The ministry of Trinity Cathedral is guided and supported by eight mission teams, made up of committed ministry leaders, vestry representatives and cathedral staff members. Each team of five people gathers regularly to support and shape the ministries, helping them to thrive, to grow in participation and impact, and to be attentive to seasons of rest and renewal.
The eight mission teams are supported by the Cathedral Ministries Committee, a core committee of the elected vestry. This committee recruits and appoints mission team members, offers guidance to ministry leaders, and ensures that their faithful work is a part of the ongoing vision and governance of the cathedral vestry.
Mission Teams empower the members and friends of Trinity Cathedral to be the ministers of the church, and to make Trinity a Sacred Place for All People.
Fellowship is defined as a friendly association, especially with people who share one's interests. Trinity’s members and friends find rich fellowship at the cathedral. Getting to know each other outside of worship truly helps to build community. Anyone can participate and all are welcome.
- Congregational Events
- A Place at the Table Hunger Ministry
- Knitting Pearls
- LGBTQ+ Outreach
Through sacred conversations, Scripture, practice and prayer, you’ll find a multiplicity of ways to deepen your spiritual life at Trinity.
- Bible Study
- Inquirer’s Class
- Sacred Ground
- Second Breath
- Trinity Forums
Through literature, art, music and teaching, Trinity creates opportunities for you to have transcendent encounters with God.
- Boar’s Head & Yule Log Festival
- Docents/Tour Guides
- Flower Guild
- Music & Art @ Trinity
- Liturgical Ministries - includes Ushers, Lectors, Vergers, Acolytes, Sacristans & Altar Guild
Outreach opportunities are available for you at Trinity, that respect the dignity of every human being by doing justice, showing mercy, and walking humbly with God.
- Episcopal Peace Fellowship
- Greater Cleveland Congregations
- Racial Reconciliation
- Creation Care
You can develop relationships with Trinity’s neighbors in Central and the Campus District through acts of compassion, service, and celebration.
- Marion-Sterling School Partnership
- Urban Farm
- Greater Cleveland Congregations for Central neighborhood
- Campus Ministies
- Campus District
- St. Vincent's Charity Medical Center
Make a difference in a young person’s experience of the lifelong love of God by offering your time and attention to Trinity’s children, youth, and families through opportunities for education, formation and support.
- Sunday School
- Youth Group
- Local Service and Mission Trips
- Younger Children (infants/preschool)
- For Parents
Opportunities for hospitality and evangelism are available for you to cultivate new relationships and engage newcomers through intentional welcoming.
- Newcomer Classes
Connect Trinity to God's mission in the Episcopal Church at both diocesan and national levels so you can share the loving, liberating and life-giving God with the world.