You Will Feel Right at Home in Our Inclusive Community in Beavercreek, Ohio

Welcome to Trinity, a United Church Homes Community

Trinity Community has been a mainstay in Beavercreek, Ohio, just outside of Dayton, since 1974. Our energetic and welcoming residents form the heart of our vibrant Life Plan Community. We exude country charm with ample green space, and we’re an easy drive to Columbus and Cincinnati. We offer a wide variety of amenities to cater to every taste and suit every preference. Despite our many amenities, we offer a low entrance fee and an all-inclusive rate, so you can enjoy carefree living with all of the perks.

We’re committed to quality with award-winning care. Our community is nurtured by our faith-inspired environment, which sets us apart from other senior living communities in the Dayton area. We were named a 2018-2019 Employer of Choice among nonprofit senior living providers, which recognized communities that strive to be both residences and employers of choice. Visit our community in Beavercreek to see how we do things differently!

Services we offer at Trinity

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    Independent Living
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    Assisted Living
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    Memory Care
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    Fast Track Rehab
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    Skilled Nursing

Events and Monthly Activities

Exercise with Brian

Get your day off on the right foot with our exercise class! Join us and our licensed occupational therapist Brian for a high-energy morning.

When: Every week,
Mon. – Fri. at 10:30 a.m.

July 2019 Trinity Community Event Calendar

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July 2019 Trinity Community - Memory Care Event Calendar

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July 2019 Trinity Community - Loftons Event Calendar

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July 2019 Trinity Community - Country Corner Event Calendar

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Living Options

Choose the living type and layout that fits your needs!

Your Living Options

Community Amenities

Our amenities cater to your lifestyle. You decide what you want!

What’s Included?

About Trinity

Trinity offers a full range of lifestyle and healthcare services.

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About the Community

At Trinity Community, we offer independent and assisted living as well as long-term, rehabilitative and memory care on a picturesque campus close to historic Dayton, Ohio.

Our experienced and committed staff members offer more than just a community — they offer a lifestyle focused on helping each resident achieve a purpose-filled quality of life. We’re a faith-inspired community that provides person-directed, holistic care. When medical care is needed, our nurses and physicians are dedicated to helping you or your loved ones receive the highest quality care.

Trinity Community was named a bronze Employer of Choice by LeadingAge Ohio for 2018-19.

Trinity Community was named a bronze Employer of Choice by LeadingAge Ohio for 2018-19.
Trinity Community is looking for reliable, compassionate STNAs on 2nd and 3rd shifts! 

If you or someone you know may be interested, please email a resume to or
Apply Now and interview at: 3218 Indian Ripple Road, Beavercreek, Ohio 45440.

Independent Living at Trinity

What does retirement look like to you?

Independent living at Trinity Community means enjoying the freedom to do what you want, when you want!

Whether you prefer a cottage or studio apartment, Trinity provides all the amenities you’ll ever need for a low entrance fee and an all-inclusive rate. Trade housework and yard upkeep for a vibrant lifestyle and a genuine sense of community. You’ll be close to friends who, just like you, are ready to live the retirement they’ve always imagined.

Contact Us

To learn more about Trinity
call (937) 426-8481 or (877) 589-0075, or contact us to schedule your visit today.

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Community Amenities

  • Beautiful campus with plentiful green space and walking trails
  • Jack Nicklaus putting green
  • Gazebos and grills
  • Close to arts and theater district in downtown Dayton
  • Proximity to metropolitan areas of Columbus and Cincinnati
  • Onsite therapy seven days a week
  • Onsite nurses clinic five days a week for select healthcare services
  • Private dining room for families of residents
  • Transportation assistance for medical appointments
  • Music & Memory program
  • Opening Minds through Art program
  • Comfort Matters® accreditation
  • Small-pet friendly
  • SAGECare certified to meet the needs of LGBT older adults
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Clinical Pastoral Education

Trinity Community is home to the ACPE Center offering Level I/Level II CPE (Clinical Pastoral Education) in an innovative program that integrates adult group learning and clinical practice throughout Trinity’s Life Plan Community. CPE students serve as chaplain interns in rehabilitation, memory care, skilled nursing, assisted and independent living while focusing on abundant life for older adults. Chaplain interns also lead Sunday worship at Trinity. Scholarships are available for CPE education.

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To learn more about Trinity, call (937) 426-8481 or contact us today to schedule your visit.

Leadership Team

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    Laura Farrell
    Executive Director

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    Ron Easthon
    Director of Marketing

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    Erica Barnett
    Admissions Coordinator

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    Lynne Calton
    Human Resources Manager

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    Judy Mullikin
    Business Office Manager

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    Rev. Dale Brown

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    Kim Thorp-Sweitzer
    Director of Nursing

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    Kim Kytta
    Director of Activities

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    Corrye Vaughan
    Sales Counselor

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    Rev. Linda Grant
    Director of Spiritual Care and CPE

Latest Community News

Reflections on the Miami Valley LGBT Horizons of Aging Summit

By Emily Howard

Editor’s Note: The following is a blog post by Emily Howard, intern with the Advancement Office and Clinical Pastoral Education at Trinity Community’s ACPE Center, about the LGBT Horizons of Aging Summit, a two-day conference held in February in Dayton. To subscribe to the weekly blog, visit

The auditorium was filled to listen to Stu Maddox, producer of Gen Silent

A packed auditorium listens to the keynote of Stu Maddox, producer of the award-winning film Gen Silent, during the LGBT Horizons of Aging Summit in Dayton.

