Family Information Form

We are always in the process of updating our church records. Even if you are 100% sure that we have all of your information, we are asking EVERY parishioner to fill out a family information form. These forms are available at the church, or you can download one off the website here. Please return completed forms to the alms basin, the basket in the Narthex, or to the church office. Thank you!!!

Master Plan

Join us on Sunday, August 26 at 10:10am in the nave as Hank Houser and Amy Leathers of Houser/Walker Architects share the details of our new Master Plan. Older children, ages 6 - 12 years, can join us or they are welcome to congregate on the event lawn and playground with nursery workers.  Doughnuts and water will be offered for the children only that day!  


Rally Day is September 9th

Rally Day is Sunday, September 9!  Join us for the kick-off of Sunday School.  We'll wear our Holy Trinity t-shirts to church that day. Who doesn't love a good, casual Sunday at church? Children's Chapel will be offered at the 9am and 11am service.  We can't wait to begin our Program year! 


Holy Trinity Reads:  A Long Obedience in the Same Direction

This Fall in Adult Christian formation, we're going to focus on Eugene Peterson's commentary on the Songs of Ascent (Psalms 120 through 134). If you've ever found the psalms mystifying or if you're looking for a good devotional approach to the Bible, this book could be a blessing to you. "Long Obedience" will be the main text for Adult Sunday School, but feel free to order a copy and dive in!


Connections Ministry

Morning Prayer services will continue to be held on Monday mornings at 10:30 a.m at Monarch Estates through the summer.  Our next gathering will be Monday, August 13.  If you are interested in becoming involved in this ministry, please contact Stephanie Ennis (


New Early Morning Rector led Bible Study

Join us in the parish hall on Wednesdays from 7:00am - 7:45am for a rector led Bible Study.  Our first session will begin on August 15.  Share a mid-week Jesus and a Gospel start to your Wednesday with a study of I and II Corinthians this Fall. You don't have to commit for the duration of the study, but rather, attend as your schedule permits.
Bible Study at 10:00am on Wednesdays will resume on August 15th as well!
Pro tip - these classes will cover the same material so come twice, or (more likely) feel free to move between the classes depending on your schedule. 


Holy Trinity's College Ministries

Our College Bible Study and dinner will kick off on Monday, August 27 with a cookout and Compline! All college students are invited to come to Holy Trinity at 6 p.m. for a delicious, home-cooked meal, worship, and fellowship.

If you are in college/graduate school, but not attending AU, we want to stay in touch, so please fill out this form!

Students! Connect with the Rev. Gail Goldsmith at if you have any questions or ideas to share! Looking forward to getting to know you!


Alabama Prison Birth Ministry

You are invited to help Holy Trinity support the Alabama Prison Birth Project, whose mission is to improve the health of newborns birthed by women in custody while strengthening maternal bonds and maternal self-efficacy. We will be preparing a nutritious lunch for 15 pregnant or postpartum women who attend a monthly education and support group at the Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women. The lunch includes both items that require minimal preparation (think fresh fruit and yogurt) and those that require some baking, so even those who are short on time can find a way to contribute.  Food will need to be dropped off in the Holy Trinity kitchen on the first Monday of the month. Volunteers are still needed for a few months.  Sign up at


Education For Ministry (EFM)

EFM is looking for new members! We are all striving for a deeper relationship with God. EFM (Education For Ministry) is an excellent vehicle for achieving this goal. The group meets on Tuesdays from 10 am to 12:30 pm in the library from early September to early June. Leigh Nix will be at the 10:00 coffee and doughnut hour on Sundays and would love to talk with you if you are interested. Also, please feel free to call or email her if you have questions.


Kroger Card Enrollment Information

Holy Trinity is now registered with Kroger to receive donations through Kroger's Community Rewards program. Much like the Amazon Smile program, the Kroger program donates a percentage of registered customer/parishioner purchases to the church each quarter. And the great news is that we can all participate in both programs at the same time! 

If you already have a Kroger Plus Shopper's Card, you can enroll in Holy Trinity's Rewards program either online or by phone. To enroll by phone, call 1-800-KROGERS (1-800-576-4377) and press option 3 to be connected with a customer service representative who can help you choose Holy Trinity as your rewards recipient. To enroll online, click HERE for step-by-step instructions. Online enrollment instructions are also available on the Monks table.  

Don't have a Kroger Plus Shopper's Card yet? No problem! Cards and enrollment instructions are available on the Monks table. Pick one up, fill out the attached application and bring to Kroger next time you shop. Once you've submitted your application and your card becomes active, follow the steps to enroll in Holy Trinity's rewards program. Happy shopping!


Holy Trinity Choir

The Holy Trinity Choir will start back up with our weekly Wednesday night rehearsals at 7:00 PM on August 22, 2018.  If you are interested in volunteering to sing with the choir this year, please contact Matthew Hoch at


Holy Trinity Children's Choir

The Holy Trinity Children's Choir will start back up with weekly rehearsals on Wednesday, September 5 at 6:15 pm. If your child is interested in singing in children’s choir, please contact the children's choir director, Seth Davidson, at


Name Tags

If you still are not in possession of a name tag and would like one, please email Laura Meadows at The first one you order is free! These name tags are yours to keep, and if you move out of the area, please take your name tag with you to share with your next Episcopal community.

If you have misplaced your name tag and would like a replacement, email Laura to request a new one. The replacement tags cost $10.00. Please include “replacement name tag” on your check memo line and place it in the bookkeeper’s box or in the office. Thank you!