Harvest Day: Living Your Faith

Harvest Day: Living Your Faith

Trinity’s United Women in Faith invite you to a service of celebration and sharing our bounty.  Our offering recipients will be the Trinity food pantries – Belmont, Welborne, and Sherbourne.

Theme: Living Your Faith

Speaker: The Reverend Brian Siegle

The service will be followed by a luncheon in Trinity Hall.  Bring your specialty-covered dish or dessert to share.  The Trinity Hall kitchen will be open at 9:30 for food drop-off. The Trinity Men will take care of it from there.

If you cannot attend in person, you can view the service via Livestream.

Conserve and Create

Conserve and Create

The Friends of Bellemeade Park will be hosting a Conserve and Create workday in Bellemeade Park.  We will be targeting the removal of invasive plants, other gardening activities, riparian/stream side restoration, pruning, mulching, and general cleanup near the Bellemeade Community Center (adjacent to Oak Grove/Bellemeade Elementary School).

Message from Bob:

“Please come and join us and meet your neighbors!!!”

Be advised that there is poison ivy in the woods where invasive plants will be removed.  Long sleeves are recommended and proper handling of the clothes you wear is important so the oil doesn’t touch someone’s skin.  While we’re not trying to get rid of poison ivy (the berries are nutritious for some birds), it’s growing among the invasive Japanese honeysuckle & English ivy.

Ticks may be out — use repellent and check yourself thoroughly when you get home.

Please bring:
Refillable water bottle (full)
Work gloves
Clothing appropriate for this activity (layers are recommended so you can add/remove layers to maintain comfort)

Note on COVID 19:
Planning for this event will have to remain flexible to ensure compliance with current COVID-19 restrictions.  

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Blessing of the Animals

Blessing of the Animals

Join us at the Veterans Memorial Garden (the one with the flagpole on Forest Avenue) at 2:30 PM for all animals.

All animals:

· Need to be healthy and up-to-date with shots.

· In a carrier or on a leash with adult supervision

· Be very sociable and safe around other animals (If your pet is too shy, too aggressive, or just too difficult to transport, please just bring a photo to be blessed.)

Contact Harriet Thomas or Hung Su, if you have any questions. See you there!

Dillard Forum 2022

Dillard Forum 2022

The 2022 Dillard Forum is excited to bring Dr. Norbert Wilson to Trinity November 6-7, 2022. This Forum will focus on food issues in our country and will address equity in access to food, food waste, and the ramifications of our choices in what we eat.
Dr. Wilson is the Professor of Food, Economics, and Community at Duke Divinity School and is an ordained vocational deacon in the Episcopal Church USA. With several degrees in agricultural economics, he has spent his career involved in food policy with the underlying premise that food is a basic human right. Mark your calendars now for this important event!

Who Do You Say That I Am

Who Do You Say That I Am

Tuesday October 11, 2022.

The Rev. Brian Siegle will discuss who we are as United Women in Faith and United Methodists as we set about building our community of faith.

Meet in person at Trinity in room 324 at 10am or join us on Zoom.

Pumpkin Palooza and Fall Festival

Pumpkin Palooza and Fall Festival

We are so excited to announce that we will be hosting a Pumpkin Palooza and Fall Festival on Sunday, October 23rd from 3-5 pm!!  This is a great event to invite your neighbors and friends to attend with you!!  We will have a bouncy house, corn maze inflatable, gaga ball, corn hole, pumpkin decorating, and pumpkin games!

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