Wednesday, June 29 – Day trip to Riverside Theater We will see “Nunsense”, starring Sally Struthers (a musical comedy)
- 10:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- $75 all-inclusive
(transportation, lunch, beverage, dessert, tax, tip, and show)
Registration will take place on the following Sundays in Connection Alley: May 22, May 29, and June 5.
You can also register with Judy Oguich during the week.
We have 30 seats reserved, so come –and bring a friend!
Day Trips in the works for 2022:
Carter’s Mountain and lunch at Michie Tavern
Holocaust Museum and lunch
Tour of Maymont Mansion and lunch
The Steering Committee will meet again on May 10 at 3:30 p.m. All are welcome to help us coordinate and plan this ministry!
Wayne Bullis, Chair, and The YAH Steering Committee:
Nancy Owen, Terri Royster, Hildie Bottom, Betty Allen, Ann Jones, Callie Stuart, Dan Nichols, Lola Jean Nichols, Jim Crowder and Judy Oguich
For weather related information and updates, please visit trinityumc.net/weather.
Even though our building is basically closed because of the pandemic, we still must make decisions related to opening and closing based upon winter weather conditions.
The Trinity Preschool will follow closing announcements from Henrico County Public Schools.
Even in this virtual environment, school systems will be making winter weather closing decisions.
For Trinity staff, community groups, and vendors who supply services to Trinity, we will basically follow Henrico County Public Schools closing announcements.
However, there is a slight difference. If everything comes together properly for snow removal, Trinity might be able to reopen quicker. This all depends upon our ability to clear our sidewalks and parking lots. If we can clear these areas and safely get people into the building, then we might be able to reopen a bit earlier than a large school system.
Winter weather could also impact the broadcast of Sunday worship services. This would be true if it is too dangerous to bring in Trinity staff or if we had a power outage.
As in the past, we will communicate closing and schedule adjustments via our website, social media, phone message in the church office, and local news media outlets.
If you have additional questions, please e-mail Bill Pike: firstname.lastname@example.org
WATCH the 2021 Dillard Forum: Theology & Theater.
The arts are important. They captivate and inspire. Our 2021 Dillard Forum will feature Dr. Charles A. Gillespie, Assistant Professor of Catholic Studies at Sacred Heart University, Fairfield CT. With a background in performing arts as well as in theology, Dr. Gillespie is uniquely positioned to offer an engaging and thought-provoking look at both our faith and belief as well as popular expression and art.
Thank you to all who donated to the Oak Grove Apple Angel Tree this year. Our collection has finished for the year.
Trinity is forming a co-ed softball team for this summer. Games will likely begin at the end of May or the beginning of June and continue one night per week through the summer. In the past, games have been played at Quioccasin Middle School on Tuesday nights. This year, the structure of our league is a bit uncertain, so we are waiting to learn the night and location(s). Softball is a great way to connect with other members throughout the church. Make it a family affair and bring the kids to watch you play! If you are interested, contact Paul Brooks at email@example.com.