I will write my law on their hearts.Jeremiah 31:33
This year’s Trinity Monday took place on 13th June 2022 at the College Chapel at 7.30 am. The Bishop of Kurunagala, Rt. Rev. Keerthisiri Fernando attended the service as the main celebrant.
The feast of “The Holy Trinity Church” (the Trinity College Chapel) is traditionally celebrated on “Trinity Sunday,” but because of its relationship with the College, which was founded on Christian principles, it seems fitting to have the annual Bishop’s visit and the Church feast on the following Monday, which is called “Trinity Monday.”
This is one of the most important days in the school calendar for Trinity College, which carries the name of the Triune God.
The school reveals the importance of the Triune God, diversity, and community. While a college is intended to be a diverse community, the concept of Trinity brings everyone together without sacrificing their distinct identities while maintaining healthy communion with one another.
Read more about what ‘Trinity Monday’ means at https://trinitycollege.lk/2020/07/03/trinity-monday-what-it-means/