2022 Annual Report

January 28, 2023

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The 2022 Annual Report is out. You can read it here or pick up a copy in the church. If you would like a paper copy mailed to you please email Jack Dowling.

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New Vestry Members Elected

January 24, 2023

We are happy to announce the Vestry Class of '25. With in person and online votes counted, Jack Harvey, Josh Hill, Grady McCoy IV, David Turner and Kelly Wassell have each been elected to a three year term. Their first meeting will be at the vestry retreat, February 10 and 11.

Thank you to all those who added their names to the list of candidates. Such a strong slate is a good indication of the health of our ministries.

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Tags: Vestry, elections

2023 Vestry Election

January 17, 2023

Voting for Vestry Nominees

The Annual Meeting for Trinity Episcopal Cathedral will open on Sunday, January 22 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 22. 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.”

Meet the Candidates

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Tags: Vestry, election

Episcopal Youth Collab

January 10, 2023

Epiphany Session

Through January and February we will offer 7 weeks of food, fun, and fellowship at Trinity Cathedral. All youth from Central Arkansas are invited to join the EYCollab, (sponsored by Trinity, St. Michael's, and St. Margaret's) to explore the ways we can grow as a community and in our faith live in the new year.

Sundays, 4 to 6 p.m., in Chancellors Hall. Bring a friend!

  • Jan 15 Foundation
  • Jan 22 Compost
  • Jan 28 Soil
  • Feb 5 Seeds
  • Feb 12 Sprouts
  • Feb 18 Harvest

Please contact Emma Mitchell ( for any questions or interest in the group.

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Koinonia - Fellowship and Worship

January 10, 2023

All are invited Wednesday, January 18 to share a simple meal provided by the church.
The liturgy after dinner is family friendly and open to all.
Come join us.

4-5:30          Senior Chorister Rehearsal (6th-8th grade)
5:30-6:00     Fellowship Dinner in Morrison Hall
                    (Dinner provided, donations welcome)
6:00-6:30     Koinonia Eucharist in the Cathedral

Menu for the first week
Jack's Four Cheese Mac, Roasted Broccoli, Green Salad, Bread, Dessert.

Koinonia will continue through May on the first and third Wednesday of each month.
Please contact Emma Mitchell ( for any questions.


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Twelfth Night a Service of Epiphany Lessons and Carols

January 02, 2023

Sunday, January 8 at 4 p.m.

Come celebrate the end of Christmas with a service of Epiphany Lessons and Carols at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral! The service will include wonderful choral music and beloved Epiphany hymns interspersed with biblical readings relating to the season of Epiphany. During the service, there will be a procession of the "Three Wise Children," and afterwards, there will be Burning of the Greens and a s'mores reception to mark the end of the Christmas season.
Prelude: March des Rois Mages - Théodore Dubois
Hymn: What star is this, with beams so bright - Puer nobis
Anthem: I saw three ships - arr. Simon Preston
Anthem: There shall a star (with recit. and trio) - Felix Mendelssohn
Hymn: Brightest and best of the stars of the morning - Morning Star
Anthem: In the bleak midwinter - Harold Darke
Hymn: On this day earth shall ring - Personent hodie
Anthem: The Three Kings - Peter Cornelius
Anthem: Nunc dimittis in G - Herbert Sumsion
Hymn: We three kings of Orient are - Three Kings of Orient
Hymn: How brightly shines the Morning Star - Wie schön leuchtet
Postlude: Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern, BuxWV 223 - Dieterich Buxtehude
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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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