We are an open, diverse, and hospitable community that strengthens and supports the mission of the church through group activities and the interactions of individuals. Here are some of our programs and small groups.
Click here for an A-Z Guide to all our programs.
These informal groups bring together a cross section of members for monthly dinners. The purpose is to promote Christian fellowship throughout the parish. These are informal groups of parishioners who get together every 4-6 weeks to enjoy each other’s company. There is no agenda – it’s a time for fellowship that often involves food! The “Restaurant Hop” group meets monthly in local restaurants. If you’d like more information and to sign up contact Lu Treadwell. If you’d like to suggest or offer a group please let us know.
Our group for those over 55 years of age plans special events (outings, classes, and more). For more information contact Beth Melcher Davis.
On May 22, Richmond Hill, a spectacular property overlooking the James River, will host St. Mark’s and GHTC’s “Boomers & Better” (55+) group. Centering prayer begins at 4:15 p.m. and the Community Service begins at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner in the refectory. If you’ve never seen this former monastery in Church Hill and its beautiful gardens, please reserve your seat on the GHTC van today by contacting Barbara Hobson Simpson in the church office! Recommended donation for the dinner is $10.00; the van will depart from GHTC at 3:45 p.m.
This women’s group meets on the 2nd Monday evening of each month for soup, salad, spirits, and good conversation Please join us!
Sunday breakfast – The Best Breakfast in Richmond – is held from 9:15 – 10:00 a.m. in the Parish Hal during the academic year. Would you like to be part of the Breakfast Crew? Contact Carl Blackwell.
Episcopal Church Women
Centered in congregations, the Episcopal Church Women (ECW) is a national organization committed to empowering women to do Christ’s ministry in the world. The GHTC chapter meets on a regular basis for education, fellowship and service projects. All women are welcome. To learn more contact Jodie Pully.
“Cooking with Grace” is a visible sign of Grace & Holy Trinity Church’s long history of hospitality and food for body and soul. This cookbook features recipes that have been honored for generations. The recipes are brought to life by the artwork of our members. Wouldn’t you love to have the recipe for Pear and Leek Soup? How about Orange Pound Cake? This wonderful cookbook is on sale for $20 at the church. If you would like one shipped to you or someone else, please contact Jodie Pully. There is an additional cost for shipping and handling. It is the perfect Christmas or birthday present!
Small Study and Spiritual Formation Groups
If you are interested in forming a group, or in joining one, please contact the Rev. Bo Millner.