The Old Trail church of Christ currently meets at 3015 River Road West in the village of Goochland Courthouse, VA 23063, located directly across from the Wells Fargo bank. The church moved to this site in early July of 2020 from the historic St. James chapel in Powhatan County, after using that facility for the first fifteen months after  the founding of the congregation.

The church held its first worship service Easter morning April 21, 2019. Steve Raab preached the first sermon, titled "Something Old, Something New" which encouraged the listeners to hold fast to old things which are good while letting go of the old which are not good and to gather new good things while rejecting impure newness.

Worshipers gathered from Powhatan, Goochland, and Henrico counties to share their love of God together. Fifty-two souls sang, prayed, and glorified God on a beautiful spring morning which inspired awe, appreciation, and acknowledgement of his wonderful creation. Nineteen of those present were persons from the surrounding community without affiliation to one of the area churches of Christ. They were either invited by friends and family or they learned of the new congregation through one of the various outreach efforts by Old Trail weeks before Easter Sunday.

Worship leaders for the inaugural service included Ernie Walton, who lead the first prayer, Sammy Marshall, who read John 3:1-15 as a basis for Steve Raab's sermon, BJ Marshall, who guided minds in thoughts before the communion, Steve Novak, who led a closing prayer and Larry Lewis, who led the singing worship. The very first song ever sung in an Old Trail worship service was "To God Be the Glory", specifically chosen to acknowledge and proclaim that the Old Trail members recognize and praise God as the founder and sustainer of this little mission.

With God's guidance, the first plans for this congregation of the churches of Christ were penned and prayed over on a napkin July 19, 2018 by David Marshall and Steve Raab during a men's fellowship breakfast in the back room of the Golden Corral restaurant in Glen Allen, VA. Steve and his wife Selma had been driving to Oceana, VA from their home in Powhatan County every other Sunday for five and a half years with Steve serving as the itinerant minister for the Oceana church of Christ. For years they longed to have a new congregation of the church in their home county to be able to serve, minister, and fellowship with Christians who were also their neighbors. David and Judy Marshall live in western Goochland County and drove to the Tuckahoe area of Henrico County to worship and serve, and also yearned for a church that could better serve the residents of their home county. Steve learned that his ministry in Oceana would come to a close in early 2019 and saw this as an opportunity to shift the focus of his spiritual gifts to minister closer to home. Knowing the hearts and desires of the Marshalls, Steve proposed the planting of a church whose location could serve areas of both Powhatan and Goochland counties. Ernie and Robin soon joined the mission to plant a church in these areas of rural Virginia and the initial core of the congregation was formed.

The move to the current location has been made with the belief that having access to a building 24/7 rather than being limited to a few hours each week, as we were at the previous location, will provide the church with more opportunities to serve the community as well as our members. We now have areas that can be used as classrooms and an office for our minister. These are improvements from the former situation. The church will now also be able to have a permanent sign on the property. Before, we were required to remove all signage except when we were having our worship service. These, along with several more advantages were considered when the idea for moving our location was first presented to our members.

The Old Trail church of Christ appreciates the prayers and support of Christians across the country and even around the world. Members of other local congregations are encouraging the work in Goochland and Powhatan counties with financial aid, supplies, labor, attendance, and participation in worship services. Their dedication and service to the spread of the Gospel message in this area gives the church at Old Trail reason to praise God, give Him thanks, and continue to teach and worship in this place.
God is Good ALL the time!