Trinity’s ministry of place is vital to our civic mission and our collaborative relationships with people and organizations in Greater Cleveland. In 2010, Trinity Commons, one of Cleveland’s first green buildings, was host to more than 1,600 events attended by more than 41,000 people.
At Trinity, we host events and welcome organizations that promote peace and justice and respect the dignity and integrity of all God’s creation. We receive all who enter our doors as children of God and trust that they will find the spirit of Christ in our midst.
Trinity Commons has many different spaces that can be booked for events; we can accommodate groups from 5 to 500 for meetings, concerts, retreats, fundraisers and other events. We have secure and lighted parking, free wireless Internet access, and our campus is smoke-free. Basic room furnishings and equipment are provided, and we can help arrange for special equipment and catering to match your needs and your budget.
Trinity Commons is open seven days a week. Room usage can begin as early as 7:30 a.m. and must normally conclude by 10:00 p.m. on weekdays and 3:00 p.m. on weekends. Sundays are busy days at Trinity and availability is limited.
Cathedral Nave: Renting the Nave is determined on a case-by-case basis.
Chapel: This inviting space is part of the original 1907 Cathedral, which is on the National Historic Registry.
Cathedral Hall: This lovely wood paneled room has leaded glass windows, a 30′x14′ stage, and 250 sq. ft. of meeting space.
Gallery: This beautifully restored historic space houses art exhibits and is an elegant place for gatherings.
Youth Space: This large space is ideal for informal meetings and youth group overnight adventures. Internet access is wired only.
Meeting Rooms A/B and C/D: These rooms, which each includes a room divider, contain about 1020 sq. ft. of space. They are equipped with a projector screen and can easily accommodate lunch meetings, workshops, training sessions and other similar gatherings.
Board Room: This formal board room has a view of the courtyard, ergonomic executive chairs, and a large oak conference table.
Chapter Room: This oak library room off the Promenade is arranged as a study with comfortable couches and armchairs.
Meeting Rooms 2, 3, 4, 5, 6: These rooms work well for small meetings, breakout rooms, or discussion groups.
Sitting Room: This cozy space is located behind the reception desk and has a view of the courtyard. It is suitable for one-on-one conversations.