Trinity Worship Center, Oak Bluffs Campgrounds.
UMCMV Office Hours: 10 until 2, M - F. 508.693.4424
Rev. Williams, 508-397-9601
Rev. Carol Stine, Administrative Assistant
The United Methodist Church of Martha's Vineyard
40 Trinity Park, Oak Bluffs (next to the Tabernacle). Serving the people of the Island by supporting:
Island Food Pantry
(for more information, see below)
She graduated from Brookline High School
and earned a bachelor's degree from Colorado Women's College. She was granted a Master's of Divinity from United Theological Seminary, Dayton, Ohio. She has served churches in Massachusetts: Needham, Scituate, Wellfleet, and Watertown.
firstname.lastname@example.org Cell Phone: 508-397-9601
Clothes to Go
(A United Methodist Ministry)
free clothing, shoes and blankets
for all ages
Mon, Wed. & Fri. 2-4 pm
Sat. 10 - 12 noon
Seasonal donations are accepted.
At our second location, Christ ("Stone") United Methodist, 89 William Street, Vineyard Haven.
Island Food Pantry
Hours:Mon. 2 pm to 4 pm
Wed. 2 pm to 4 pm
Sat. 10 am to 12 pm
Cash donations are accepted.
Clothes-to-Go & the Island Food Pantry
are housed at our second church:
Christ “Stone” United Methodist Church,
89 William Street, Vineyard Haven.
Call our church office at 508-693-4424
for more information.
Scroll to the bottom of this page for a complete listing of events.
You can donate canned or packaged food to
the Island Food Pantry. Just bring your items to
Trinity Church on the1st Sunday of each month before our weekly service @ 10am, and we'll deliver the donations to Christ "Stone" Church in Vineyard Haven.
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What we offer to the Island community...
"Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts..." Colossians 3:16
The United Methodist Church is on track to get its first new hymnal since 1989, and this one will be Internet-cloud based and print-on-demand — the first high-tech hymnal for a mainline denomination.
"The time has come for us to continue the shaping of the church’s song in order that it might speak of God’s love and our faith in the years to come," said the Rev. Jackson Henry, a Tennessee Conference delegate, staff member at Discipleship Ministries and longtime church music minister.
"We pray that the contents of the hymnal will give voice to a new generation of United Methodists as we grow in our discipleship and live as bearers of the gospel of Jesus Christ."
Because it will be cloud-based, the agencies expect the new hymnal will be expandable and will allow United Methodist churches to have available many more contemporary worship songs that have been vetted as consistent with Wesleyan theology.
The 2020 General Conference will need to approve the Hymnal Advisory Committee’s recommendations, with release of the new hymnal coming as early as 2021.
Saturday, April 21st
Trinity United Methodist Church
40 Trinity Park
(in the Campground)
Native American Ministries Sunday
Sunday, April 15th
Your financial support of Native American Ministries is used to equip Native American seminary students who will honor and celebrate their culture. It empowers congregations
to find new ways to minister to their communities with Christ's love.
Box Tops for Education
You can help our schools on Martha's Vineyard by clipping box tops with the logo pictured above. Bring them to church or drop them off at the church office. Be sure to clip your box tops so someone else doesn't spend hours doing it for you.