Fellowship / Community
Trinity Church offers a variety of activities for members and friends to connect informally. Some of these activities are year round and others occur seasonally. Stop by the Connection Point (our information booth) in Asbury Hall after worship service to learn more about current activities and to sign up, or call the church office for more information on any of the activities.
Fellowship Hour follows worship every Sunday with light refreshments served in Asbury Hall.
Rock of Ages monthly meeting of retirees for lunch and fellowship.
United Methodist Women (The New U) meets monthly from September thru June. Upcoming meetings are September 17, October 15, and November 14. Most meetings are in the Ladies' Parlor beginning at 6 p.m. Contact the church office for details.
Youth Fellowship meets weekly for youth grades 6-12.
Hiking Club—local hikes as well as annual White Mountains overnight hike
Softball Team—Trinity sponsors a team in the church league every summer
Neighborhood Block Party—lunch and games for members and neighborhood residents on the Trinity lawn the second Sunday in September
Family Night Hike in Forest Park—enjoy light meal and Christmas story at the church prior to hiking in Forest Park to leave food gifts for the birds and small animals
Christmas Caroling—join with other members and friends of Trinity to sing carols and visit with our shut-ins
Boar’s Head Festival—our annual Epiphany celebration
Lenten Lunches and Service - lunches served to the community to raise money for missions every Friday during Lent followed by short service in the Chapel
Easter Morning Breakfast - breakfast and fellowship prior to Easter Service
March Madness—basketball and fellowship to raise money for the SPARK! after school program.
Carillon Concerts—concerts and supper on the lawn every Thursday in July
Vacation Bible Camp—half day camp that incorporates Bible stories with fun activities and walks in Forest Park
Movie Night on the Lawn—family friendly movie shown on the lawn for Trinity members and neighborhood residents