Just as God came to be in relationship with us, Trinity commits to developing and maintaining reciprocal relationships of mutual support with geographic neighbors, especially in the Central and Campus District neighborhoods. Below are some ways to get involved in relationship-building and service.
This Pre-K through 8th grade Cleveland Metropolitan School District school is located less than a mile from Trinity. Together, we have offered food bank distributions to families, tutoring for children, collected school supplies, distributed Thanksgiving food baskets and collected winter mittens, hats and socks. Trinity members also enjoy purchasing Christmas gifts for students in need at the school. To join in this work, contact Becky FullerRead More »
Trinity Cathedral is a founding member of Greater Cleveland Congregations (GCC), a nonpartisan community organization that unites people across lines of race, class, religion, and geography to take actions that strengthen and improve the quality of life of our neighborhoods. Through GCC, Trinity joins more than 30 area faith communities and nonprofits in actions and campaigns tha…Read More »
Trinity is represented in the board for Campus District, which aims to create opportunities that enhance education, improve access to health care, spur real estate and business development, and inspire people to live, work and play in the downtown Cleveland neighborhood. Contact Dean Owens.
Trinity coordinates with students, staff, and faculty at Cleveland State University in support of food-insecure students through the student pantry, mentorship and spiritual support to LGBTQ+ students, vigils and other events in conjunction with their Counseling Center; as well as space use for student groups such as Jummah Prayer and United Protestant Campus Ministries (UPCaM).…Read More »
Trinity is represented on the St. Vincent Charity Medical Center Community Advisory Board, which convenes community leaders to define potential projects to serve Central Neighborhood residents in need. Contact Adrienne Koch.