Cathedral Life Committee

This group plans and organizes intergenerational social activities for the congregation (e.g., Mardi Gras, Advent Wreath-Making). Do you have ideas for community events? We also welcome extra hands for set-up, decorating and clean-up.

Ministry Contact: David Lawrence, dallenlawrence@gmail.com

Daughters of the King (DOK)

An Episcopal Order for women having a sincere desire to draw nearer to God and to help others do the same. We are a group of Christian women who adopt a Rule of Life based on the promises of our Baptismal Covenant and living a Rule of Prayer and Service. Seekers are always welcome at our monthly (third Sunday) meetings.

Ministry Contact: Debbie Hunter, hunterd16@roadrunner.com

Knitting Pearls

Knitting Pearls is a group meeting weekly for fellowship, prayer, and knitting. All are welcome, even if you don’t know or craft at all! Members are encouraged to bring friends. At any meeting, you can expect to find a friendly and open group, usually three to eight people that is lay-led and may include a reading or a prayer. We make blankets for infant baptisms and prayer shawls for those suffering illness or grief. Some members work from home and do not attend weekly meetings. At any meeting, members bring any project to work on including their own and receive assistance, advice, and encouragement from each other (not always about knitting!). Yarn, needles, and hooks are available from our group “stash” for teaching and projects to be donated.

Ministry Contacts: The Monday evening group meets in the Subway Shop in Trinity Commons and is led by Toni Ponzi, amp1of5@gmail.com. The Friday morning group meets in Trinity’s Board Room and is led by Beth Billings, billings13@gmail.com

Lunch Groups

Lunch Groups met once a month following the 11:15 a.m. service or after the morning Forum hour (for the 9:00 a.m. service) to help congregants get to know each other better and build a warm and welcoming community here at Trinity. Participants take turns picking local restaurants and notify their group members of the details. Sign up occurs on Discovery Days but anyone attending Trinity services is welcome to join in.

Ministry Contact: Linda Lee, eriesprite2@yahoo.com

Prayer Tree 

Members of the Prayer Tree Ministry believe strongly in the power of prayer. This is a confidential ministry of intercessory prayer for those who have requested them for an extended period of time. Names/lists are received and updated from clergy.

Ministry Contact: Debbie Hunter, hunterd16@roadrunner.com

Stewardship Committee 

Members of this committee plan the year-round stewardship activities of the Cathedral in order to build awareness of opportunities for sharing our time, talents, and treasures to help Trinity fulfill its mission and ministry. In addition to coordinating the fall pledge campaign, Stewardship Committee members oversee education initiatives including forums and participation in off-site workshops. Learn more about stewardship at Trinity Cathedral on our website, or contact Marie Kittredge.

20s/30s Group

A group for Trinity folks and friends in their 20s and 30s. The group gathers for social meet-ups and occasional discussion. Second Sunday Socials occur monthly. We meet under the organ after the last church service of the morning, and together choose where to have lunch! “We’re a spiritual group, with a social focus.”

Ministry Contact: Audrey Hudak, audrey.hudak.11@gmail.com

Women’s Group

A group for Trinity folks and friends in their 20s and 30s. The group gathers for social meet-ups and occasional discussion. Second Sunday Socials occur monthly. We meet under the organ after the last church service of the morning, and together choose where to have lunch! “We’re a spiritual group, with a social focus.”

Ministry Contact: Audrey Hudak, audrey.hudak.11@gmail.com