My Trinity

My Trinity articles are first-person essays from members, visitors and friends of Trinity Cathedral and Trinity Commons. It’s a space to tell your stories or share a Trinity memory. If you are interested in submitting an essay or discussing a possible My Trinity topic, please contact April Miller.

Caring for Children and Youth

By Sharon Schwenk

When we gathered on Maundy Thursday for foot washing with the youth of our parish, I hope that we remembered the many adults who have given whole lifetimes for the care and wellbeing of children and young people.

My story is only one of a multitude of those who have cared for youth. For 10 years in my young adulthood, I counseled inner-city youth offenders in a wilderness rehabilitation camp and later served developmentally disabled girls and young women as recreation therapist. [Read more...]

A Spiritual Summer Home

By Noelle Celeste

As the song goes, “Summertime, and the livin’ is easy.” Summertime is my time to slow down, dress casually and enjoy my family and friends. That probably doesn’t really make you think of going to church. Admit it. Like most of us, you think of going to church when the holidays come around, maybe when life gets a bit challenging or when you face loss. But at Trinity Cathedral, summertime is another perfect time to visit. [Read more...]