Service streams will be available above whenever the cathedral is livestreaming. Everything you need to follow along can be found in the service leaflet.
8:00 am Holy Eucharist (Rite I, Chapel)
Traditional spoken liturgy with prayers, readings,
sermon & Communion. This service is not livestreamed.
9:00 am Sunday Forums*
Free 45-minute presentations on a wide range of topics ranging from social justice to progressive theology to Non-Dual Christianity.
10:00 am Holy Eucharist (Rite II, Cathedral)*
Liturgy with music sung by the cathedral choirs, with prayers, reading, sermon & Communion.
5:00 pm Evensong* (Cathedral) (September-May)
Liturgical feast of scripture & music led by the Cathedral clergy and Trinity musicians—as well as an array of visiting choirs & organists.
5:30 pm Holy Eucharist (Chapel)
On hiatus until further notice
Brief, informal Eucharist with homily, often focusing on the lives of the saints. This is a delightful communion service and a lovely way to connect spiritually before enjoying Wednesday evening dinner and classes.
7:30 pm Wednesday at the Commons Classes
Free 90-minute adult education class series on a wide range of topics ranging from social justice to progressive theology to Non-Dual Christianity.
First Sundays (October-June)
10:00 am Church @ the Commons*
Hands-on, intergenerational Eucharist designed to help children join more completely in the service.
Held on Zoom - click here to register in advance!
4:30 pm Organ Recital
5:00 pm Service
Choral services in the Anglican tradition, sung by the Cathedral Choirs on the first Sunday of every month.
Typically preceded by a free 30-minute organ recital.
See the Evensong page for full schedule & details.
Third Thursdays (September-May)
6:00 pm Third Thursday Evensong
\A brief & beautiful weekday Evensong held in the choir stalls, led by the trebles of the Trinity Choir School.
* Free childcare is available for all starred services.
See Families & Youth for details.
Anyone is welcome to be baptized at Trinity! In baptism, we welcome new members into the church, commit our-selves to support them in their life in Christ, and re-dedicate our own lives to Christ.
Baptism takes place a few times a year on designated Sundays. Click here to learn more about baptisms at Trinity!
Contact: Shannon Tilton