Welcome to Trinity
Our Ministry Continues
Trinity has been part of the West End community in Richmond since 1790. We are a dynamic family of faith focused on Jesus Christ and engaging in our community in a variety of ways.
Right now things look different, but our ministry continues. In uncertain times like this our faith is certain. Together while apart we continue to worship online, to gather in groups virtually, and to serve our community.
Right now we worship together in one service online Sundays at 11 AM. In normal times we have multiple services in traditional and modern styles.
In this COVID-19 crisis, we are very committed to caring for and protecting our community. We care for others by collecting food, making masks, and more.
During these times, your gifts help us support our church and our community. We are grateful for your generosity. Learn more about giving to Trinity.
Register for Outdoor WorshipSundays at 9:00 AM beginning April 18
Registration f0r outdoor worship will open at NOON on the Sunday prior.
As we continue to worship together online during the time of COVID-19, we want to incorporate more of Trinity’s faces and voices into our worship services. We will be sending requests for Scripture readers and more over the coming weeks. Here is our Video Request Box so that you can easily submit those and we can prepare them for worship.
If you are interested in offering a Scripture reading, a prayer, or a musical number of some sort, please send an email to email@example.com and we will be in touch.
News and Information
Save the date: March 14 from 3 - 4 pm Trinity invites you to “Share the Love” at a drive-thru event on March 14. The season of Lent calls us to a time of self-examination and repentance as we remember what God has done for us, who we are, and what we are called to...
“Almighty God, Father of our Lord Jesus Christ,maker of all things, judge of all people:We acknowledge and bewail our manifold sins and wickedness, we from time to time most grievously have committed,by thought, word, and deed, against thy divine majesty.We do...
Maundy Thursday, April 1 at 7:00 PM online. On Holy Thursday, we remember the supper Jesus shared with his disciples before his crucifixion, when Jesus washed the disciples' feet and instituted the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Footwashing is a powerful symbolic...
Lent is a season of 40 days (not counting Sundays) leading up to Easter. It’s a time when Christians take time to grow in faith, pay more attention to God, and get ourselves ready to tell the sacred story of the death and resurrection of Jesus. In order to help us...
On Sunday, January 17 Brad Booker announced the launch of our 2021 Stewardship Campaign, “Arise, Shine.” The theme references Isaiah 60:1. This prophetic proclamation assured the returning exiles of Judah that God was indeed with them. Though the work ahead of them to...
It occurred to me recently that some of you might feel that the church is constantly asking you for money. The reason for that is because the church actually is constantly asking you for money. Consider: Trinity just raised over $33,000 for United Methodist Family...
The Trinity Foundation is pleased to announce that it will offer scholarships again this year to Trinity members for undergraduate and graduate studies. These scholarships are made possible because Trinity families and friends have established scholarship funds...
Trinity: YOU DID IT! Together we raised $21,195 to help feed our hungry neighbors. THANK YOU to all who donated to the Samson Project!!Pastor Larry has kept his part of the deal and his hair has been cut! Tune in to Sunday's worship service for the big reveal. How...
Bob Argabright is collecting used clothing for children. Age is from infant to high school, boys and girls, and this also includes gently used shoes.These items will benefit children in the OakGrove-Bellemeade community in Richmond.Please do not donate clothing that...
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When We Return
While we don’t know exactly when we will be able to once again gather in person, we know that this season is not forever. We look forward to the day when we can once again gather in person for worship, small groups, and more.