Trinity will hold a Community Conversation each month as part of

Life Together: A Year of Celebration

Why Community Conversations? 

Healing is an interesting word. We always hope for proper healing after a surgical procedure for our bodies. But, healing can also be associated with our mental stability and our emotional state too. Clearly, we Americans have had much to ponder over the last several months. Sometimes, healing is as simple as talking and listening.

All communities have an assortment of leaders who help to mold and shape our paths. Some leaders garner headlines frequently, some work quietly behind the scenes. This fall Trinity is introducing a new program designed to invite community leaders to our church for conversation.

We hope you will consider attending these events, and we hope you will consider inviting a friend or neighbor to come along too. All Community Conversation will take place in the Trinity UMC Sanctuary with a 7 PM start time. The last 15 minutes of the program will focus on questions from the audience. Conversations will also be livestreamed right here!

Any questions, please contact Bill Pike:  bpike@trinityumc.net.

Participate in the Community Conversation

Our Community Conversations will take place right here. You can participate by tuning in using the box below (or via YouTube or Vimeo if that is better for you!)
Be sure to use the chat area to join the conversation and offer questions for our Q&A!

VIMEO | YOUTUBE

If your stream freezes or our audio/video get out of sync, simply refresh your browser and that should sync you back up. If you have trouble watching via the embedded player here, you can go directly to our Vimeo page. (Vimeo.com/trinityumcrichmond)
(Be sure to hit the play button there to play the video!

Do you have a Smart TV? If so you may want to use the YouTube app to connect with Trinity. Learn more here: Find Trinity on YouTube. 

The Market@25th

Tuesday, September 14, 2021 at 7:00 PM

 

During the pandemic, Trinity members really gave of their hearts to support local food pantries. Your donations made a significant difference in the lives of individuals and families in our communities.

On Tuesday, September 14 we will have a conversation with Norm Gold, the developer and operator of the Market@25th. This will be an opportunity to learn about grocery stores, food banks, and food deserts in Richmond.

 

Reverend Roscoe Cooper

Fairfield District Representative on the Henrico County School Board and pastor at Rising Mount Zion Baptist Church

Tuesday, October 12, 2021 at 7:00 PM 

 

 

For many years, members from our congregation have served as teachers and administrators in our local school systems and private schools. Education, learning is also a way to promote healing.

 On Tuesday, October 12, Reverend Roscoe Cooper, Fairfield District Representative on the Henrico County School Board and pastor at Rising Mount Zion Baptist Church will be our guest. We will learn about the work of our school board and also learn about Reverend Cooper’s work in the community with his church.

Dr. Danny Avula

Director of the Richmond and Henrico County Health Departments

Tuesday, November 9, 2021 at 7:00 PM
 

No question the pandemic made each of us consider our personal health in addition the health of our families. Like communities around America, Richmond experienced the ups and downs in responding to the COVID-19 virus. Health also provides us multiple opportunities to learn about ourselves and our communities.

On Tuesday, November 9, Dr. Danny Avula, Director of the Richmond and Henrico County Health Departments will be our guest. With Dr. Avula we will learn about the challenges he encountered in leading us during the height of the pandemic.

Nancy Toscano

President and Chief Executive Officer, UMFS

Jill Gaynor

Annual Giving Officer, UMFS

Tuesday, December 14, 2021 at 7:00 PM

 

Over the last few years, Trinity has developed a supportive relationship with United Methodist Family Services (UMFS). UMFS provides a variety of services across the state for children and families. Often the work by UMFS staff is the difference-maker for children.

On Tuesday, December 14, Nancy Toscano, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Jill Gaynor, Annual Giving Officer, will be our guests. This will be an opportunity to learn how our annual Advent offering impacts the lives of children on a daily basis.