Let's BE CHurch Together WHile APart
March 17, 2020
Responding to the recommendation of the CDC and the White
House that there should not be any gatherings of more than 10 people, Bishop
Lewis (Va. UMC) has directed that there be
no in-person worship through Sunday, March 29. However, this does not mean that
we cannot experience worship. Trinity Church has scheduled the following
All of these services will be available for later viewing on
the above platforms. No account is needed to access our Facebook page or Youtube channel. As much as we can,
these services will also be available for later viewing on our website’s sermon page.
A way to continue your financial support during these uncertain and shaky times can be done through our Trinity app and through our secure giving page. Our app also includes all
of our current information and Youtube feed in one convenient place.
As we continue to find new and innovative ways to be church together
during this period of socialdistancing, please help us wish our
oldest-living member a happy 99th birthday on April 1. Eunice Shadle
is living in Maryland and misses her church family. Please consider sending a
card or note:
Rosemont Ave # 113
You may continue to send your prayer requests to us through
the secure form on our website.
you have other ideas for being church together while apart, please let us know.
If you need to speak with any of the pastors, please reach
out to them:
Jim Sprouse, email@example.com
Keith Lee, firstname.lastname@example.org
Eileen Gilmer, email@example.com
If you feel you need a face-to-face meeting with one of
them, that can also be arranged in-person, by FaceTime or through Zoom.