Welcome to Trinity Cathedral! Our sacred scriptures call this a “house of prayer for all people.” Our Celtic ancestors believed heaven and earth are only three feet apart but in thin places, that distance is even shorter.” We affirm this to be a thin place where open-hearted people can experience the mystery, healing, and wholeness that accompany time spent in God’s presence.


We are custodians and guardians of this thin place—but not of the Spirit that draws us here. With open hearts, we open the doors of the Cathedral to all people. We remember that those who enter bring with them a thirst for things the world cannot give and with wounds and scars for which they seek healing.  Jesus said, “Come follow me.” We invite you to join us at Trinity, as together, we deepen, strengthen, and gain greater understanding of our own spiritual journeys leading toward wholeness, wisdom, and love.

For your convenience, we put everything you need to follow the Sunday worship services–hymns, prayers, rites, and readings–in a booklet. Come dressed in what makes you comfortable. You can sit, kneel, or stand. All are welcome to take the bread and wine of Holy Communion. To learn more about the beliefs and practices of the Episcopal Church, we invite you to visit www.episcopalchurch.org.

All regularly scheduled service are suspended at this time.

Current worship resources can be found here

Holy Eucharist

Sundays, 8:00 a.m.

A Holy Eucharist service of spoken word, without music.

Holy Eucharist

Sundays, 10:15 a.m.

A celebration of Holy Communion with organ, piano, choir, and instrumentalists.

Centering Prayer

Thursdays, 5:30 p.m.

A simple, contemplative practice where we sit with God with open hearts and minds, inviting God to work within us.

Spiritual Formation

Sundays, 9:00 a.m.

Gather with the Dean for discussion inspired by books, poetry, podcasts, and more.

Trinity Cathedral Easton

315 Goldsborough St.

Easton, MD  21601


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