Trinity members have been teaming up with Central UMC in Manchester for over 15 years! Trinity will provide gifts to needy children and youth this Christmas to share the love of Christ and walk in faith together. Thank you for using this sign-up to participate in our Angel Tree project.
Please return all gifts to the Welcome Center on Sunday, December 19 between 8 AM – 12 noon! Sign up
On Sunday, September 5, Pastor Larry asked us all to “Just Do It” in his sermon on James 2:1-17. You can find the worship service below– use the chapter markers to jump directly to the Scripture (the first dot) and sermon (second dot)!
Below the service video, you will find links to some ways you can take action.
The Tuckahoe YMCA has been quietly working during the pandemic to help our community. Staff from the Tuckahoe YMCA and community partners are looking for volunteers to assist with writing thank you notes to all teachers and staff members who work in two local elementary schools and one middle school. The notecards and talking points to convey in each note will be provided. If your circle, Sunday school class, or small group has an interest in assisting with this project, please contact Bill Pike via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to your financial tithing, and the good work of the Finance Committee and the Trustees, Trinity has an annual contract with a company to maintain our grounds.
However, being good financial stewards, we only contract for certain essential items to be completed each week.
Our grounds take up lots of space, and we have lots of areas that need to be properly maintained beyond the essentials in the contract. If you have your yard properly manicured at home, and you are looking for some more challenges, the Trinity grounds for you will be a good match.
The following areas will need attention during the summer months: Rock Pile Point, Mrs. M’s lot, Veteran’s Memorial Garden, Bicentennial Garden, the 7906 border, Stuart Hall Road green spaces, and assorted beds and borders. If you have an interest in helping to maintain our grounds, please contact Bill Pike via email: email@example.com.
Although All God’s Children Camp will be canceled this summer, we will be reaching out and ministering with our camp families by sending resources and care packages. If you would like to get involved check out the list below.
Care Package List: All packages are due by June 1
Hand size nerf ball of your choice
Activity paper/construction paper
Kids puzzle book/workbook/coloring books
Individual size snacks of your choice-no chocolate candy or peanuts
$25.00 grocery gift card
You or a group of people can put together one or more care packages for our All God’s Children Camp campers. You may also send monetary donations to the address below to help support this ministry. If you live in the Richmond area, contact Lori Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements for delivery. If you live outside the Richmond area, please mail care packages to:
Virginia United Methodist Conference Center All God’s Children Camp 10330 Staples Mill Rd. Glen Allen, VA 23060