Senior Adults are an active part of life at Trinity and there are many opportunities
to both grow and serve at Trinity.

Riverview Adult Day Health Center was started by Trinity over 26 years ago as a non-denominational ministry to serve the need for care of older adults from the community need of structured socialization, health monitoring, or who can’t be left alone and yet do not yet need full-time nursing care. Riverview Adult Day Health Center is supported by community as well the Trinity family through the donation of building space, financial assistance, and countless volunteer hours. Learn more at Support Group for Caregivers of People with Alzheimer’s Disease or Dementia Alzheimer’s & Dementia Services of Northern Indiana sponsors a support group for those caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. This group meets at Trinity On Jackson on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 10:00 am. Contact Riverview Adult Day Center, at 293-6886 for more info.

Seekers Sunday School Join other older adults at 10:30am on Sundays in E101 for a great opportunity
to continuing to grow in fellowship and faith.
United Methodist Women All women of all ages can be a part of the ministry of the United Methodist Women.
Visit the Small Group web-page for more information.


Pastor of Visitation Visitation and schedules times to visit those who are homebound or in assisted living facilities. For more information about our visitation team, contact church office, 294-7602. Circle of Friends Volunteers from Trinity form a “circle of friends” who stay in touch with and visit those who are homebound. SERVE Many older adults still are active in serving in the church and/or community. For instance many tutor in the schools through the CARES program started by Trinity members. For more info on serving at Trinity contact Nickie Kucala through the church office for more information on how you can get plugged-in. Library Trinity’s library have various resources that may be of interest to older adults.