Cathedral Life Team 

This committee plans and organizes inter-generational social programs and activities for the Trinity community and assists small groups with their activities. People with ideas for exciting and engaging activities that help cultivate a sense of community in the congregation are welcome. Extra hands are always needed for set-up, decorating, serving and clean up.

Contact: Ginger Bitikofer

Children’s Ministries 

Teen and adult volunteers are needed for our Children’s Ministries, which include a nursery for babies and toddlers (up to age 4), Sunday School programs for pre-school through 5th grade and special events for children throughout the year.

Contacts: Rev. Kay Rackley and Kate McFadden

Docents and Tour Guides 

The Cathedral is a wondrous place to walk around. The docents lead tours of the Cathedral for visiting groups. It is a ministry of hospitality that shares information about Trinity’s history, architecture, artwork, and current programs. Training and reading materials are provided for our volunteers.

Contact: Ginger Bitikofer


The Trinity Library, located in the Chapter Room, is open for business Sunday mornings. The collection includes books on religion, liturgy, sacred art and social justice. Book donations and volunteers are welcome.

Contact: Ginger Bitikofer

MidWinter Feasts Committee 

This committee plans and coordinates the annual MidWinter Feast. The Feast is a fundraising events supporting the free Wednesday Brownbag Concerts. Volunteers are needed to help prepare and serve the feasts.

Contacts: Todd Wilson or Cathy Rezos

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 Tony Wesley.

Youth Ministry 

Volunteers are needed to work with 6th-12th graders in Trinity’s youth program. Besides meeting for study and discussion on Sunday mornings, the junior- and senior-high youth groups tackle outreach projects, go on retreat and enjoy social events together. Mentors are also needed for our confirmation program.

Contacts: Rev. Kay Rackley and Kate McFadden