Trinity offers the sacrament of Communion (Eucharist) on the first Sunday of every month, every Wednesday at 12:30 PM in the Chapel, and on special Holy days of the Christian Calendar. Communion is open to all regardless of age or church membership.
During Communion, Trinity offers the option of gluten-free bread for those with allergies or special dietary needs.
The United Methodist church baptizes persons of any age. For those who are able to speak for themselves, anyone who repents of his or her sin, and seeks to follow Jesus as Lord and Savior may be baptized. For infants and children who are unable to speak for themselves, at least one parent or other guardian who professes faith in Christ should be present. For infants and young children, the parent(s) take vows on behalf of the child, which vows the child agrees to at his or her confirmation.
For more information on baptisms at Trinity, please email email@example.com.
How do I go about becoming a member of Trinity?
Please contact Hung Su Lim Associate Pastor, if you are interested in joining Trinity, or simply check “Wish to Join” and provide your contact information on the friendship pad in the pew on Sunday morning, and Hung Su will be happy to contact you.
We have a comprehensive music program with age-specific activities. Music opportunities span worship, performance, instruction, and entertainment. Trinity currently has choirs for persons of all ages. In addition, we have bell choirs, chimes, and an instrumental ensemble. Contact our Director of Music, Charles Staples.
For Modern Worship opportunities call the church office. (804)288-6056
Yes. Trinity’s Preschool provides comprehensive programs for children, ages 1 to 5. The Preschool strengthens the family as it helps children grow mentally, emotionally, physically, socially, and spiritually.
For more information, click here or contact our Preschool Director, Katie Swartz or our Assistant Preschool Director, Mary Jones at 804-288-6058.
What assistance is provided for the physically challenged?
We care about those with handicapping conditions. We provide wireless hearing devices, enlarged copies of the worship bulletin, and large-print Bibles. The entire building is equipped to provide access for wheelchairs. We also have a special phone number available for homebound members to use on Sunday morning in order to hear our worship service.
Our building can be a bit confusing. We have a building map here that can help you find your way.