I’m so pleased to welcome you to Trinity Cathedral. For more than a century Trinity has served Cleveland and the people of northeast Ohio as a place of transcendent worship, beautiful music, committed service, joyful inclusion, and transformative civic engagement. From our founding to our ministry today, Trinity Cathedral has explored what it means to truly be a sacred place for all people.
Whether you’re drawn here by a desire for spiritual growth, love of music and sacred art, or a passion for the work of peace and justice, we are deeply grateful for your presence at Trinity Cathedral.
Trinity is a sacred place…for all people. That means that the congregation of Trinity Cathedral is committed to broadening our invitation while making sure that our leadership, liturgy, and community reflect the diversity of our city and region. God’s welcome is limitless; we believe that faithful growth means sharing that same radical welcome with all we meet…and being changed by the encounter.
Trinity Cathedral is sacred landmark and a part of Cleveland’s rich history, but we’re also a vital and loving community of faith and ministry. We’re so glad to have you with us.
The Very Rev. Bernard J. Owens
What to Expect
We’re so happy you found Trinity Cathedral. We are a community rich with faith, devotion and service. Here are some answers to commonly asked questions.Commonly Asked Questions »
All are welcome at Trinity Cathedral, a community of discipleship, diversity, and service, where young and old, newcomers and long-time members are on the journey of faith together.
Anyone who has received the sacrament of Holy Baptism is a member of the universal Church. Our participation in the wider body of Christ is our first commitment, and we welcome all to be regular part…Read More »
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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.Read More »
The Episcopal Church
We Episcopalians believe in a loving, liberating, and life-giving God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
We believe that God loves you – no exceptions.Read More »