The photo taken by Chrystal Crane
On July 18th, Our episcopal leader Bishop Rev. Peggy Johnson and Vermont District Superintendent Rev. Jill Colley Robinson visited Trinity Church to listen to what happened to the church and see the church's basement. They expressed the words of comfort and promised to support Trinity church in a conference level. Trinity Church appreciates the Bishop's visit and her episcopal leadership.
On July 16th, Trinity Church had a lot of volunteers from many places. We are very grateful to those who came to the church and cleaned the church's basement. A lot of supports from volunteers made Trinity Church feel comforted and blessed.
Thanks all who came to the church and helped on July 16th Sunday!
Photo taken by Brian Snyder, Reuters.
On July 11th, Montpelier area got flooded from rain storms. As a result, the church's basement was also flooded. This flood left significant damages in Montpelier and a few places in Vermont.
Please pray for people and local businesses that affected by the flood. Also, please pray for Trinity UMC Montpelier's recovery.
The Thrift Store will follow the following schedule for the Week of Thanksgiving:
Saturday. November 26. 2022: OPEN 10AM to NOON
December 2022 Hours
The Thrift Store will be open on Saturdays, from 10 AM to NOON with the EXCEPTION of Saturday. December 24th: Following the Christmas Holiday, we will Close for a short while. through January 1, 2023. We will be discussing hours for 2023 at a later date, so please feel free to check back here for further details.
CENTRAL VERMONT HUB KIT PARTY
Saturday, May 21, 9AM to NOON or when finished
Trinity UMC (137 Main Street, Montplelier, VT) Fellowship Hall
Items in need:
We have sufficient supplies of the other normal items.
We have enough supplies to assemble a dozen or so School Kits, except we need 15 packages of loose-leaf paper - 100 - 200 page packets are ok; Wide or college rule are accepted
Items can be delivered during church office hours which are Tuesdays and Fridays from 10:00am to 12:30pm. Donations will also be accepted on Sunday mornings at church.
On May 1, 2022, TUMC joined others in the United Methodist Church to celebrate Native American Ministries Sunday. Here's the video mentioned during Rev. Jill Colley Robinson's sermon, put together by the Conference Committee on Native American Ministry (CONAM).
Watch the video and wear RED on May 5th to honor Missing or Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
NAMS Special Offering link: ResourceUMC.org/SSGive
"The Stations of the Cross"
Good Friday Prayer Walk
Friday, April 15, 2022
Sanctuary open from noon - 6pm
Come and spend as much or little time as you need in this self-guided prayer walk
A Service of Prayer and Holy Communion for Maundy Thursday
April 14th, 2022
TUMC Fellowship Hall
Lighting seven candles in response to the seven actions according to the narrative in John 13.
We are reminded of the presence of light even in the darkness of the eve of Good Friday.