We appreciate your patience with us during the pandemic. While progress is being made, we still have health protocols in place from the Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church. Our Healthy Church Team continues to assess a gradual push toward reopening. Wearing a mask, social distancing, and hand sanitation are required while on church grounds.
With mask-wearing and social distancing, the Healthy Church Team has approved the following outdoor activities with limited capacity and pre-registration required: one outdoor Sunday worship service, kids and student activities, scouting, and meetings of local nonprofits related to health.
We believe that there is a place for everyone here at Trinity. Wherever you are in your journey of life or faith, the Students Ministry at Trinity will always be a welcoming place for you to feel loved, encouraged, and empowered to live an abundant life we are called into by Jesus. A place at the table with Jesus is always set for you, and we will continue to create a safe place for you to explore who Jesus is or for you to dive deeper into a relationship with him.
Students here at Trinity experience God through worshiping together, growing in our faith with each other, living in community with those around us, and serving the world. Our weekly gatherings consist of worship on Sunday morning at 8:15, 9:30 or 11:00 am, and our Sunday grow night from 5:00-7:00 pm. Every month we have a series of different events like; small group meetings, retreats, lock-ins, bible studies, pastoral led classes, confirmation, and much more.
Trinity also reaches out to its community and helps build relationships by helping each other. We have monthly trips out to our partners like; Oak Grove–Bellemeade neighborhood and elementary school, Sherbourne UMC Food Pantry, the Tuckahoe area schools, UMFS, Shalom Farms, and CARITAS, and many others. We also offer week-long service experiences here in Richmond, and around the United States.