Sunday Eucharists ( Services of Holy Communion)
- 8AM - Said (no music) Service
- 9:AM - Bible Study
- 10:00AM - Choral (hymns, organ, choir, soloists) Service
- 11:30AM - Sunday Forums (see announcements for specific dates)
- 12:30 PM - Spanish language (traditional mariachi music) Service
- 8PM - Compline (Night Prayer) by Candlelight with Gregorian chant
11:45AM - Said - (no music)
5:30PM Thursday Evening Eucharist (Cantor-led singing)
Morning Prayer is offered Tuesday through Friday at 9AM in the Columbarium Chapel
Worship at Trinity Cathedral
Trinity Cathedral is the mother church of the Episcopal Diocese of Arizona. The Episcopal Church is heir to the Anglican Tradition stemming from the ancient practices and Benedictine Spirit of the Church of England. Our Worship is at the center of our lives and forms the anchor for our prayer, study and outreach - in short it represents the core from which all other daily activities flow. Our liturgies are vehicles for the journey of faith and encounters with the Divine. They are also offerings of beauty that reveal God's grace and hope in the world. As a Cathedral, we seek to have our liturgies be as soaring and expansive as the space in which they are offered. They point to God through images of the heavenly banquet that invite and celebrate the incarnational nature of our faith in Christ.
Over the years, our forms of worship have included both traditional and contemporary expressions, and range from choral worship to services performed solely by our children. While The Book of Common Prayer is our mainstay we occasionally include alternative forms of Liturgy from various sources. As a church community, we embrace a variety of expressions of worship and wish to explore greater musical diversity , honoring traditions without being bound to them. Our one proviso is that we want them to be done creatively, and competently.