Fellowship, Good Food, and Good Times
Join with your Trinity friends on Wednesday evenings for fellowship, entertainment and a chance to learn more on various church related topics. Dinner begins at 5:30 pm followed by the program at 6:30 pm. 

Help us go Green
Many of you have been happy to have china plates rather than paper to eat from and have let us know.  We have limited funds in the Fellowship Budget and using china (or glass) plates and coffee cups will allow the dollar to be used for more important items.  When ever your group has a meeting please try to help us by not using paper or Styrofoam products any more than absolutely necessary.

We look forward to seeing you on Wonderful Wednesdays!

Your help is needed!
Sign-up for January, February and March is in the kitchen or call Neena (606-5202). You all are doing a wonderful job.  It is a pleasure to work with you on one of the best fellowship events at Trinity.  THANKS.

All are invited to join us for the fall season of Wednesday Night Live! Dinners are served at 5:30, followed by a program at 6:30 (except on Oct. 25—see below). We have a great and varied lineup of musicians, guest speakers, and Evening Vespers for the fall; here’s a look at what’s happening this month:


Oct. 4: Mark Guest and Katie Cillufo


Guitarist Mark Guest returns to Trinity with a special guest vocalist!


Oct. 11: Evening Vespers with Richard Shulman


Evening prayer with a beat, Trinity’s vespers services provide a contemplative alternative worship experience . . . or perhaps simply an opportunity to unwind in the presence of light, shadow, music, and story.


Oct. 18: Murphy Funkhouser Capps presents Carry On


In 2007, Murphy Funkhouser Capps packed a Subaru with 500 pounds of baggage and hit the road with her one-woman show, Crazy Bag, an auto-biographical prodigal-daughter play, which uses only baggage as a set, about her journey as a minister's daughter and single mother. 

            In 2010, Murphy met her “matching luggage” and started a family in Black Mountain, North Carolina. In her second year of marriage, she learned her husband had bone marrow cancer. She wrote a second play, Carry On, which provides insights into what to do when life hits turbulence, or worse, you begin a free fall into the unknown. Carry On had its world premiere on the ACT Mainstage in downtown Asheville in September. Murphy will join us to perform selected scenes from both plays.  


Oct. 25: Trunk-or-Treat Halloween Festivities


Gather around the campfire beginning at about 6:00 for marshmallow roasting and s’mores. Adult volunteers are needed and welcomed—bring your car trunk and treats for our children and their friends.