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Opening for Financial Administrator

November 17, 2022

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, an urban Cathedral with multiple income revenues and expansive property, seeks a Financial Administrator. Primary responsibilities include oversight of the annual budget, bank accounts, taxes, donations, bills, employee benefits plans (health & dental), and payroll for Cathedral & Early Childhood Education Program (ECEP). This includes reconciling all bank accounts and investment accounts, filing all appropriate financial paperwork with state and federal financial institutions, and working closely with auditors. More information can be found in the job description.

Advent Lessons and Carols

November 17, 2022

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral will offer a service of Advent Lessons and Carols on Sunday, November 27th at 4 pm. Eight biblical readings will be interspersed with carols by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Elizabeth Poston, Charles Wood, John Stainer, and

Thanksgiving Day Service

November 16, 2022

Thanksgiving Eucharist November 24th at 10 am, our guest preacher is Kathy Webb, who represents Ward 3 on the Little Rock City Board, and is the Chief Executive Officer for Arkansas Hunger Alliance.

The Art of Honoring

September 25, 2022

Saturday, October 29, 2022 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Join artist, Lisa Thorpe, in a day of reflection, remembering and making. You can choose one or more influential person in your life to honor. Bring a photo/s of a beloved to celebrate. If you don’t have a photo chose papers, images and poems from her collection to use in your accordion collage book. You don’t have to bring anything, everything will be provided to make one accordion collage book of honoring. The folded book you make can honor one person or many, it can have two pages or ten, it’s up to you! No art experience needed, appropriate for adults and teens.

At the end of class participants will set up a collective altar in the chapel at Trinity Cathedral. There is a special All Saints Service at Trinity Cathedral Little Rock on Tuesday, November 1st, 7pm. If you would like your book of honoring to be a part of that service you can leave on the decorated altar until the end of that service, others will be invited to bring pictures and flowers to add as well.

$25 materials fee.

Register here

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$5,000 Challenge Grant

September 25, 2022

A generous donor has pledged to give the Trinity music program $50 for each person attending the Choral Evensong services on October 9th and 16th, up to $5,000. Help us; come and bring friends.

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New service for children and families begins this week

September 15, 2022

Koinonia

Wednesday, September 21

  • Brown bag dinner beginning at 5 p.m. in Morrison Hall
  • Healing prayers offered at 5:30 p.m. in the Cathedral
  • Family friendly Eucharist, 6 p.m. in the Cathedral

This is a time geared towards families with children in 5th grade and younger. The worship will be simple, family friendly. All are welcome!
Beginning in October, the service will be held twice a month on the first Wednesday (in the Cathedral) and third Sunday (in the Chancellors Hall Cafeteria at 9 a.m.).
Wednesdays begin with dinner and end with worship. Sundays begin with worship and end with fellowship and community.
If you have any questions or want to volunteer to help, contact Dean Meaux.

Koinonia (koy-neh-nee-ah) is Greek for the concept of Christian fellowship or communion, with God or, more commonly, with fellow Christians.

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Central Convocation Eucharist

September 01, 2022

Where: St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, 20900 Chenal Pkwy
When: Saturday, September 10, at 11:00 a.m.
What: Please join us for a celebration of our shared ministry as a convocation with a special celebration of Bishop Demby. We will gather for worship and fellowship at St. Margaret's, and all are welcome! Childcare will be provided.

Rising From the Ashes

May 17, 2022

In the late evening of August 8, an arsonist started a fire in the vesting room of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Little Rock, Arkansas. The fire devasted not only the vesting room but burned and smoked damaged most of the vestments held there. Personal clergy vestments were lost as well as the Cathedral’s heritage stoles and chasubles that had been worn for decades by Trinity clergy. These beautiful garments in seasonal colors of purple, red, green, blue, white, and black were worn by clergy at services and imbued with blessings of countless communions, baptisms, weddings, and memorials. The clergy were heartsick and the community was saddened and angered, but one parishioner was inspired.

Fabric artist, Lisa Thorpe, decided that she could make something beautiful rise from the ashes. Remnants of burned vestments were dragged to the Trinity garth to catalog for insurance and then were bound for the dumpster. Thorpe intervened and proposed salvaging some of the damaged material to make new vestments to mark the fire and bring beauty out of the ashes. After cutting away the burned and smoke damaged fabric, Thorpe set about the renewal process.
She washed the remnants multiple times to remove the smell of smoke, then set to work sorting the pieces into color piles. The artist said, “I wanted to use all the colors and patterns that I was able to retrieve; it was important to me that all the vestments be revived and represented if even in the smallest way. The trick was to create something beautiful and meaningful out of the mishmash of colors and textures.”

Thorpe immediately set on the theme of resurrection and the imagery of a phoenix rising from the ashes. “I wanted to represent the paradox of growth from devastation.” She chose to use the classic image of the descending dove to represent rebirth and used that same dove shape in red to represent the spirit rising from the flames. In the end, a stunning set of vestments was created: four clergy stoles, two banners, and insets on the front and back of a new red silk chasuble.
Thorpe says, “When I volunteered, I really didn’t know what I would have to work with or how I would make something from the burned pile, but I jumped in with the Holy Spirit on my side. What I made was so gratifying, and I think is a beautiful representation of the church’s past and now its future, too.”
The new vestments and banners will be blessed and dedicated on Pentecost Sunday, June 5th.

The banners and vestments will be on display in the Morrison Hall foyer between May 19 and Pentecost Sunday, June 5.

Vacation Bible School 2022

May 16, 2022

May Youth Group Sampler Platter

April 21, 2022

Here's what's happenning

During the month of May, all youth in Little Rock area Episcopal churches are invited to participate in a youth group sampler platter. 

  • On May 1st, we begin with a picnic on the west summit side of Pinnacle Mountain from 4:00 – 6:00.  All youth should bring a picnic dinner.  Desserts will be provided.
  • On May 8, 15, and 22nd, from 4 – 6 p.m. the youth will gather at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church (20900 Chenal Pkwy.) for more fun and fellowship.  Annika Warrick, along with other adults from host parishes, will provide the leadership.  All 6th – 12th graders are welcome to “Taste and see that the Lord is good!”
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