Rich in diversity, historic Trinity Cathedral serves the entire downtown San Jose community. Our motto is “a place at God’s table for everyone.” We hope that you’ll visit Trinity and take your place at the table.

Giving: Ingathering and Stewardship 2018

Why We Give Stewardship is about responsibly sharing the gifts that we have gratefully received from God.  At Trinity we rely on financial gifts from members and guests to support our ministries and mission. We ask you to make a formal annual pledge in whatever amount...

Local Saints Included in Episcopal Liturgial Calendar

General Convention accepted resolutions from six dioceses to include El Camino Real's saints in the Episcopal liturgical calendar. The memory of the Rev. Peter Williams Cassey, his wife Annie Besant Cassey and her mother, Henrietta Lockwood were adopted into the...

Impact of Our Local Saints on San Jose

Standing Witness – Peter & Anna Cassey, Henrietta Lockwood SJSU 4-18-15 talk given by Rev. Jerry Drino Against the Odds April 18, 1865.  The Civil War is over.  Shock is gripping the country as news spreads that President Abraham Lincoln died three days ago.  San Jose...

Carillon Project 2014

A Brief History Trinity’s historic bells have been witness to major events in downtown San Jose since the first five bells were given by the children of  Trinity’s Sunday School in 1880. Since then the bells have rung out to the Glory of God and in celebration of...

Trinity Cathedral Upgrades Its Bells

San Jose Mercury News - 11/06/2013 Trinity Cathedral in downtown San Jose does not have the tallest bell tower in the Bay Area. It does not have the most bells. It feels more like a historic church than an elaborate cathedral, a wood-paneled refuge rather than a...

Sunday Services

8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist Rite I

10:30 a.m. Sunday School for Children

10:30 a.m. Choral Eucharist Rite II