Our Church Community

Trinity United Methodist Church offers traditional, communion, and contemplative worship services.
We have ministries which nurture our faith in Jesus Christ and enable us to reach out with love and care to our neighbors.  
We are a mid-sized church, averaging 145 folks on Sunday morning.  We have a wide range of generations present in worship.  Folks from the city, county, college and post all have found a place in our community.  Whether you are a life-long Christian, a seeker, or something in between, all are welcome!
Contact Rev. Joe Cailles, pastor
through the church office to learn more about us and how you can be part of this community.
463-4053 or trinlex@yahoo.com
 The Church Office will be closed on Mondays throughout the summer.  Office hours will be 9 am to 12 pm Tuesday through Friday.  Afternoon hours will vary.
Sunday School
 resumes in September 2018

Worship at

Trinity UMC

Sunday, July 22, 2018
The Eighth Sunday
after Trinity Sunday
One morning worship service
at 10:00 a.m.
"A Teachable Spirit"
A sermon on Ephesians 4:25-5:2 
Contemplative Worship
at 5:00 p.m.
Sunday, August 19
Do you long for a time of quiet reflection?
Do you want to listen for God's voice speaking to us through scripture, prayer,
communion, and silence?
Come and be present to the Lord.
All are welcome.
This Also is Our Offering
Trinity UMC is the place where we worship the risen Christ, nurture our faith, and reach out to the world with love, charity, and justice. Click on "Ministries" above to learn more about what we offer to God.
Trinity’s mission trip to Puerto Rico will take place August 20-28.  A team of 8 to 12 Trinity members will help rebuild homes and connect with the people of Puerto Rico.   There is a great need for skilled and helper persons to facilitate this mission.  Volunteers need to be at least 18 years old.   A passport is not required. It is anticipated that the cost of the trip will be a partnership between needing participants and the church.   We will have two teams:  The on-site team that will travel there and do the physical work, and the home team that will support through prayers, encouragement, and part of the cost.    If you are interested in learning more, please contact Rev. Bob Smith, Outreach Chair.
July’s Outreach Offering will benefit the Rockbridge Area Relief Association.  Founded in 1972, the Rockbridge Area Relief Association (RARA) is the largest not-for-profit organization alleviating hunger and addressing poverty in the Rockbridge area.  Headquartered in Lexington, the Food Pantry and Helpline serve Rockbridge County and the cities of Buena Vista and Lexington. RARA’s mission is to aid Rockbridge area households in a time of emergency to meet life’s basic needs. The Food Pantry is open four days a week and serves more than 600 families a month.  The HelpLine offers a lifeline to ensure warm, safe shelter by preventing evictions and utility cutoffs.
Please bring peanut butter for the month of July for RARA’s food pantry.  Donation baskets are located in the Narthex and the hallway downstairs.

About Trinity

The United Methodist Church is a part of the universal church, as we confess in the Apostle's Creed. In the church, Jesus Christ is proclaimed and professed as Lord and Savior.

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Call or Visit

147 S Main Street, Lexington, VA 24450
E-mail:  trinlex@yahoo.com
Phone: (540) 463-4053
Summer Office Hours:  9 am to 12 pm, Tuesday through Friday.  Afternoon hours will vary.