Youth and adults are trained to serve in this ministry that assists the clergy at the 9:00 a. m. and 11:15 a. m. services and the monthly 5:00 p. m. Solemn Sung Eucharist. They participate in the procession and assist at the altar and are scheduled on a rotating basis.

Ministry Contact: Ginger Bitikofer, 216-774-0407 or

Cathedral Choir 

The Trinity Cathedral Choir was established in 1907 and has a rich and varied history of performing from the vast repertoire of liturgical music spanning more than 400 years. The choir is composed of both professional and amateur vocalists and sings at the 11:15 service and selected 6 p.m. Evensong services during the liturgical season (early September through mid-May). Choir rehearsal is held on Wednesday evenings 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. Choir members are required to audition for Todd Wilson, Director of Music, be able to read music and commit to attending the majority of Sunday services and Wednesday evening rehearsals

Ministry Contact: Todd Wilson, 774-0421 or

Eucharistic Ministers 

Members administer the chalice at the service of Holy Eucharist. They are scheduled on a rotating basis. Each minister must be a confirmed member of the Cathedral, approved by the Dean and the vestry, and licensed by the Bishop. Attendance at a training session is required before beginning this ministry. Members may occasionally take Eucharist to people who are homebound. Periodic training is required.

Ministry Contact: Ginger Bitikofer, 216-774-0407 or

Flower Guild 

Flower Guild is about having fun, being creative, and worshiping God.  Teams of 2 or 3 people gather Saturday morning from 8:00 AM -11:00/12:00.  We are all untrained florists; all you need is a creative spirit to join.  We love what we do and love learning together. Come, join us.

Ministry Contacts: Jon Logan, and Diane Hexter,


Hearing scripture read aloud in worship services allows the congregation to engage with God’s word using all of their senses. As a lector, you are a liturgical leader who enables this process. Lectors should be regular attenders of worship services at Trinity. You may read passages of scripture from the Old or New Testament. Most lectors also serve as intercessors, leading the congregation in the Prayers of the People.

Ministry contact: Ginger Bitikofer,

Sacred Space Group 

is a small group that meets on the first Tuesday of each month to explore a variety of forms of contemplative practice. The purpose is to support one another’s growth in prayer and spiritual practice. New participants are welcome at any time.

Ministry Contact: Charlotte Nichols,

Sacristans / Altar Guild 

The Altar Guild ensures that the Cathedral is readied for worship. They order all sacristy supplies, bread and wine, and care for all altar linens and clergy vestments. Volunteers ages 12 and above are welcome to assist in the preparation of the altar and worship space for all services. Members receive on the job training and are scheduled on a rotating basis.

Ministry Contact: Charlotte Nichols,


Ushers welcome members and newcomers each Sunday at all worship services and at special Diocesan events. No experience is necessary; training is provided. Serving as part of this worship ministry is an integral part of Trinity’s commitment to radical hospitality—one of the Cathedral’s core values. Ushers distribute leaflets, provide direction during communion and are often the “first face” of Trinity to newcomers. Keeping an eye out for visitors, ushers ensure that no one feels like a stranger at the Cathedral. Teams are scheduled on a rotating basis.

Ministry Contact: Ginger Bitikofer, 216-774-0407 or

Vergers Guild 

Vergers ensure that all worship participants are in place, all vessels needed for the service are available and that the service begins on time. Vergers regularly consult with the clergy to organize worship, and serve at the pleasure of the Dean. Training is required.

Ministry Contacts: Ted Andrews,