Young at Heart is Trinity’s senior adult ministry.
Join your fellow senior adults for monthly activities and events. Contact Judy Oguich for more information. (804) 288-6057 ext. 206 firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming Young at Heart Events
Come and learn about EXACTLY AS YOU ARE: The LIFE and FAITH of MISTER ROGERS by Shea Tuttle on Thursday, November 21, 2019 from 2:00-3:30 PM in Trinity Hall.
Shea Tuttle and her husband Drew Willson, Trinity’s former associate pastor, live in Richmond with their two children. Her book will be available for purchase ($20) and signing following this program.
According to Amazon’s review, “In Exactly as You Are, Shea Tuttle looks at Fred Rogers’s life, the people and places that made him who he was, and his work through Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. She pays particular attention to his faith-because Fred Rogers was a deeply spiritual person, ordained by his church with a one-of-a-kind charge: to minister to children and families through television.”
Thursday, November 21 – 2- 3:30 PM
Exactly as You Are with Shea Tuttle. See information about this here.
Save the Dates:
Thursday, December 5 – 2-3:30 PM
Come share in our Christmas program, with the choral group from Tuckahoe Middle School providing the entertainment. In addition, several agencies will be in attendance to share information particular to seniors. Refreshments will be provided. All are welcome!
Thursday, January 23 – 2-3:30 PM
We will host “Grandeur in the Gilded Age” by the staff of Maymont. Come and bring a friend as we journey through history to see what people wore. Refreshments provided.
What began as a suggestion at a Town Hall meeting has become a significant ministry in the life of Trinity. The design team for Young at Heart, headed by Terri Royster and Nancy Kindervater, meets monthly to plan each month’s programs and events. One of the first goals of the Young at Heart Ministry was to offer events where people can get to know each other. That goal has been accomplished as we have traveled together, enjoyed meals together and have shared our personal interests and travels. Perhaps our most meaningful program was meeting with the youth of our church in October for a session on “Teen Taught Technology”. Our techno-savvy teens helped our seniors with their cell phone, iPad and computer questions. We enjoyed a pizza supper together afterwards.
We have also enjoyed a musical presentation by the Show Choir from Douglas Freeman High School, we have watched “War Room” and “Fireproof” on the big screen in Trinity Hall and we have traveled to Michie Tavern and to Tanglewood Ordinary (twice!).
Our events are open to everyone! Come join us – and bring a friend! Learn More