Now that the semester is just about over we’ll have our final pasta night Tuesday, December 6 at 6pm. This time we’ll meet at Thomas Joyner’s house for homemade gnocchi with a tomato sauce. Message Thomas for details and hope you can make it.
Sunday, November 20, Bishop Sloan will visit Trinity Commons at our 6pm service. We’ll also celebrate the confirmation of Mary Nix Roberson and Eli Brooks. Congratulations Mary Nix and Eli.
This Sunday, October 2, Trinity Commons welcomes the Rev. Matthew Kerlin to preach at our 6pm Eucharist. Matthew is the Assistant Vice President of Spiritual Life and University Minister at Samford University. We are pleased to have Matthew join us and are grateful for his support of Episcopal campus ministry at Samford. I hope you’ll come join us to hear him preach.
On Sunday, September 18, Trinity Commons welcomes the Rev. Danielle Thompson to preach and celebrate at our 6pm service. Danielle serves as Assistant to the Rector at St. Mary’s-on-the-Highlands in Birmingham.
Also, we welcome Sally Herring and John Pelham, also from St. Mary’s on-the-Highlands, who will be providing supper for our hungry students. Thank you Danielle, Sally, and John, and everyone at St. Mary’s.
Samford students, come out this Saturday for Church Connections day in the University Center. Trinity Commons will be there to welcome you and help you find your place with the Episcopalians at Samford. Church Connections is from 11:45-1pm.
Birmingham-Southern students, come out to the Student Involvement Fair on Tuesday, August 23 from 3-4pm and meet Thomas, Mary Nix, and Eli at the Trinity Commons table. The fair takes place on the 3rd floor of Bruno and is a great way to meet new people and the organizations on campus. We’re looking forward to telling you all about what we do at Trinity Commons and helping you get connected with us on the Hilltop and at the student center.
One of the great things about Trinity Commons is the free supper for students which follows our Eucharist each Sunday evening. After our 6pm service we head downstairs to enjoy a delicious supper cooked by one of the friends of Trinity Commons. After the quiet summer these suppers return Sunday, August 21. So, come join us for our 6pm Eucharist, and plan on staying afterwards for a great supper and fellowship. All are welcome, and bring a friend to join you.
It’s almost time for students to be back to school in Birmingham. Whether you are a returning student or arriving to start your first year, Trinity Commons welcomes you to our community. You can call, email, text, or message us to let us know how we can help you transition to a new school year. We’re excited to return with worship, pasta, fellowship, and service; we look forward to you joining us.