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For adults, Trinity offers classes, Bible studies, forums, retreats, quiet days, and other events for all ages.

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Children & Youth

Trinity Cathedral offers children, youth and families a variety of programs to foster a life of faith at the church and at home.

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Upcoming Events

BrownBag Concets: Holiday Organ Favorites

Wednesday, Nov 30, 2022, 12:00 PM
Holiday Organ Favorites Todd Wilson and the students of the CIM Organ Studio bring us festive seasonal music played on Trinity's two great pipe organs.
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Choral Evensong: St. Andrew the Apostle

Wednesday, Nov 30, 2022, 6:00 PM
Download the Bulletin St. Andrew the Apostle 30 November St. Andrew the Apostle Choir: Trinity Chamber Singers Officiant:The Rev. Keith Owen Hymns 60, 54 Psalm 19:16 Responses: Gerre Hancock (1934-­‐2012) Service: C.V. ...
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Advent Retreat: Keeping Advent Real

Saturday, Dec 03, 2022, 10:00 AM
This year’s Advent retreat will be held on Saturday, December 3 and be led by the Rev. Lisa Fischbeck, from 10 a.m.–4 p.m. at Trinity Keeping Advent Real: Rev. Fischbeck offers us a theologically gritty look at Advent using Fleming Rutledge...
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I Stand at the Door, and Knock

You are the doorkeeper of your soul, and how you mind that door shapes your whole spiritual life.
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The Dean's Corner: A New Bishop, A Richer Tapestry

When we elect a new bishop this Saturday, we add to the rich tapestry of faithful leadership throughout history.
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The Dean's Corner: Returning to the Common Cup

The common cup brings us into direct contact with other bodies in the midst of the Eucharist, as we each touch and drink from the same vessel. That's part of the embodied experience of worship.
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Those We Love but See No Longer

When we sing out on All Saints', when we remember the loved ones we've lost, we're really re-telling the Easter story. That can be joyful and heartbreaking at the same time, and it often is that and more.
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