Stories and Announcements

Campus Improvements Update

Trinity is moving forward with several campus improvements thanks to the generosity of many contributors.  We received these contributions to various funds including Trinity Forward, our capital campaign; our regular operating fund; our Trinity Foundation; and a legacy endowment from the late Tom Vernon.  These extraordinary gifts have enabled Trinity to improve facilities on our beautiful campus.  We thank all our donors for their generosity.

We want to keep our members regularly informed of campus improvements.  This week we focus on three projects:  the Trinity Center, the Trinity Kitchen, and the doors and security to the parish house.

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Mary Parmer Service Recording

Mary Foster Parmer preached for the 2018 Lenten Speaker Series at Trinity on Wednesday, March 14. Click here to listen to her sermon from noonday prayer in the Cathedral.

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The Rev'd Paul Roberts Abernathy Sermon Recording

The Rev'd Paul Roberts Abernathy preached for the 2018 Lenten Speaker Series at Trinity on Wednesday, March 7. Click below to listen to his sermon from noonday prayer in the Cathedral.

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The Rev'd Dr. Dan Matthews Sermon Recording

The Rev'd Dr. Daniel Matthews preached for the 2018 Lenten Speaker Series at Trinity on Wednesday, February 28. Click here to listen to his sermon from noonday prayer in the Cathedral.

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Ashes to Ashes

What do a well-used stock pot, a coffee grinder and year-old dried Palm Crosses have in common?  

These three items come together to provide the ashes for our Ash Wednesday services at Trinity Cathedral.  Each year after Palm Sunday our faithful Altar Guild members gather the leftover palm crosses and palm fronds and store them in a cabinet to dry out.  

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Volunteer at the Trinity Bazaar!

The 70th Annual Trinity Bazaar will be Saturday, October 20, 2018. We are in the process of recruiting volunteers to help prepare for all parts of the Bazaar. Volunteers are the engine that make the Trinity Bazaar run! Would you like to help?

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Are you challenged by depression or anxiety?

Solomon’s Porch was created by two Daughters of the Trinity family in August of 2016 to provide a small group experience for women who suffer from depression and anxiety. Members have often found healing and hope when gathered on Solomon’s Porch in the name of Christ.

Women within and beyond the Trinity community who haven’t been involved and could benefit from the group are invited to attend.

Solomon’s Porch meetings happen every other week and feature discussions based on readings related to anxiety and depression, guest speakers, and experiential activities.  All meetings include prayer and scripture.

Again, interested women are encouraged to join us.  If you have questions about Solomon’s Porch, get in touch with Janie Godbold at 463.0513 or janiegodbold@gmail.com  or Betsy Wolff at 782.0238 or betsymwolff@gmail.com

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Trinity Foundation Recognizes Legacy Builders

The Trinity Foundation Commission recently hosted a reception to recognize Trinity’s Legacy Builders.  Legacy Builders are those who have made a planned gift or bequest to Trinity in the past or have included Trinity in their future estate planning. 

At this inaugural reception, Mark James, the current President of the Foundation, announced that the following members of the Trinity Foundation Commission have been appointed to serve on its Planned Giving Committee: 

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Updated Vestry Bylaws

The Vestry has approved minor changes to the Cathedral by-laws to clarify wording and bring the by-laws in line with best practices, current Cathedral practice and current TEC and diocesan canons.  The revised by-laws will be voted on at the Parish Meeting on January 28.  To see a copy of the revised by-laws click here

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2018 Vernon Fund Grants

Click below to view the Vernon Fund Grants approved for 2018. Vernon Fund applications and more information on how to apply for a 2019 Vernon Fund Grant will be available late Summer 2018.

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