Stories and Announcements

Last Call for Trinity Forward!

The finish line for our Trinity Forward capital campaign is near! We have taken longer than hoped for, but our goal of $3.9 million is in sight, and the repairs and renovation of the Trinity Center--the largest part of the campaign--are even now being scheduled.

We are excited and grateful that we have raised $3.1 million in pledges and gifts from members of the parish and other friends of the Cathedral. With assistance from our Trinity Foundation, we now stand just $313,000 short of our goal!

Please pray for the successful end of the campaign, and if you feel led to make a commitment (or to increasing a commitment you have already made), many will be grateful.

We will be publishing a list of those who have given or pledged toward the end of the month to publicly say thanks. 

To communicate your intention, you can call or email Ryan Headley at or 771-7300, ext. 226. For that matter, you can contact any of our campaign chairs or clergy in a hallway.

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SASS Defense Class

There will be a SASS Self-Defense Class for youth girls and mothers on Sunday, October 7 from 2-4 pm in the gym. The class will be taught by Lauren Lamendola. Cost is $15 per person. Please register online.

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Men of Trinity October Event

Join the Men of Trinity of Tuesday, October 2 from 6-8 pm for dinner, fellowship and program. The event will be at the home of Ryan and Kenzie Newton at 4315 Woodleigh Road. Ben Grimsley will be speaking about stewardship. Cost for dinner is $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Please register online below.

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Lections for Sunday, September 23, 2018

Sunday, September 23, 2018, Eighteenth Sunday After Pentecost


Jeremiah 11:18-20    Psalm 54    James 3:13-4:3, 7-8a    Mark 9:30-37

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Hurricane Florence Updates

Any cancellations, updates or revised schedules will be posted online here and on our Facebook and Instagram feeds.

As your leaders have continued to watch forecasts and consult with other Midlands churches, we have decided to hold one service this Sunday. We will worship in the Cathedral at 11:15. All other Sunday services and formation opportunities have been canceled. The service will be simpler but nevertheless meaningful. Please come out only if it is safe to do so.

We plan to stream the service live from our Facebook page beginning at 11:15 am online here.

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Blessing of the Animals

On Sunday, October 7, bring your furry, scaly or feathery friends to celebrate the Feast of St. Francis with the Blessing of the Animals and Holy Eucharist, Rite II service at 6 pm in the Cart Courtyard. All animals are welcome!

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August Vestry Meeting Highlights

The August Vestry meeting was held on August 23, 2018. Following approval of the July 2018 minutes, Senior Warden Phil Johnston presented his report which consisted of an update on the Trinity Forward Campaign and a request to the Trinity Foundation to assist the Campaign with a portion of the money needed to repair the Trinity Center. 

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"Taste of Flowers" Workshop

Have you ever admired the altar flowers at Trinity? Would you like a behind the scenes peek at how they're done? Would you like to spend some time in the most fragrant room at Trinity? If you answered yes to any of the above, you're in luck!

Trinity's Flower Guild is offering a "Taste of Flowers" workshop on Wednesday, September 26 at 6:30 pm. You will have a chance to see our beautiful flower room and try your hand at a centerpiece in a small group setting. Materials will be provided and you will be able to take your creation home with you. The group will be limited to 10 people on a first come, first served basis. If you're intrigued, email or call Melanie Crawford at or 704.616.6054 and sign up.

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Churchyard Workday

The next Churchyard Workday will be Saturday, September 22 from 8:00 - 11:00 am. We will be cleaning grave stones, weeding, pruning, and other miscellaneous tasks.   Please give me a call to let me know if you CAN or CANNOT attend, or you may email Allison Fowler your response at   I look forward to seeing you then. 


Jim Sims,


Churchyard Committee


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Solomon's Porch

Solomon’s Porch was created by two Daughters of the Trinity family in August of 2016 to provide small group support for women who are challenged with depression and anxiety. Members find healing and hope when gathered on Solomon’s Porch in the name of Christ.

One hour meetings are held twice a month. Gatherings include prayer and scripture, group discussions on readings, speakers and experiential activities. The names of participants and all dis-cussions are confidential. The evening group begins on Sept. 11 at 6:15 in Trinity’s Library. The daytime group begins on Thursday, September 27 at 11 in Sunday School room 222.  

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