Holy Week 2017

This Sunday is Palm Sunday, and the start of Holy Week.  Join us, with Jesus, in the journey from Jerusalem to the tomb.  There are many opportunities for you to meet Jesus on the way, and to find our life within the life Jesus offers.  You, and your friends, are invited to join us.

Holy Week 2017

Sunday, April 9: Palm Sunday with supper, 6pm

Tuesday, April 11: Eucharist in Yeilding Chapel at BSC, 11:45am

Tuesday, April 11: Pasta Night at Trinity Commons, 6pm

Wednesday, April 12: Eucharist in Reid Chapel at Samford, Noon

Wednesday, April 12: Reconciliation Service with The Abbey and St. Andrew’s, Montevallo, 7:30pm (at The Abbey)

Thursday, April 13: Maundy Thursday with washing of feet, 6pm

Friday, April 14: Good Friday with communion from reserve sacrament, 6pm

Sunday, April 16: Easter Evening with supper, 6pm

The Episcopal Church, and Trinity Commons, welcomes you.

Lent Program

Please join us from 4-5pm at Trinity Commons each Thursdays this Lent for our study of the book “Let Me Go There” by Paula Gooder.  This Lent we’ll gather for discussion and Bible study using this book and program as a part of the Lenten study sponsored by St. Mary’s on the Highlands.  We invite you to join us.

Welcome Matthew Kerlin

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.

Welcome Danielle Thompson and St. Mary’s

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.