Stories and Announcements

Daughters of the Holy Cross December General Meeting

Join the Daughters of the Holy Cross on Monday, December 3 at 11 am in Satterlee Hall as we welcome Deb Richardson-Moore! Her talk will be "My pocket..a Manger."

The social will begin at 11:00 am, speaker at 11:30 am and lunch/meeting will begin at 12:00 pm. Cost is $10 for lunch.

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Trinity Advent Festival

Kickoff the Season of Advent at Trinity's Annual Advent Festival on Sunday, December 2. Advent Lessons and Carols will take place at 4 pm in the Cathedral and will be followed by the Advent Festival in Satterlee Hall. There will be a chili dinner, Advent wreath making, children's art project and fun for all ages.

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Call for Vestry Nominations

The Vestry Nominating Committee is now soliciting suggestions for potential candidates for Parish leadership offices: Junior Warden, a Vestry class of six people, two Diocesan Delegates and two alternates, and two members of the Trinity Foundation Commission.  Nominations will be open until Tuesday, November 6.  Please email all nominations to

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Veterans Day Evensong and Concert

On Sunday, November 11, we will observe Veterans Day with a special Evensong at 4:00 p.m. with prayers for Veterans, followed at 5:00 p.m. by a concert by the 282nd Army Band.  These events are free and open to all in the community. This year's observance of Veterans Day marks the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I. (For bulletin this week: November 11 - Join us for a special Evensong with prayers for Veterans followed by a concert by the 282nd Army Band. These events are free and open to the community.)

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Donations to Harvest Hope: 3rd Grade Project

Trinity's 3rd grade class is collecting food donations for Harvest Hope. Donations will be collected in the welcome center on the third Sunday of every month. Look for the little green wagon and place your donation in the wagon. Needed items include canned vegetables, canned meats, dry goods, peanut butter, beans, toiletries, diapers, detergent, paper and plastic bags.

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The Rev'd Fleming Rutledge to Visit Trinity

The Reverend Fleming Rutledge will be visiting Trinity this November. She will be speaking at the Wednesday night supper program at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, November 14. Fleming will also be preaching at the 9:00 amd 11:15 am Cathedral services on Sunday, November 18.

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September Vestry Meeting Highlights

The September Vestry meeting was held on September 27, 2018. Following approval of the August 2018 minutes, Senior Warden Phil Johnston presented his report which included the following items:

  • Formation is off to an impressive start with well attended Sunday and weekday programs.
  • The Growing in Christ Sunday School Class programs on October 7 and October 14 will feature speakers to help educate attendees about the challenges and presence of addiction.
  • The contract for the Trinity Center repairs has been signed and the estimated work commencement date is December 1, 2018.
  • A scope of work report has been received for repairs to the Administrative and Diocesan buildings. Discussions are proceeding with the potential contractor and it is expected that this work will begin within the next few months.

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Stewardship Prayer Vigil: October 24-25, 2018

Our annual Stewardship Campaign for 2019 has begun and our Stewardship Co-Chairs, Adele and Ben Grimsley, have asked for fervent prayers. In response, Trinity Cathedral is organizing a 24-hour prayer vigil and you are invited to participate. By taking part in the vigil, you will be filling a most important role in the prayer life of our church and the success of our stewardship campaign.

The Vigil commences with Holy Eucharist in Keenan Chapel at 7:30 am on Wednesday, October 24 and concludes with Morning Prayer in Keenan Chapel at 8:00 am the next day. In between, we will have parishioners praying in 30-minute shifts throughout the 24-hour period. Keenan Chapel will be available for prayer during the day on Wednesday the 24; however, it will close following Evening Prayer at 5:30 that evening. Prayers will continue throughout the night in peoples’ homes. Please note: you do not have to pray in Keenan Chapel during the day on Wednesday if it is inconvenient. The important thing is that you pray during your shift.

The first shift begins on Wednesday the 24 at 8:00 am. The last shift is at 7:30 am on Thursday the 25. Shifts begin and end every half-hour in between. If you can take two shifts and fill an hour that will be great; the two shifts do not have to be at consecutive times. Please let us know if you are interested and which time shift you would like by contacting Wade and Lannie Stinnette at

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Stewardship Sunday Comments

Trinity's 2019 Stewardship officially kicked off on Sunday, October 7. Click here to read Stewardship comments from past Sundays.

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Meet the 2018 Adult Confirmands

Nine adults were confirmed, reaffirmed or received during Bishop Waldo’s visit on May 6, 2018, along with one of our youth.  We are so blessed that each of them has chosen Trinity as their spiritual home.

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