The Weekly Tee

Don’t Fore-get to Register

There are still sponsorships, foursomes, and individual player slots available for the 19th Annual Bishop George E. Councell Memorial Golf Outing presented by Glenmede. Proceeds from the event benefit the ministries of Trinity Cathedral.

Participants of all skill levels are encouraged to join in for a day of fun and fellowship. Players may vie for individual prizes; first, second and third place foursome finish; and of course, the coveted Bishop’s Cup, awarded to the church-represented foursome with the lowest score.

For registration information, click here.

Pickleball…The Fastest Growing Sport in the U.S.

This year, we’re offering clinics (and playing time!) for Pickleball, the intergenerational sport that has swept the nation. A paddle sport played with a hollow ball, up to four players can take the court for a game. A pickleball pro will lead the clinics and oversee friendly matches. Participants will be entered into a special raffle to win equipment and other prizes. Come join us and see what you’ve been missing.

Souvenir Journal Ad Deadline Approaching

The September 15th deadline for placing ads in the 19th Annual George E. Councell Golf Outing souvenir journal is quickly approching. The commemorative piece features full collor ads with a distribution that blankets New Jersey. Don’t pass up the opportunity to trumpet your good news!

For more information, contact Patrice D’Angelo at or (609) 392-3805, Ext. 100, or click on the journal graphic to download the form.


About the Outing

In 2004, members of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Trenton, New Jersey, organized a golf outing designed to both raise funds for the Cathedral’s ministry and foster fellowship among member churches of the Diocese of New Jersey. Since its founding, the outing has raised more than $500,000 and brings together representatives from more than 20 congregations from the far reaches of the Diocese.

Bishop George E. Councell, 11th bishop of the Diocese (2003-2013) was an early and stalwart supporter of what would become a signature event. A genial presence, his infectious enthusiasm greeted participants as they returned to the clubhouse anxious to learn who would be awarded the coveted Bishop’s Cup. Following his untimely death in 2018, the outing was named in Bishop Councell’s honor.

The ministries of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral continue to be inspired by the grace and dignity of Bishop Councell, tirelessly serving churchgoers and the greater community at large during these tumultuous times.