This Sunday’s Gospel • John 11:1-45
Now a certain man was ill, Lazarus of Bethany, the village of Mary and her sister Martha....[ continue reading ]. Lectionary scriptures are from the New Revised Standard Version Bible. Note: We will continue with virtual worship this Sunday, March 29.
Digital Offerings
Click the links below for last Sunday's worship and music. Look for a single video coming for this Sunday's worship that will include worship, music, children's homily, and sermon all in one. You will be able to access it from the parish web page and our Facebook page .
Worship Music ("God of Grace and God of Glory")

Tell Us What You Think!
We want to hear from you as our worship is evolving during times of social distancing and coronavirus. By either calling or emailing , we'll have a better idea of how these new methods of delivering worship are helping you.

The "Happy Helpers" Are Here For You!
Worried about going out? Are you—or folks you know—at a higher risk of complications arising from COVID-19? GHTC has formed the Happy Helpers to respond to the needs of our parish and community. Our team will help you grab groceries, pick up prescriptions, etc. Contact David Lewis (call 804-994-8293) and we’ll match you with a volunteer go-fer today.

Small Business Assistance
With many local businesses struggling to stay afloat during these difficult times, we at Grace and Holy Trinity Church want to help. If you own or work for a local small business please let us know. You can email Cary Williamson  or call/text at 804-677-5685. We will compile a list so that members of the church can help support our local economy. 


Staff Contacts
To reach staff by phone, call the church number 804-359-5628 and enter the extension next to their name. Click on their name to get their email.
Aaron Davis ext. 15
Barb Dodd ext. 16
Judy Bowman ext. 14
Peter Knecht ext. 12

Lenten Series continues on Facebook
We continue the Way of Love series by sharing resources on the GHTC Facebook page . Check out the post on the topic of Bless . Each of those posts gives multiple suggestions and links for daily Bible reading and daily prayer. Please use the comments space to interact; you can ask questions and share your own reactions and experiences.  
Red Door Continues This Friday
Red Door is planning to provide meals each Friday in brown bags to any one who comes to the church between 12- 2 pm. Although our full program with clothing closet and healing service is not occurring at this time, we are responding to the need for food as best we can while maintaining the physical distancing protocols and fewer volunteers. With many international VCU students unable to go home and many restaurants closed, there is a need for food. If you would like to help, either by donating or volunteering, contact Kim Reinholz .
Keep up with Lent Madness from Home
Just because services are paused doesn’t mean the saintly smack down isn’t continuing right on schedule. Be sure to keep up with Lent’s heavenly brawl from home at . Winners receive a free mug!