Grace & Holy Trinity church members can volunteer for service to the community through these activities and programs. To learn more, or to offer to help, call or click on the contact listed for each ministry on the right. The staff is always happy to talk with you.
Christmas Ministry: Choose a Family November 26 or December 3
For two decades Grace and Holy Trinity Church has served families in need during the holidays by collecting and distributing clothing and gifts for school-aged children. This year we continue this good work with Dumbarton Elementary School and Peter Paul Development Center. Each family is comprised of one to three children. Kim Vullo (570-430-1136, email@example.com) is the coordinator. Read more.
Gifts must be returned by Sunday, December 10. Details will be available when you choose your family.
You may also make a monetary donation (Marked “Christmas Ministry”) to help with purchases. Grocery store gift cards are also welcome.
Our Red Door Ministries
These ministries include our Friday Soup Kitchen, a clothes closet (open on Fridays), service of prayers and healing on Friday at 12:30 p.m. (open to all), and our prescription assistance program. For information on any of these please contact the Rev. Kimberly Reinholz.
CARITAS (Congregations Around Richmond Involved To Assure Shelter) serves as the first line of community support for anyone in need of emergency shelter. With the completion of the renovation, we are excited to welcome CARITAS back to GHTC. To learn how to help contact the Rev. Kimberly Reinholz. Learn how GHTC helps with CARITAS.
The International Missionary Society
The Missionary Society’s most recent international project includes a school and a dental clinic in Belize. Learn more about The Missionary Society. The picture at the left is from our Spring 2015 trip. The trip involved dental and eye clinics and construction. It involved adults and VCU Campus Ministry students.
Grants and 1618 Fund
Since 2005, Grace and Holy Trinity has awarded over $800,000 to agencies in the greater Richmond area that offer assistance in such areas as elder care, family case management, crisis management, food and other basic needs, health care, homeless services, and youth enrichment. Historically, GHTC has funded grants through the program budget and money received from the Trustees of the Endowment. The 1618 Fund distributes grants specifically to agencies that work in the area of early childhood development.
There are a number of services and feeding programs for the homeless in Richmond. To download and print out a “Street Sheet” (published by Homeward) which you can hand out to folks, please follow this link. Street Sheet
New Service Ministries
We’re developing new projects and opportunities all the time. These include summer camps in Richmond. To stay up to date, sign up for the weekly eNews.