News and Upcoming Events

Trinity's Good News Daily ("the blue thing") can be found here.
Readings for Janaury 17, can be found here.


The 9:00AM Wednesday Morning Prayer service is taking a break. Please join us for Morning Prayer at 6:30AM on weekdays, beginning Tuesday, January 19th, live on Trinity's Facebook page.


Love Guide Us - Six Days of Prayer as We Approach the Presidential Inauguration -January 15-20, 2021- Recent days have been difficult, and many are anxious in these days leading up to the transition between Presidential administrations. Please join us as we pray for our nation, for each other and for ourselves. May we follow the wisdom found in I Corinthians 13 and be guided by the transforming power of love in the coming days. You will find the prayers here.


Registering for the COVID-19 Vaccine - The Health Ministry Committee encourages parishioners to register as soon as they become eligible. Right now you must be at least 75 years old or meet one of the other requirements. If you are a little technically challenged and need some help signing up online, please call Brenda Chase and she or another member of the committee will assist you with the process. More informaiton can be found in our newsletter.


Anti-Racism Training via Zoom - On Super Bowl Sunday, Trinity will be offering some “super” training. Our first training on anti-racism is scheduled for February 7th at 2PM. We are blessed to have Aisha Huertas, the Diocese of Virginia (DoV) Minister for Missional Engagement, to facilitate “Learning to be Anti-Racist – Practical and Behavioral Approaches.” Her duties include assisting with racial reconciliation and dialogue training, as well as Beloved Community. The training will last approximately 60 minutes; it will be followed by a time for questions and answers. All Trinitarians are encouraged to participate in this significant step in our efforts to dismantle racism. To register, send your name and email address no later than Sunday, January 31st, to Jean Hunt. You will be provided the Zoom link via email.

Offering Envelopes - There are still 29 boxes in the church entryway (Narthex). PLEASE stop by the church and pick up your offering envelopes. We will not be mailing them. Denise will be in the office on Wednesdays from 9AM to 2PM. Please give her a call before you stop by - (540) 373-2996. Questions about your envelopes? Contact Val Folden.


The new Forward Day by Day for February/March/April is here! You may pick up your copy from the box outside the Ida Beck doors anytime! Please let us know if you take the last copy. There are plenty to go around!


Coffee Hour will continue this Sunday at 9:00 am. Information was sent in the newsletter.


Online Sunday School this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for a 40 to 50-minute Sunday school lesson on Zoom.


Would you like to help Micah's "Love Your Neighbor" campaign"? Click here or go to Twitter #loveyourneighbor for more details.


Need an Online Bible Study? The Good Book Club picks up again on January 1 through Shrove Tuesday, February 16, with the Gospel of Mark. Since Mark is the gospel appointed for this lectionary year, you’ll have a chance to dive deep into the scripture through the Good Book Club and then spend time with Mark throughout 2021! We know you have a lot going on, so we wanted to make this year’s Good Book Club accessible and easy to participate. Along with partners from across the Episcopal Church, the Good Book Club offers daily podcasts of the readings and reflections, online book studies (live classes and pre-recorded), weekly preview emails, and different ways to participate via social media. Visit our resources page to learn more and sign up for classes.


"Time To Begin Reconciliation", a Meditation for the Second Sunday after the Epiphany, by Bishop Porter Taylor, can be found here.

Please give to the Bishop's Appeal To Help COVID-Relief Ministries - Your gift to the Bishop’s Appeal will help feed those who are hungry, without shelter, and provide access to other basic needs in communities of the Diocese of Virginia affected by the crisis. Through the generosity of the Jessie Ball duPont Fund all online donations up to $25,000 will be matched so your gift to help is doubled. Encourage friends, family and fellow parishioners to join you. Share on social media what our mission means to you. Use the special hashtag #OneTogether so we can harness the power of social media and connection to help share your story!
All the Ways to Give
-Online: Make double the impact and help us meet our $25,000 match through your gift @
-Mail: Send your check to Bishop’s Appeal, PO Box 27426, Richmond, VA 23261
-Text: Text DIOVA APPEAL to 73256 to give to the DOV Appeal fund [Bishop’s Appeal] using your text messaging. Standard text messaging rates may apply.


"From Many, One: Conversations Across Difference” - Starting January 18 (Martin Luther King Jr. Day), The Episcopal Church launches "From Many, One: Conversations Across Difference,” a campaign urging Episcopalians and our neighbors to engage in the spiritual practice of listening and honest conversation across the many differences that separate us, starting with four simple questions: 
1. What do you love? 
2. What have you lost? 
3. Where does it hurt? 
4. What do you dream? 

Read more:
In Spanish here:

Presiding Bishop Curry’s Word to the Church: Who shall we be? - Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has issued a Word to the Church. Read more: and find it in Spanish here: