Charitable works are central to the life of a Christian community. Lay leaders organize opportunities throughout the year for active service and for sacrificial giving. Please contact Father Kirill for further information or to volunteer your time, talent, and treasure.
The parish council is a volunteer leadership committee elected by parish membership at its annual parish meeting. In a spirit of mutual love and trust, with the Archbishop, Dean, and clergy, the parish council is responsible for stewardship of the parish’s resources and deliberating on other parish business. Read our parish bylaws.
Holy Trinity Cathedral’s Bookstore is located on the middle floor near the Parish Hall and is open every Sunday after the fellowship meal. We carry books from St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, St. Tikhon’s Seminary Press, and many others. And don’t forget to browse our crosses, icons, baptismal gowns, and other treasures, too! Looking for something in particular? Contact our manager, Taylor Seraphim Warren, at email@example.com
The choir of Holy Trinity Cathedral is led by our choir director, Reader Stephen (Robert) Parent, and meets downstairs before the Divine Liturgy every Sunday morning at 9:30 to rehearse. If you have any questions or would like to join the choir. Please speak with Bob before or after any service.
Children like attending Church, and this instinctive attraction to and interest in Church services is the foundation on which we must build our religious education. Children penetrate more easily than do adults into the world of ritual, of liturgical symbolism. They feel and appreciate the atmosphere of our Church services. The experience of Holiness, the sense of encounter with Someone Who is beyond daily life, that mysterium tremendum that is at the root of all religion and is the core…
Father Kirill leads study groups Wednesday nights (as announced in the calendar and bulletin) following the Vesper service. All are welcome to these informal conversations. Occasionally, we are honored to host visiting speakers.
All parishioners are invited to be active “stewards” of the community life of the cathedral community by volunteering time and talent throughout the year. One aspect of our community life that we are very grateful for is the breaking of the fast with gourmet luncheons that are hosted by a family or team of parishioners every Sunday! To learn more or get involved, please talk with our Stewards president, Irina Walker.