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Returning, Rebuilding & Renewing


Trinity Cathedral

Returning, Rebuilding & Renewing

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Welcome Eric Travis


The cathedral bell will toll for an hour to signify love and solidarity for the victims and their families.

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BrownBag Concert: Franck 200th Birthday Celebration Part 3
May 18, Noon

Trinity’s last BrownBag concert of the spring 2022 season will take place on Wednesday, May 18 at 12 p.m. Celebrate the life and compositions of Cesar Franck, 19th century Romantic composer, pianist, organist and music teacher on his 200th birthday. This third  concert in the series will feature Choral in B Minor, played by Nicole Keller, organ; Panis angelicus performed by Mark Laseter, tenor
Pam Kelly, cello and Todd Wilson, organ; and Pastorale; Sortie L’Organiste; and Choral in E Major, all played by Todd Wilson on the organ.

Concerts are free and no reservations are required.This hybrid program is held in the nave at Trinity and livestreamed here and at Music & Art’s Facebook page 

Choral Evensong: Thurgood Marshall
Wednesday, May 18, 6 p.m.

Come and celebrate Trinity’s last Choral Evensong service for the spring 2022 season. At 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 18, we will commemorate Thurgood Marshall, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, lawyer and civil rights leader. The Rev. Adrienne Koch will preach. The Trinity Cathedral Choir will sing David Conte’s Trinity Service.

Permission to podcast/stream the music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE with license #719993-A. All right reserved.

This hybrid Evensong service is held in the nave and livestreamed here and at

The Dean’s Corner

Is this the Place, and are These the People?

Is Trinity Cathedral the place where you will journey with God, and are these the people with whom you will share the joys and challenges of the life of faith?

This Sunday we will ask this of more than 25 people who have chosen to become members of Trinity Cathedral. Some began attending Trinity virtually during the heart of the pandemic, others arrived more recently, and a few have been a part of the Trinity community for some time.  This Sunday, we will welcome them during a New Member Liturgy at each service, where we celebrate our shared baptismal identity and our shared commitment to being the Body of Christ in this community, in this place, together.

This is a deeply sacred moment when we each acknowledge the journeys that have brought us together, and the movement of the Holy Spirit that is always at work.

Yet it’s a journey that asks something of each of us. In the service, I’ll turn to the congregation – to you – and ask: Will you recognize that their presence and participation will change this church, and help it to grow in new ways? New life means new change, new tensions, new creativity, new opportunities.

It can be challenging, but it can also be exciting. This Sunday we’ll also welcome Eric Travis, our new Director of Children’s and Youth Ministry. In the months and years to come, Eric will help us to extend that same life-changing welcome to youth and children in our community and prepare them for a lifetime of following the Holy Spirit.

Please join me this Sunday in welcoming so many souls to Trinity Cathedral and giving thanks for the ways their presence will transform us all!

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Third Sunday of Easter Choral Eucharist
Sunday, May 15, 11:15 a.m.

Fourth Sunday of Easter Choral Eucharist
Sunday, May 8, 11:15 a.m.

Strategic Vision Part II: Next Steps

Dean Owens will continue the strategic vision conversation he began on Jan. 9 with some practical next steps. How can we best lay a foundation for impactful ministry and congregational growth in the months and years to come? Guided by our values and our vision, the dean will begin to offer paths towards strengthening our community while expanding our outreach. The presentation will take place in Cathedral Hall. Those joining in from home can do so by visiting, using passcode 903480.

Trinity Forum
March 6, 10:10 a.m.

Dean Owens welcomes Dr. Lisa Damour, psychologist, best-selling author, monthly columnist in the New York Times, TV contributor and podcaster. Her podcast, Ask Lisa: The Psychology of Parenting, began during the pandemic and has received well over one million downloads. Dean Owens and Dr. Damour will discuss the stress that the pandemic has placed on parents and children; consideration of the importance of community and supportive, loving adults; and how faith communities can help children and adolescents live healthy, spiritual lives. The forum will take place in conference room A/B and will be livestreamed here on and at

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