- Clergy and Staff
- The Rt. Rev. Barry Beisner, Bishop
- The Very Rev. Dr. Brian Baker, Dean of the Cathedral
- The Rev. Lynell Walker, Canon for Pastoral Care
- The Rev. Kathy Hopner, Director of Children, Youth, and Family Ministries
- The Rev. Megan Anderson, Missioner of Fresh Expressions
- The Rev. Dr. Pamela Anderson, Adult Ministries Director
- The Rev. Jesse Vaughan, Associate
- The Rev. Anne Arthur, Associate
- The Rev. Robert Blumenstock, Associate
- The Rev. Deacon Steve Skiffington
- David Link - Canon for Music
- Jerry Paré, Operations Manager
- Pat Underwood, Administrative Assistant
- Randie Strike Newcomers and Volunteer Coordinator
- Wendy Mustain, Communications Coordinator
- Cherie Chamness, Cathedral Bookshop Manager
- Thomas Bush, Custodian
- Mike Platz, Custodian
- Chris Platz, Custodian
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- 2017 Printable Pledge Form
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What to Expect at Worship
Upon entering the Cathedral, you will be greeted by an usher who will hand you a program to assist you with everything you need to fully participate in our worship service. Please know that everyone is welcome to receive Holy Communion at Trinity Cathedral. Let an usher know if you need to be served Communion in your seat. During the time of Holy Communion, there are people in the East Transept available to pray with any who have special needs. There is Nursery Care for the 9 am and 11:15am services and a Children’s Chapel program offered after the Gospel reading. There are ongoing classes at 10:15 for Adults and Sunday School for children through high school. The Newcomers’ Group is a great way to learn more about the Episcopal Church and Trinity Cathedral. The Welcome Center in the Great Hall is a great place to have questions answered about life and programs at the Cathedral.
Trinity Cathedral Church offers a variety of Sunday worship services, each with a distinct flavor.
7:30am Service – Hymns, scripture readings, sermon, traditional liturgical language (Rite I-Book of Common Prayer), prayer, Holy Communion (all present are welcome to receive).
9:00 am Service – Family Friendly. Broad mix of contemporary music , the Celebration Choir, scripture readings, sermon, contemporary liturgical language
(Book of Common Prayer Rite II /Enriching Our Worship), Holy Communion (all present are welcome to receive). Children’s Chapel is offered after the gospel reading; children return to the service at the Peace, and Nursery Care available.
9:00 am - 1st Sunday – Family Service in the Great Hall. Geared for children’s full participation with musical instruments and drama, children’s prayers and Holy Communion. From September through May each year.
11:15 am Service – Traditional Hymns and Choral Anthems, the Cathedral Choir, Sermon, contemporary liturgical language (Book of Common Prayer Rite II/ Enriching Our Worship), Holy Communion (all present are welcome to receive). Children’s Chapel is offered after the Gospel reading; children return to teh service at the Peace, and Nursery Care available.
12:45 pm Service - Contemporary liturgical language from the Book of Common Prayer Rite II and Enriching Our Worship, Holy Communion (all present are welcome to receive). This is a “said” service and there is no music provided. This service is especially designed for those who perhaps work on Sundays and can come during their lunch break or those who might struggle to sit through a longer service since this service has no music.
Wheelchair access through the side door of the Cathedral near the nursery.
Hearing assist devices and large print editions of the service are available from any usher.