Featured upcoming and ongoing events at CT


Easter Egg Hunt

Mar 30  |  10am

CT invites you to an Easter Egg Hunt! Get ready for an egg-citing day of fun and fellowship!

- Egg Hunt starts at 10:00am for Kids through 6th grade with thousands of eggs to find.  Pre-register the kids at this link: https://subspla.sh/4ttkgy2 
- Easter Experience - a visual story time walk through for kids through the Easter story
- Free Food
- Prizes
- Activities
This event is rain or shine!

Volunteers are also needed! Here's how you can help:
- donate individually wrapped candy to fit in the eggs
- help fill the eggs, Wednesdays March 13 & March 20 at 9:30am-11:00am
-help decorate for the Easter Experience. We will begin setting up rooms at 6:00pm, Wednesday, March 27.
- help out the day of the event with set-up, registration, activities, food, or clean-up
We would appreciate any and all of you who are willing to give a few hours of your time to bring smiles to the kids and to warm their hearts with the real meaning of the holiday and how much Jesus loves each of them!
Contact Lesa Exman to help


New Year, New Photo Directory!!!

This year Central Trinity would like to create an updated photo directory, but WE NEED YOUR HELP! If you have a photo of your family that you would like included in the directory, please email it to centraltrinity@sbcglobal.net.

We can also take your photo at church or visit you at home to take your picture. You can contact Lynda Whetstone in the church office at 740-453-1210 or email centraltrinity@sbcglobal.net if you have any questions.

Seed Packets

Feb and March

Since 1972, Jackson Area Ministries Gardening Project has distributed vegetable seeds to persons and families. This ministry enables the growers to increase both the quantity and quality of their available food.

The number of gardeners continues to increase in the 18-county area served in southeast Ohio. In addition to seed potatoes and tomato plants, they collect and distribute beans (pole and bush), beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, corn, cucumbers, lettuce, pumpkins, radishes, spinach, squash, turnips, watermelon—just about anything that is hardy in zone 6.

During February and March, the United Women in Faith is collecting vegetable seeds to support the Gardening Project. Please place seed packages in the container in the Welcome Center. 

Plastic Bags
& Plastic Packaging Recycling

Thank you so much for all your donations.
Because we are in the habit of saving our plastic, there is no point of stopping now! Starting Feb 14th United Women in Faith will be collecting plastic for a bench in memory of Bobbie Rust and Mary Helen Ullman Williams. The box will remain in the Welcome Center. Keep that plastic coming! Thank you!  Remember, do not put paper bags into the collection containers... only plastic!

Please note, the list does not include plastic bottles or containers except #2 and #4!

The list of accepted recyclables is below:
  • Plastic Bags 
  • Produce bags 
  • Baggies 
  • Plastic cereal liners 
  • Bread and newspaper sleeves 
  • Dry cleaning bags 
  • Plastic over cases of water, pop, etc. 
  • Amazon type plastic mailers/bags 
  • Bubble wrap 
  • Salt and ice bags 
  • Any plastic with #2 and #4 in a triangle on the packaging (these bottles are accepted) 
  • Plastic wrap over toilet paper and paper towels

Angel Wings Prayer Shawl Ministry

Thursdays in the Parlor  |  5pm
Whether you knit or crochet, are a beginner or experienced, join us to stitch prayer shawls and baby blankets.

September 2023 marked the 15th anniversary for this ministry. Over the years we have given more than 630 shawls as well as baby blankets for Gifts for Angels and for service families stationed at Ramstein Air Base in Germany for the DAR, support shawls for Lifeline of Ohio, and hats and scarves for the Mitten Tree at Christmas.

The group meets on Thursdays September-May, 5–7 p.m. in the parlor. All are welcome for stitching, praying, and fellowship.

Please continue to pray for the group and for past and future recipients of shawls or blankets. 

Survivors of Suicide Loss
Support Group 

A judgement-free, safe space for those mourning the loss of their loved one to suicide.

Participants will have the opportunity to meet other survivors, share their story, and integrate their grief into their lives.

The First Thursday of each month
6:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Central Trinity United Methodist Church  
Contact Pam Easterly (740-607-3895) for more information