The Diocese of Ohio
Trinity is an expression of the vibrant ministry of the the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio, a group of more than 80 congregations in the northern half of Ohio. Our bishop is the Rt. Rev. Mark Hollingsworth, Jr., the 11th bishop of the diocese. Later in 2022, the Diocesan Convention will select a bishop coadjutor who will succeed Bishop Hollingsworth.
Through our shared ministry, the churches of the Diocese of Ohio gather for worship, major events, youth and children’s ministry, adult Christian formation, service to the community, and leadership development. The cathedral serves as a symbol of unity and a space where many of these major events take place.
Grounded in a historic yet dynamic faith, the Diocese of Ohio exists to worship, serve, celebrate, and model the phrase that guides us: God loves you. No Exceptions.
The diocese was founded in 1818 as the first diocese outside the 13 original colonies. Trinity is the cathedral of the diocese, meaning it belongs to all the members of Diocese of Ohio churches. The diocese has its offices at Trinity Commons.
Learn more about the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio