COVID-19 Update

In-Person Worship Service

COVID-19 Update

In-Person Worship Service

Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.”
Joshua 1:9 (NIV)

Meeting for in-person worship service while keeping us all safe and healthy.

Greetings to our family, friends, and first-time visitors:

Trinity Hill UMC is committed to meeting safely in person throughout our 2021 services. If you are unable to attend in person for any reason, we will still have our services available online under our Recent Services page.

For Communion during our Sunday service, individual communion kits are available for those not attending in-person worship services. You may pick one up at the church prior to service. Please contact our office if you are planning to use one of our kits for an upcoming Communion Sunday.

Statement for Covid-19 Protocol October 1st, 2021 Update from our Leadership Team:

Trinity Hill UMC continues to monitor the Covid-19 situation of our congregation, city, Commonwealth of Kentucky, and national guidance.

Based on the current situation, we have decided to relax our masking requirement. Until further notice, masks will be recommended but not required. There will be a section in the Sanctuary marked where masks are required. We will also continue to social distance.
This policy is subject to change based on any updates with the Covid-19 situation. We understand that each person's circumstances are different, and we encourage everyone to make the best choices for you and your family.

We desire for people not to take a cavalier attitude, and extend grace toward others in the congregation who respond differently than you. Please be safe, and join us at your own comfort level.

We will continue to offer online streaming services for those who wish to stay at home or are unable to attend in person.

Thank you from Trinity Hill UMC!

The Leadership Team and staff at Trinity Hill UMC appreciate your understanding as we continue to navigate through these difficult decisions. Please follow our guidelines while visiting for the safety of our staff, congregation, and church so we can continue to remain open for worship.