The third Monday of each month O-Huddle hosts a dinner at Orrville Middle School for mentees, their families, and their mentors. Trinity United Methodist Church has the opportunity to serve our community by purchasing, preparing, serving, and cleaning up after the meal. Additionally, financial donations can be made to help with this ministry. Checks should be made to Trinity UMC with 'Dinner Church' designated on the memo line.
Trinity United Methodist Church has been invited by Habitat for Humanity to take part in the newest Orrville Faith Build. You can help by volunteering your labor, providing lunches, monetary donations, and prayer. Gather your family, friends, or small group and jump in to make a difference through this opportunity to serve our community!
Build location: 215 W Oak St.
For more information or to volunteer contact:
Renee Collins - Community Outreach Specialist
We often offer short term mission opportunities. Check back here for updates.
Music is a hallmark of the Trinity congregation as people regularly use their gifts to worship God and inspire others to do the same.
The Chancel Choir meets on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm in the Choir Room. This groups sings most Sundays of the month at the 9:00 am service from September-May.
This group meets on Wednesday evenings at 8:00 pm in Fellowship Hall. Revive is made up of vocalists and instrumentalists. This group varies in composition from week to week to provide music for the 11:15 am Kindling worship service. Tech volunteers are also needed for this worship service.
Throughout the year, there are opportunities for vocal and instrumental solos, duets and ensembles, especially during the summer months.
There are many opportunities to serve others with your gifts and talents at Trinity United Methodist Church.
The Church Office is happy to connect you to the appropriate Team Leader to find out more on what each team does and help you find the team that fits you.
330-682-1806 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Staff Parish Relations Committee (SPRC)
Lay Leader Development
Communion: First Sunday of the month and/or serving those without transportation
Decorations: Altar, Banners, Candles, Christmas, Flowers, Paraments
Alzheimer's Support Group
American Red Cross Blood Drive
Angels of Comfort
Canal District Disaster Response
Global Mission Support
Children's Ministry: Frolic Leaders and K-6th Sunday School Teachers
Adult Sunday School