is SWAG (Summer Worship and Games)?
SWAG is an awesome time of fun, fellowship and a time of worship for our middle and high school youth. At SWAG we break into four teams for the week and have fun competing in games as our old youth act as counselors and welcome our younger youth into this fun awesome event.
We have a ton of fun sometimes playing in water, having a mystery night and we’ve been known to have a night of messy games.
Want to help make SWAG happen by contributing items or funds?
Trinity Middle and High School Youth are serving for a special week of local mission here in Richmond July 10-14!
What to expect: We’ll be serving at Trinity’s Kid Camp in the morning and then headed to various service sites in the afternoons also while enjoying some fun evening activities and a time of discipleship!
Monday 8:30 AM- 4:30 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM- 9:00 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM – overnight at the PACE Center
Friday until 1:00PM (after Kidscamp clean up)
Early-bird before June 4: $60 Cost after June 4: $70 Registration Deadline: July 1
Holy Week Stones is a family devotional/activity kit that your family can use during Holy Week or any time during the Lent season. This kit includes 8 devotions for you to use each day of Holy Week. Each devotion also includes a painted stone activity for you to complete.
How does this kit work? On each day, read the devotion for the day, discuss, and then paint and set out the corresponding stone. You can display the stones on your dinner table, fireplace, or even outside by the mailbox. These stones will serve as reminders of the last week of Jesus’ life on earth.