About Trinity UMC

Trinity United Methodist Church is not a church that has all the answers, but we do know the source of our hope, healing, and love. Your continued participation is welcome as we seek to serve God through each other, our community, and our world. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or would simply like to talk. Trinity United Methodist Church is a dynamic community of people, who through their trust in God's faithfulness, strive to provide an inclusive, joyful, loving, and caring environment. In this community, people can find spiritual nurture and growth, mutual support of individual needs, and a sense of family. Reaching out through vital and creative worship, people-centered programs, and social and environmental stewardship, this congregation serves the local and global communities.

Children’s Program at Trinity 2012

Join Trinity’s children for a very special year exploring peace through cross-cultural experiences and hands-on arts, service, and environmental projects.  Using a curriculum based on the programs of Kids for Peace, Trinity will partner with individuals, families, and organizations (Peace Partners) to cultivate every child’s innate ability to foster peace.  Continue reading


Thank You from Ridgetop

On behalf of Ridgetop students, parents, and staff, I want to extend our deepest appreciation for supporting our community during the holiday season. Our parents express how welcoming and generous your church members have been on delivery day. Of course, Kay, you are wonderful to work with and so patient with the process. May TUMC continue to be our partner and share in similar blessings throughout the year. Again, thank your congregation for their generosity and warm hearts.


Start Your New Year With a Vision: Vision Board Workshop – 1/28

Vision Boards can be visual and emotional reminders of our dreams, intentions, celebrations, or tributes. Using imagery to clarify and energize both our personal and collective vision can be powerful, inspiring, and fun. Vision Boards are also non-threatening art projects; they are a great way to connect with your creativity.

Begin now* to focus on one area (or your life as a whole) and collect magazine imagery that evokes the feeling essence of what your vision is. (Most libraries have free magazines. )

*The reflection, focus, and gathering of imagery is an important part of the process.

  • When: Sat. January 28 10:30-12:30
  • Where: TUMC Social Justice room
  • Cost: $20.00
  • Bring: collection of images, photos, text, ephemera,personal art or symbols,etc. and a snack .
  • I will provide background paper, additional imagery, collage scraps, markers,glues,etc.

We will also create a World Vision Board so bring anything you’d like to add to it!
Call Kim Suvia (512)786-7399 for registration or info.

Merry Christmas from Ethiopia (Laura Still)

[Card Front] Wishing you threads of happiness and colors of joy woven throughout the fabric of your life.

Dear Trinity,

This card just screams ‘Trinity’ to me.  This Christmas-time I’m thinking of the whole Trinity family – sending everyone my love and lots of fuzzy warm hugs.  Carrying in my heart everyone’s prayers and a vision of your smiling, laughing, singing faces.  You are my roots, my role-models, my support, my inspiration.  I am thankful to have such a wonderful, beautiful church family!

🙂 Love,

Laura Still

RAABI SI HAA KEENUU ~ Ethiopian Blessing “May the Lord Bless You”

Children’s Program Travels Around the World!

For the next 3 months, Trinity’s children will explore and experience lifestyles, languages and traditions of people around the world. We’ll identify common bonds and we celebrate diversity.  Would you consider sharing a game, art project, recipe, and/or story from a culture near and dear to your heart?  Contact Amy at mail@tumc.org.