A TRADITIONAL church for NON-traditional people
our SERVICE TIMES
8:30 AM | Said Service
& 10:30 AM | Choral Service
12:05 PM | Holy Eucharist in the Chapel
JOIN US ANY SUNDAY AT 10:30AM
What to EXPECT
Style: We are a traditional church for non-traditional people. For all our services of Holy Eucharist, we follow the Rite II (except during Advent and Lent) liturgy from The Book of Common Prayer. We also have a rich choral tradition at Trinity Cathedral and the Trinity Cathedral Choir leads us in singing.
Liturgy: Our Sunday services usually include an opening procession, singing, readings from Scripture, a sermon, prayer for ourselves and others, and the Eucharist also known as Communion. If you are new to a formalized way of prayer and worship, the bulletin will help guide you every step of the way.
Reverence: During the service, you may notice others kneeling or standing, making the sign of the cross, or other movement throughout the service. We encourage your participation with out any concern or worry about “getting it right.” Worship is never about perfection, but drawing our attention closer to God.
Connect: We would like to connect with you when you visit! You are warmly invited to join us for Coffee Hour following our Sunday service at 10:30 am. Please fill out the visitor card and drop it in the offering plate so that we connect with you following the service you attend.
No. All are welcome to join us at any of our services. If you’re passing through Pittsburgh, please feel free to stop by as well. All baptized Christians, regardless of age or denomination, are welcome to take Communion at Trinity Cathedral.
Kids are an important part of the worshiping community at Trinity Cathedral. We encourage children to participate in all parts of the community's worship. Near the pulpit on the right side of the church, there is a children’s area that provides our youngest members with a full view of the altar area. Kids are invited to move, play, and participate as we worship together. Should you need to step out with your child, the children’s area provides easy access to nearby restrooms and the parish hall. More information can be found in our FAQ section.
Our 8:30 am service is a peaceful, quiet service that includes a sermon and Communion with no music. We gather in St. Mary’s Chapel and the service lasts about 40 minutes.
Our 10:30 am service is a traditional, sung Holy Eucharist service that includes the organ, Trinity Cathedral Choir, a sermon, and Communion. Families and children are welcome. This service is also available online.
On Sundays limited street parking is available for free downtown. Discounted ($1) parking is available on Sundays at the nearby Oliver, Mellon Square, and Smithfield garages.
Please remember to stamp your parking ticket when you arrive at the Cathedral or when you leave. To receive the discount you will need your parking ticket stamped and pay the $1 fee in cash at the attendant’s window.
During the week parking is available at many garages and with limited street parking. www.ParkPGH.org offers a map of the area parking garages with real-time updates on the number of available spaces.
Public Transportation: Numerous Port Authority Bus Routes stop near and in front of Trinity Cathedral on Sixth Ave. Trinity Cathedral is within walking distance of the Wood Street and Steel Plaza T stops Downtown.