News and Upcoming Events

Trinity's Good News Daily ("the blue thing") can be found here.

There WILL be Church on the Lawn this Sunday, May 2nd, 10:30 am! You must register to attend. Registration allows us to know how many people are attending and provides a record for contact tracing. Register using this link: Please plan to arrive at check-in at least 15 minutes early so the ushers can seat you. If your mobility needs require extra time, please be at check-in by 20 minutes early. Please bring your own lawn chair. If you need assistance with your chair, there will be people able to assist you. You will be sitting with people in your own “germ bubble”, and spaced six feet apart from others. Masks will be required. You might want to bring a hat, sunscreen, or a blanket since we will be outdoors. You will also need to print the bulletin or bring your phone or tablet to follow along. If we need to cancel because of cold temperatures or precipitation, we will notify you via email and will post a notice on Facebook by 6:00 am.


Lector (Lay Reader) Training is this Saturday, May 1st, 9:00 am in the Nave for all those that have read in the past or would like to read during the worship service.


Usher Training is this Saturday, May 1st, 10:00 am in the Nave.


The Trinity Chapter of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew (BStA) and the Sisters of St. Jane Chapter, Daughters of the King have been encouraged by their respective national offices to collaborate on May 6th as a National Day of Prayer. The Director of the Trinity Chapter, BStA, and the President of the Sisters of St. Jane Chapter are encouraging all Trinitarians to pray individually at 12:00 Noon on May 6th.


Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM) is a period for the duration of month of May for recognizing the contributions and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States. During APAHM, communities celebrate the achievements and contributions of Asian and Pacific Americans with community festivals, government-sponsored activities, and educational activities for students. 

Some notable Asian/Pacific Americans are listed below.
1.  Allan Feliciano. Allan is of Pacific Islander descent. He is a Trinity parishioner who served his country honorably as a U.S. Navy Commander until retiring several years ago and then continuing his career with a Navy contractor. Allan and his wife, Holly, reside in Stafford County along with their two children, Collin and Ellen.

2.  U.S. Representative Marilyn Strickland. Congressman Strickland proudly represents Washington State’s 10th Congressional District. Born in Seoul, South Korea, Strickland is the first African-American to represent Washington State at the federal level and the first Korean-American woman elected to Congress in its 230-year history. 

For a full list of Asian/Pacific Americans click here.


There will be a Trinity Yard Clean-Up on May 22 from 9:00 am until 12:00 Noon. Join us with tools and gloves, and enjoy fresh air and friendship! Thanks! Questions? Contact Bruce Adkins.


The PYM weekend committee has planned a spring weekend for youth in grades 4 – 8 ?on Saturday, May 8th. They will be offering an online Popup event for 4th – 8th graders. Students can join the PYM Committee online for songs, games, speakers, workshops, and worship. Sam Burton will post the sign-up link as soon as it comes out. If you are interested in participating, contact Sam Burton.


Altar Flowers, Sanctuary, Outreach Food - We have Altar Flowers and a Sanctuary candle during our recorded services in the church. Would you like to donate the flowers or candle in memory of someone or in thanksgiving for someone? The Altar Flowers are $40.00 and the Sanctuary Candle is $5.00 per Sunday. Outreach is once again giving away food on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday- If you would like to donate to Outreach's purchase of food at the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank, the cost is $35.00 for half truck of food or $70.00 for a whole truck of food. You may send a check made out to Trinity with your donation request on a sheet of paper for any of the above. We will remember your donation in a future bulletin.


Amirah Ahmed, of Fredericksburg Muslim Youth, the local Muslim youth group, is looking to begin a Youth Interfaith Committee for the Fredericksburg faith community that will allow youth from all faiths to grow an interfaith community to facilitate important discussions for unity. Panel events, monthly meetings, and programs will be held virtually until it is safe to meet in person. The goal is to uplift youth of faith and to help youth better understand their differences and similarities. Parents, if your youth is interested in being Trinity’s representative to the Youth Interfaith Committee, please have them contact Sam Burton at for an application. A representative and an alternate will be chosen from those Trinity youth who apply.