What Does Advocacy Mean to Me?

First, it means learning to love myself. I am a questioning, and queer, woman. I had a moment during the course of the LGBT Horizons of Aging Summit that took place Feb. 11–12, 2019, in Dayton, Ohio. I was sitting in a workshop on intersectionality. I realized, listening to a reminder on what intersections mean, that in our world, none of us are just one thing. And some of us carry multiple identities, such as black and lesbian, and that we also hold intersections of identities within ourselves. In a world full of intersecting identities — and intersecting lives — if I cannot fully support and embrace who I am, how can I embrace others? I am working on this now as a result of the conference.

Older Adult Activists

In that work, I am inspired by Andie Hock, a trans woman advocate, and Lew and Steve, older adult gay men who have used their positions from the margins to change society. Often, I believe, they did it by being who they are in public. It didn’t happen for them overnight. It happened over time. But, in that time, they have inspired young people like me. This is the power of older adult activists. They were in attendance big time at the summit.

Meeting the Needs of Those on the Margins

Advocacy also means to me a never-ending struggle for the needs of individuals on the margins, those oppressed, to be recognized and met. I am reminded of a talk by Georgia politician Stacey Abrams. She said, as an African-American woman, that the struggle to have black people’s needs met in the U.S. is a never-ending struggle. She also said that it is her duty as a leader and it is the duty of all black people and allies to remain engaged in meeting those needs.

Awareness of Privilege

Dr. Quartey presenting during the the event
Dr. Quartey presented information gleaned from the first study by AARP on sexual identity and gender identity.

Advocacy also requires awareness of privilege — white privilege, cisgender privilege, straight privilege, ability privilege, middle-class privilege. The list goes on. As one summit participant noted that as a gay man, he often has to strategize about which of his privileged friends’ help he may need to have his healthcare rights heard and addressed. This is an ugly reality. But it is real.

As an aspiring ally in any struggle for people on the margins, I hope I never forget that my struggle doesn’t bring change. Instead, the voices of the marginalized people bring change. The ones who have fought for so long and could not be heard — they incite it. The role of privilege should only be to give a hand in leveraging those voices, not to take credit. The allies won’t win the fight. Instead, people with privilege have the responsibility of giving a measure of presence, money, time or whatever is asked for, to win those fights that the people on the margins identify as necessary. That is the best use of privilege, no matter the cause.

Addressing Human Questions

Another older adult summit participant, Jeannie, put it this way over dinner: advocacy is addressing human questions. Human questions are complicated. Sometimes they don’t have a clear end point. But, I think, Jeannie was pointing out that the purpose of advocacy is to stay on the journey. As Abrams says, it is to stay engaged in the struggle. When I can find meaning, not only in the winning of a fight but also in the journey, perhaps I will better use my voice and commit to advocacy.

Final Thoughts

Watching lives intersecting — intersectional — at the summit, along the journey for healthcare needs to be met, inspired me. I noticed joy in the gathering. I felt humanity in the openness about suffering and struggle. I recognized freedom in the willingness to celebrate all people. And above all, God’s embrace was waiting every step along the way.

May we go on inspired to advocate for the well-being of older adults. May we take the inspiration of those older adults, in particular, who readily and bravely shared their stories and their wisdom. Young people also attended the summit — and moved to continue the fight.

Rubi Girls performed at the end of day one

UCH Furthers Commitment to LGBT Older Adults

UCH's deep commitment to LGBT older adultsIn 2017, United Church Homes obtained the platinum level in SAGECare training, cultural competency training for those working with LGBT older adults. More than 80 percent of staff participated across the entire UCH network. UCH was recertified at the platinum level this year. The move came five years after the United Church Homes Board of Directors voted to become Open and Affirming, a designation within the United Church of Christ that empowers groups to fully accept — not just tolerate — LGBT people to live their most authentic lives.

With the first Miami Valley LGBT Horizons of Aging Summit, held in February at Sinclair Conference Center in Dayton, Ohio, United Church Homes furthered and reaffirmed its commitment to serving LGBT older adults, LGBT family members and staff members who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer (LGBTQ). With more than 15 breakout sessions over two days, those serving older adults learned important information about discrimination faced by this underserved community. Topics ranged from legal information for trans individuals to cutting-edge research by national experts on LGBT-related issues.

Co-sponsored by Rainbow Elder Care of Greater Dayton, the event was well received with more than 200 in attendance.

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