For six Thursdays this fall students are invited to join us as we explore belief and unbelief. Mark 9.17-24 tells the story of an encounter by Jesus with the father who brings his son with a seizure for Jesus to cure. Jesus tells the father “all things can be done for the one who believes,” to which the father says, “I believe; help my unbelief.” We all struggle with belief and unbelief, moments where we need healing and moments where we don’t know where to turn. For these six Thursdays from 4-5pm we’ll invite some people to come in and tell their story of belief and unbelief, healing and searching. We invite you to join us too whether you come with belief or unbelief.
Students, come join us this Sunday, August 27, for Holy Eucharist at 6pm. After the service we’ll all enjoy a free supper, thanks to our friends from St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. We’re excited to welcome back our students and to give a warm welcome to new students. All students, no matter what, are welcome to join us each week. We hope to see you to start a new school year with us.
Welcome to Trinity Commons, or welcome back to Trinity Commons. We’re looking forward to the start of the 2017-18 school year and we hope you are too. Please plan to join us this Sunday, and each Sunday during the semester, for Eucharist at 6pm on Sunday. After the service we’ll enjoy a free dinner provided by our friends in the Birmingham area. You and your friends are invited to join us. We hope to see you this Sunday to welcome you for another great year.
Now that summer is here we hope students still in Birmingham will continue to join us on Sundays at 6pm for Holy Eucharist. We won’t have a service May 28, because of the Memorial Day weekend, but come join us each Sunday during the summer at 6pm in the chapel at the student center for Eucharist. All are welcome.
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.
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.
Join us Sunday, December 18, at 6pm for Lessons and Carols. We’re excited to welcome our guest readers and we’ll have great music as always to close the season of Advent and welcome Christmas. We hope you’ll come join us for this special night.
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.