Lent and Easter at Trinity
This Lent, let’s do more than believe. Let’s follow.
Wednesday, February 22
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the season of Lent when many Christians prepare for Easter by observing a period of fasting, repentance, moderation and spiritual discipline.
During Ash Wednesday services, pastors will lightly rub the sign of the cross with ashes onto your forehead. The use of ashes is a sign of mortality and repentance.
Come and Go Ashes
- West Homewood Campus | 6:30-8:00 am
- Oxmoor Campus | 6:30-8:00 am
Sanctuaries available for prayer during this time
- Oxmoor Campus | 6:00 pm | Sanctuary
Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 1
Find your basket and get ready for the hunt. Bring a friend to this event and introduce them to our church family!More Info
Help decorate our sanctuaries and honor or remember a special loved one.Order Online
Lenten Reading Plan
40 Days of Scripture
Download our reading plan to help guide you through some of the scriptures during Lent.Reading Plan
During this season of spiritual evaluation, we have the opportunity to join God’s work to bring resurrection hope to those living on the margins in the Greater Birmingham Area with our special Lenten offering. This special offering goes directly to our Outreach Hub programs along with all of our ministry partners. You may deliver your check to the church office or drop your check in the offering plate at any time during Lent – please mark your check Lenten Offering. You may also text your Lenten Offering to 205-235-6033.
Trinity’s Ministry Partners
- Appalachia Service Project
- Bundles of Hope
- Cahaba Valley Healthcare
- Camp Sumatanga
- Church of the Reconciler
- Community Church Without Walls
- Community Furniture Bank
- Community on the Rise
- Embrace AL Kids
- Family Promise
- Firehouse Ministries
- First Light
- Fair Haven Fountain of Love
- Inspiritus Refugee and Immigrant Services
- McCoy Adult Daycare
- Mpower Ministries
- PEER, Inc.
- RISE Hall Kent Summer Program
- United Community Center
- United Counseling
- Upper Sand Mountain Parish
- Urban Ministry
Palm Sunday | April 2
Palm Sunday commemorates the entry of Jesus into Jerusalem and begins the series of observances focusing on the events of Holy Week. This Sunday marks the beginning of the passion or suffering of Jesus leading to and including the crucifixion. Join during one of our regularly scheduled services at both campuses.
Holy Week Noon Services | April 3-5
12:00pm-1:00 pm | Oxmoor Sanctuary | Lunch Available
Trinity’s half hour lunchtime services at noon on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Holy Week provide a convenient worship opportunity. A guest speaker is featured and lunch is served following each service at 12:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall. $7 per person.
- Monday – Dr. Ed Hurley, Pastor South Highlands Presbyterian church
- Tuesday – Dr. John Lovelace Cantelow III, Pastor Sixth Avenue Baptist Church
- Wednesday – Dr. Cory Smith, Auburn First United Methodist Church
Maundy Thursday | April 6
6:00 pm | Oxmoor Nave
Maundy Thursday is the name given to the day on which Jesus celebrated the Passover with His disciples, known as the Last Supper and we will do the same. Our service will be held in the Nave and will focus on Holy Communion and end with the “New Command” that Jesus gave to his disciples and to each of us. Nursery will be available.
The Way of the Cross | April 7
2:00 pm | Starts at Homewood Central Park
Join us for this annual community tradition as clergy from several churches in our neighborhood lead a processional through Homewood reflecting on the last hours of Jesus’ life.
Good Friday | April 7
6:00 pm | Oxmoor Sanctuary
Friday of Holy Week is called Good Friday. It is in this service, led by the Trinity Orchestra, Sanctuary Choir, and Youth Choir, that we reflect on the suffering of Christ, building the contrast between Jesus’ death and the resurrection. Nursery will be available.
We welcome you this Easter to either of our 2 locations; indoors, outdoors and online.
Saturday, April 8
Traditional Worship | Oxmoor Sanctuary | 6:00 pm
Nursery will be available.
Sunday, April 9
- Homewood Central Park | 6:30 am (Lead by Element Student Ministry)
- Traditional Worship | 8:30, 9:45, 11:00 am
- Contemporary | 9:00, 10:45 am
West Homewood Campus
- Sunrise Service | 6:30 am
- Contemporary | 9:00, 11:00 am
- Traditional Service | 8:30 am
- Contemporary | 10:45 am