A Place at the Table
Each Sunday this ministry provides opportunities for Trinity members, and members of other area congregations, to be in community with our hungry brothers and sisters. Every week, volunteer cooks and servers offer a hot lunch.
Food For Families
Trinity’s hunger ministry, Food For Families, works to provide food for the students of our neighboring Marion-Sterling School as well as their families. Trinity Cathedral in January 2014 entered into a partnership with the Cleveland Food Bank and on the second and fourth Fridays of each month, the Food Bank’s Mobile School Pantry Program delivers food to the school – enough food to feed all 371 students. Learn more about Trinity’s program here. Contact Ginger Bitikofer to become involved.
Trinity’s Urban Farm is located on Cedar Road between East 35th and East 36th Streets. Farm volunteers plant vegetables, fruits, and herbs that help feed our hungry neighbors who come on Sundays to our A Place at the Table ministry. Flower gardens help brighten a nearby neighborhood. All are welcome, from novice gardeners to experts. Learn more. To become involved, please contact urban farm leader Scott Blanchard or staff liaison Ginger Bitikofer.
More Neighborhood Ministries
Support is provided for those at Trinity Cathedral who are seeking a new job or making a career change. Contact staff liaison Ginger Bitikofer.
Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral
Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral is a multi-disciplinary community arts organization that produces a free Wednesday Brownbag Concert Series, in addition to creating collaborative arts programs, Medieval Feasts, and residencies throughout the community. Each season, Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral produces or presents over 40 events in the areas of music, dance literature, theatre, and the visual arts. There are numerous volunteer opportunities, ranging from ushering at concerts, cooking and serving food, behind the scenes work and participating in many exciting programs. To become involved contact Todd Wilson.
United Thank Offering
Through collections on Mothers’ Day and the Sunday after Thanksgiving, the United Thank Offering, sponsored by the Episcopal Church Women, supports Episcopal and Anglican mission and ministry throughout the world. Contact Ginger Bitikofer to become involved.
Urban Service Corps
The Trinity Cathedral Urban Service Corps is a year-long urban service immersion program for 16 young adults who, beginning in August 2011, will live together in Cleveland and serve at local non-profits working to rebuild the city. The program is part of a federation of Episcopal Service Corps projects around the country supported by Trinity Church Wall Street in New York City and by partners and donors in each program city. A local board of community leaders drawn from many backgrounds and faith traditions oversees Cleveland’s program. The program is currently on hiatus for the 2014-15 program year. To learn more, contact the Rev. Kay Rackley.