Welcome to Trinity Episcopal Cathedral!
Built in 1884, Trinity is home to a vibrant parish and serves as the Cathedral to the Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas.
Saturday Ante-communion, October 24
5:00 p.m. In-person/Outdoor
Sunday Ante-communion, October 25
9:00 a.m. In-person/Outdoor
Sunday Evensong, October 25
5:00 p.m. YouTube
Morning Prayer (Monday, Thursday, & Friday)
8:30 a.m. YouTube Live
Morning Prayer (Tuesday & Wednesday)
8:30 a.m. In-person, socially distanced in Treadway Garden; Facebook online
Evening Prayer (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday)
5:15 p.m. YouTube
Evening Prayer (Wednesday)
5:15 p.m. In-person/Outdoor; Facebook online
RSVP for all In-person/Outdoor services through REALM or contact Dawn Howe.
Weekly Class Schedule
Dean's Bible Study (Wednesdays, Noon) - The Good Samaritan, October 21
Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years (Led by The Rev. Dr. Russ Snapp) - every other Wednesday
A make-up for this class has been scheduled. Contact Rev. Snapp for more information.
The Little Rock Congregations Survey is happening right now! This 10-15 minute survey will give us information about your needs, ways you want to serve, the overall spiritual health of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, and ways we can collaborate with others. We need you to participate so that we can have great representation of our congregation. Click here for the link to the Cathedral's survey.
This survey is being provided at no cost by the Little Rock Congregations Study as a service of UA Little Rock. If you have questions or need a paper copy contact [appropriate member of the leadership team]. Thank you for participating!
Every Member Canvas (Stewardship)
We hope you will support the Cathedral by making a pledge for 2021. To make a pledge, you can fill out a pledge card (available in the office) or send an email to Jeannie Toombs. Thank you!
The Little Food Pantry (click here for a list of grocery suggestions)
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Please stay home and stay safe. Let’s lower the curve!
If it would be supportive to talk with a member of the clergy please do not hesitate to contact The Very Rev. Amy Dafler Meaux (214-364-4665), The Rev. Dr. Russ Snapp (870-664-6404), or The Rev. Dr. Lisa Corry (978-590-8382).