As an Open and Welcoming Congregation, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral welcomes all persons, regardless of ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, socio-economic circumstance, or religious background to our worshiping community and Eucharist table. We are a member of the Community of Welcoming Congregations, and we support our gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender members in all our ministries and programs.
Whoever you are and whatever your background or belief, there's a place for you at Trinity!
Who we are
As a congregation of the Episcopal Church, we are anchored in a centuries-old tradition that is ancient yet new, ritualized yet relaxed, transcendent yet intimate, reverent yet filled with life. While some of us have been Episcopalians for all of our lives, others found the Episcopal Church only recently.
What we share is a common desire to seek and find God in the context of a community. We want to walk this journey with others... in worship, in conversation, through learning, in fellowship, and in service to Portland and the world.
We want to be a place where anyone—and we mean anyone—can experience a renewed, reconciled and loving relationship with Jesus Christ.
8:00 am Holy Eucharist (Rite I, Chapel)
Traditional spoken liturgy with prayers, readings, sermon & Communion.
10:00 am Holy Eucharist (Rite II, Cathedral)
Liturgy with music sung by the cathedral choirs, with prayers, reading, sermon
5:00 pm Evensong
Weekly liturgical feast of scripture & music, led by Trinity's musicians and an array of visiting choirs & organists. Learn more
5:00 pm Holy Eucharist (Chapel)
First Sundays (October - June)
10:00 am Church @ the Commons
Hands-on, intergenerational Eucharist designed to help children join more completely in the service.
5:00 pm Trinity Vespers
Sung choral services in the Anglican tradition, sung by the full Cathedral Choir. Typically followed by a free 30-minute organ recital.
6:00 pm Third Thursday Evensong
Evensong in the cathedral choir, led & sung by the trebles of the Trinity Choir School.