We are a community of people learning to know and follow Jesus more and more deeply. Through programs, groups, and fellowship, we are invited to connect our faith with our daily lives.
Sundays | 9:30-10:15 am | Clarkson Conference Room
A free-flowing discussion exploring the connections between faith, spirituality, and contemporary events. The adult forum is Sunday mornings at 9:30 am in the Clarkson Conference Room. Look for additional information in bulletin inserts and the Cathedral Matters newsletter. Walk-ins are always welcome!.
Wednesdays | 10:30-11:30 am & 6:00-7:00 pm | Clarkson Conference Room
When special series aren’t happening, join us to explore the history, meaning, and relevance of books of the bible. Bible Study is most Wednesday mornings at 10:30 am and Wednesday evenings at 6:00 pm. Look for additional information in bulletin inserts and the Cathedral Matters newsletter. Walk-ins are always welcome!
Trinity Together seeks to build deeper connections and relationships among all of Trinity’s members, especially families of all kinds. Whether it is attending a sporting event or art performance, watching a movie, or exploring the Omaha area, these events and gatherings are a chance to get to know one another more fully. Information will be in bulletin inserts and the Cathedral Matters newsletter.
Trinity 101 is an introduction to the Episcopal Church and Trinity Cathedral. This is the required course for any adult who would like to formally become a member of Trinity Cathedral, and is also appropriate for anyone who wants to know more about the Christian faith and the Episcopal Church. Look for scheduling information in bulletin inserts and the Cathedral Matters newsletter.
Collecting, protecting, and sharing memorabilia of Trinity Cathedral’s vast history is the goal of the Trinity Cathedral Historical Society. The society holds monthly meetings and hosts an annual Festive Open House in December, featuring the museum rooms in full seasonal décor. Private tours of the museum and the cathedral may be arranged. Contact the Cathedral Office for more information.