Weekly Worship Schedule

In Person


8:30 am (1st & 3rd Sundays)

Rite I Eucharist: All Saints’ Chapel with organ and hymns, in-person only

10:00 am

Rite II Eucharist: This service is typically a blend of traditional Anglican and modern Episcopalian. There are choral anthems and solos in a range of styles, exceptional organ music, a healing laying-on of hands at the side altar and a very friendly passing of the peace.

Wednesdays, 12:10pm

Healing Eucharist: All Saints’ Chapel


10:00 am: Rite II Eucharist

On Hold

Sundays, 10:30 am

Sunday School: All Saints’ Chapel and Synod Hall

Except 4th/Family Sundays, when children are encouraged to worship with their parents


The ministry of acolytes is open to all parishioners from third-graders through adults. To be an acolyte is to be a minister serving at the altar of God, handling holy things, assisting the priest and deacon, and helping everyone at church see something of the goodness and glory of God. Training for acolytes is provided.

The Altar Guild

The Trinity Cathedral Altar Guild cares for the altars, vestments, vessels, and linens used in the services. They are a welcoming presence at the cathedral and diocesan events. They maintain an orderly, peaceful, atmosphere in the sacristies, strive to assure that supplies are on hand at all times for services and general uses, and share from our treasures as requested by our Bishop. Most of all, the Altar Guild prays for each other and for those who worship with us, that all may be done to God’s glory.

Gratitude abounds for those who competently and gladly take care of our various services. Our Deacons, Carol Gilbert and Chris Cox, set up for the 8:00 am service in All Saints’ Chapel, while parishioner volunteers put the arrays away after that service. Parishioners also arrive early Sunday mornings to arrange for the 10:30 am Eucharist in the Cathedral. Thus worshipers find all in readiness when they come in to pray. Dean John and our Priest Associate – Marilyn Adams, Noel Amadi, Shawn Armington, and Peter Bridge – are wonderfully helpful. The Rev. Arthur Powell, Rector of St. James, Yardville, is the Chairperson of the Diocesan Liturgy and Music Commission; he and his team help to make sure all those services held here are well-designed and go smoothly.

New members are always welcome. Even if you are merely curious, please stop by and we will show you around the sacristies. Your help will be warmly welcomed, especially at diocesan events which are often held during the week and on weekends.

The Flower Guild

The Flower Guild provides flowers and plants for the altars of Trinity Cathedral. We thank our supporters for sponsoring altar flowers for various Sundays to commemorate birthdays, anniversaries, and the departed. Did you know that we rely on flower sponsorships to provide altar flowers for our Sunday worship? Parishioners who wish to honor their loved ones contribute funds to create the arrangements for either the Cathedral or All Saints’ Chapel altar. (Exceptions: Advent and Lent, when no flowers are present.) A special message can be placed here in the bulletin announcement sheet to tell everyone who you are remembering with your arrangement. There are posters in the back of the Chapel and on the “ship table” in the Cathedral where you can sign up to sponsor flowers; or, you can speak with Sue Remmers (Flower Guild Chair) or call Patrice in the Cathedral office.

The Flower Guild was grateful to be able to create 34 floral arrangements to be taken to homebound and hospitalized parishioners last year, from flowers placed on our altars!

The Flower Guild also supplies flowers and plants for funerals, special events and Diocesan-side services including Confirmations, Ordinations, annual meetings, Baccalaureate services, those honoring older adults, and in support of the Sudan/Darfur. Floral presentations are also created as gifts to thank special guests and dedicated friends.

Seasonally, thanks to contributions from parishioners and friends, the Flower Guild manages the creation of the Easter Gardens, palms and Easter flowers, the Thanksgiving arrangement and the greening of the Cathedral for Christmas. Our dedicated band of decorators must be thanked for all their hard work producing the Easter Garden and Christmas greening. Please consider joining us as we work on these special projects that celebrate the various times in the church year – many hands make light work, and everyone has more fun, when we all join in!

New volunteers who would like to try their hand at arranging (training will be enthusiastically provided!) and assistance from those who would like to help transport flowers and plants for various occasions are welcomed.

Lay Eucharistic Ministry

Chalice Bearers assist with the celebration of the Eucharist, and particularly with serving the chalice at the altar rail. Lectors read the first and second lessons, and/or the prayers of the people, during worship. Lay Eucharistic Visitors bring Communion to community members unable to come physically to the Cathedral, including the residents of Hamilton Grove Care and Rehabilitation Center. Trinity Cathedral has a dedicated group of Lectors, Chalice Bearers and Lay Eucharistic Visitors who serve at our Wednesday Healing Eucharist, Sunday Worship, and often at Diocesan events. If you are interested, full training will be provided, along with assistance with the licensing process and approval by the Bishop.

Grant, Almighty God, that those who minister the Bread of Life and cup of blessing may live in love and holiness according to your commandment, and at the last come to the joy of your heavenly feast with all your saints in light; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.


Cathedral Greeters and Ushers serve at the Sunday worship services and at various Diocesan and special events. They are stationed at the various entrances to the cathedral and offer a friendly greeting to visitors and parishioners alike. They provide service bulletins and event programs to arriving guests, offer directions to those new to our space, and assist those with disabilities.

Ushers assist during our worship by collecting the Offertory, directing worshipers when it it time to come up for communion, and notifying our clergy when someone needs communion brought out to them.

Greeters offer a friendly, “Hello” to guests, provide name tags when needed, answer questions and direct guests around the building. They can also accompany guests to our hospitality hour and help introduce them to clergy and/or other parishioners, when appropriate.

If you enjoy meeting new people and would like to help out as a Greeter or Usher, please contact the cathedral office.