Directions to Trinity Episcopal Cathedral


Map of our Location

Driving Directions

From I-5 Southbound

I-5 south to I-405 south, take the Burnside Ave exit. At the second stoplight turn right (west) onto Burnside Ave.
Go through 3 stoplights and turn right (north) onto Trinity Place. At the stop sign turn right (east) onto Everett St
The Cathedral is on your right (south). At the stoplight turn right (south) on 19th Ave. The Cathedral parking lot is on the left (east). Turn left (east) onto Davis St and left (north) into the parking lot

From I-5 Northbound

I-5 north to I-405 north, City Center exit, take the Everett St exit. At the second stoplight, turn left (west) onto Glisan St. Turn left (south) onto 19 th Ave. Go through the second stoplight at Everett St. The Cathedral is on your right (west) and the Cathedral parking lot is on the left (east). Turn left (east) onto Davis St and left (north) into the parking lot

Public Transportation to Trinity

Tri-Met Max Train

Take the Max train to PGE Park Station stop at SW 17th Ave & Morrison St, walk west on Morrison to SW 18th Ave, go north on 18th, bear left onto 19th Ave, continue walking north 4 blocks to Everett St.

Tri-Met Bus

#15 NW 23rd Ave & #20 Burnside Ave
Get off at Burnside & 19th Ave, walk 3 blocks north on 19th Ave to Everett.

#17 NW 21st Ave
Get off at Glisan & 19th Ave, walk 2 blocks south on 19th to Everett.

Get off at Lovejoy & 18th Ave, walk 7 blocks south to Everett and 1 block west to 19th Ave.



Parking map


Lot 1 and 2 are the main parking lots. Lot 1 is locate between NW Davis and Everett streets on NW 19th Avenue. Lot 2 is located south of the Cathedral on NW 19th Avenue.

Parking Stickers

The Trinity parishioner stickers are a different color from the neighborhood stickers. You can pick up a sticker from the main office. Visitors are welcome to attend services and events without a sticker.

Access to Trinity

Trinity is accessible on Sunday mornings via a ramp located at the corner of Trinity Place and Everett. Greeters are there at 10 a.m. to welcome anyone who uses the ramp.

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