At Trinity, we believe Stewardship is more than just an annual giving campaign. Our vision is for Trinity Cathedral to reap and enjoy an abundance of our parish’s time, talents, and treasures to support the mission of Christ’s church within our parish community.

“Fundraising is a form of ministry. It is a way of announcing our vision and inviting other people into our mission…it is proclaiming what we believe in such a way that we offer other people an opportunity to participate with us in our vision and mission.”


You are welcome to contact us anytime to discuss your dedication to Trinity through sharing your own time, talents, and treasure. If you would like more information about making a planned gift through the Trinity Foundation, please click here.

2024 Stewardship Campaign

Our Community, Your Community


Click here to make your 2024 financial pledge

Click here to make your time and talents commitment



Campaign Kickoff

Sunday, October 1

Join us at 10:00 a.m. in Satterlee Hall for a celebration of giving.


Commitment Sunday

Sunday, November 5

Join us as we celebrate how our time, talents and treasures can make a difference in our community and in the world.

A message from the Dean

Possessive pronouns are curious things. We use the same little words for mere things that belong to us – “Hey, that’s my coffee!” “May I pet your dog?” “Would you like to come out in our boat?” – that we use for the relationships and places that shape us and define us – “May I introduce my wife?” “Thank you for welcoming me into your home!” “Won’t you come with us to our church?”

The theme for Trinity’s 2024 Annual Stewardship campaign is “Our Community, Your Community.” Make no mistake, when we speak of the Cathedral as “our community,” we’re not describing something that belongs to us like a mug, or a pet, or a hobby. Rather, we’re describing the place where we ourselves belong – the place where God claims us, consecrates us, and equips us for His service.

And if this is the sense in which Trinity is “our community,” then to every single soul we meet we must extend the invitation: “Come and make this your community, too.” That’s not us giving them a little piece of something we own. That’s Christ Jesus, through us, calling them to receive here that same gift we have received: the grace of the Holy Spirit in this place to know God, to love God, and to serve the world in God’s name.

Trinity is Our Community, Your Community. May we give freely and joyfully to support, sustain, and strengthen it, for freely and joyfully God’s love has been given to us here.

The Very Reverend Dane Boston
Dean of Trinity Cathedral