This passage from Mark begins with Jesus predicting his death to the disciples, and in response, James and John ask about having seats next to him in paradise. The other disciples are angry, and I like to think I would have been angry along with them. But in truth, it’s more likely I would have been one of the disciples angling to sit right next to Jesus.
Twelve Trinity Cathedrals: One Concert. Click here to view and listen to the online concert celebrating Trinity Sunday.
Twelve Episcopal Cathedral across the U.S., all bearing the name Trinity, will present a joint, online concert on Trinity Sunday, May 30 at 4:00 pm.
Final Lenten Sermon Series with the Rev. Kara Slade.
“Where are you, God?” I am right here.
The Rev. Canon Eric McIntosh shares a challenge from Isaiah 58.
Fridays at 12:30 pm during Lent. Click to view schedule, watch an introduction video by The Rev. Dr. Wesley Hill, or catch up on past sermons.
Saturday, February 13 at 10:00 am.
Ash Wednesday Services Noon and 7:00 pm services on Wednesday, February 17. All services will be streamed live on Trinity Cathedral’s Facebook Page. Lenten Sermon Series On Fridays during Lenten …
Confirmation Class begins Sunday, February 14 at 9:00 am. It will be six classes in total ending Sunday, March 21. All are welcome to join if you would like to …
In memory of those who have died during the Covid-19 Pandemic, Trinity Cathedral will be joining churches across the nation on Tuesday, January 19 at 5:30 pm and tolling their …