Earth Day Banquet

April 14, 2024

Earth Day Banquet, Aprill 22 at 6 p.m. at Trinity Cathedral. Come join us on Earth Day for a ritual meal celebrating creation. This event is open to all at no cost.

April 22, 2024 at 6. p.m.
at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

Come join us on Earth Day for a ritual meal celebrating Creation. Bring an offering - a special stone, a flower, a beautiful leaf, a poem, or anything that is meaning ful to you.

This event is open to all at no cost, but registration is required. Register here.

The Message - Easter 2024

March 21, 2024

The latest issue of The Message newsletter is out. You can read it online here.

Category: News

Trinity Tornado Reforestation Project

March 19, 2024

March 31, 2023 was a day that changed both the environment and the lives of many in a dramatic fashion. Streets lined with 200 year old trees were stripped of vegetation and homes were severely damaged. Insurance helped with the structure repair but did not address the environmental issues or the psychological and emotional damage.

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral’s outreach arm, The Matthew 25 Committee, recognizes the human factor needs of disaster recovery. The lack of trees, flowers and shrubbery brings a sense of lifelessness and despair to a neighborhood. Wildlife has moved away from the area. Stormwater runoff and erosion are now becoming major problems. The Jimmerson Creek watershed, which reaches from North McKinley Streeet through Kingwood, Foxcroft and Robinwood to the Arkansas River, is receiving unprecedented amounts of silt and debris. Debris blocking the creek caused flooding in a number of homes. Bank erosion where trees and vegetation have been removed is an ever-increasing problem. People look for landmarks like 200 year old trees and they are missing.

As the poet said “Only God can make a tree”; this is true, but we can surely plant them. Trinity has raised $100,000 to begin the project and plant the first sixty plus trees. A neighborhood has been surveyed and residents are selecting the type of trees they would like. Planting has begun starting at the Jimmerson Creek bridge and moving up Jewell and Richwood Roads into Cammack Village. An environmental engineer, who specializes in land and wetland restoration, is volunteering her services as project manager.
The goal is to raise necessary funds to plant 200 medium, 4 in diameter; to large, 7 in diameter, trees. No seedlings will be installed due to the extra care needed. Trees will be native species sourced locally. We hope to obtain donations from churches, individuals and businesses to fund the remaining 140 trees.

Trinity would like to invite you to join in this project. A fund has been set up to receive your tax-deductible donations. Donate to the general project fund, for a specific type of tree, or a specific home. You can even make your gift a designated a memorial. We hope to be creative and bring life and a spiritual renewal to these damaged areas.

Make a donation here.

Mardi Gras

February 08, 2024

Mardi Gras Shrove Tuesday GUMBO COOK-OFF & PANCAKE SUPPER Tuesday, February 13, 5:30 to 7 p.m. Chancellors' Hall Come enjoy food, fellowship and fun. Event will be followed by the burning of the palms

Ash Wednesday at the Cathedral

February 08, 2024

Ash Wednesday Full Schedule Wednesday, February 14 7:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite I - Cathedral

Annual Report

January 30, 2024

The 2023 Annual Report is available to read online. Click here to learn how Trinity fared in 2023. If you would like a hard copy mailed to you, please email Jack Dowling.

Category: News

Gaines House Christmas Lunch

January 15, 2024

Members of Trinity’s Matthew 25 committee and the Gaines House Board, served Christmas Eve lunch to the residents of Gaines House. The delicious food was prepared by Edwards. The tables were festively set and the flowers arrangements, provided by Sandra Cook, were a beautiful complement. The 17 ladies enjoyed a hearty meal and left with a gift bag full of beauty items. Those helping serve were Galina Krupitsky and Julie Hart, board members. Deb Sanderson, Dan and Sandra Cook, Mary Wilson and Ellon Cockrell, Matthew 25 members. This is the second year for us to serve this lunch and it is so appreciated. Thanks to all who support Matthew 25 and its outreach programs.

Category: News

2024 Vestry Elections

January 10, 2024

Voting for Vestry Nominees

The Annual Meeting for Trinity Episcopal Cathedral will open on Sunday, January 21 during the 8 a.m. service. The nominees for Vestry will be introduced at this and all subsequent services. Nominations will be taken from the floor at the 8 a.m. service only.

Voting will begin after this service and continue through the 4 p.m. Choral Evensong service. To make the voting accessible to all who are elligible, we will have an electronic voting option on January 21. You will receive a link to vote through REALM.

Those eligible to vote are as follows according to Canon 24, Section 4:  
“All worshipers of not less than 16 years of age, being communicants in good standing and regular contributors of record, or members of family groups which are regular contributors of record, for the support of the parish, and who shall have been canonically connected with the parish for thirty days prior to the date on which the parish meeting is held. This provision as to financial support shall not apply to those communicants who are unable to contribute. Those voters so qualified and being present at the parish meeting shall constitute a quorum.”

The Annual Meeting will continue with business and reports and lunch Sunday, January 28 following the 10:30 a.m. service. If a run-off vote is needed, it will happen at this time.

Meet the Candidates

Children's Christmas at the Cathedral

November 22, 2023

Silent Movie Night in the Cathderal

October 10, 2023

Buster Keaton's "The Navigator"

Friday, October 27 from 7 p.m.
Enjoy an evening of classic film and music with Buster Keaton's comic masterpiece, The Navigator, with improvised organ accompaniment by master improviser Jason Roberts.
Tickets are $15 at the door or can be purchased in advance here.