Each week, Trinity holds numerous services, each of which requires the time and talent of volunteers who help in many ways. This includes choir members, lectors, altar guild/sacristans, vergers, greeters, ushers, acolytes, and flower guild members. Would you be able to help in one of these important roles?
The cathedral comes alive through the storytelling of Trinity’s docents, who lead tours of our historic cathedral for church members and visiting groups. Docents lead regular tours on the first Sunday of every other month after the late service (11:15 a.m. or 10 a.m. in the summer.)
Trinity’s Flower Guild creates beautiful floral arrangements for worship and special occasions.
Youth and adult acolytes assist the clergy during worship services, assisting in procession, during the proclamation of the Gospel and the celebration of the sacraments.
This group reads the Scripture lessons and prayers for Sunday services, Choral Evensong and special services.
Along with the vergers, this group ensures that the cathedral is ready for worship.
Welcome and assist members and visitors. Ushers ensure that no one feels like a stranger at Trinity.
Trinity’s vergers guide and oversee the lay liturgical ministers – from acolytes to sacristans – who make our worship services possible, and work to make sure our multilayered liturgies run smoothly.
A joyous celebration of the birth of Christ in the form of an Elizabethan pageant with dazzling costumes, live animals and a real holiday feast.