Announcements
January 13th, 2022
Upcoming Events
Jan 7 to 26 Abstract Exhibition
Jan 16 - Peel Organ Concert 3:00 pm
Jan 29 - Art & Architecture Tour 3:00 pm
Feb 6 - Make & Take Lenten Workshop
Feb 16 - Annual Meeting
Feb 17 - Dean's Book Club
Mar 20 - Garfield Garden on the Corner

Notice
Jan 15-16 - Road Closures
Jan 17 - Trinity offices are closed
Now thru Jan 30 Mask Required
Weekly Schedule of Services

SUNDAY SERVICES
8am and 10am - Worship with Eucharist

10am - Live Stream Worship Service

12:00pm - Misa en Español

WEDNESDAY SERVICE
12:10pm - Worship with Eucharist

*Masks Required*
COVID-19 updates posted through email.
Questions can be emailed to the Trinity offices.
Worship
The Dean's Commentary

How priceless is your love, O God! Your people take refuge under the shadow of your wings.
Psalm 36:7


Dear Friends,

As we begin this New Year and immerse ourselves into new opportunities for worship, fellowship, and service, we are reminded this Sunday how much God truly loves us. Our Gospel reading focuses on the wedding feast at Cana, the site of Jesus’s first miracle. In that story, the young Jesus is urged by his mother to allow the wedding feast to continue, after the owners of the house declare that they have run out of wine. Jesus performs a miracle that allows the gathering to continue for many days to come.

We often hear the phrase at Trinity, “in the kingdom of abundance, there is always enough.” This Sunday’s reading attest to this reality.  As the life and ministry of Jesus becomes known to the world during this liturgical season, we are always reminded of the call of God upon our lives.  We have each been given gifts and talents to use for the glory of God in all we do. We have each been blessed by a God who loves us with a quality of love that is indeed priceless.

The Very Reverend Troy Mendez
Dean
Fellowship
Annual Meeting
Wednesday, February 16th at 6 pm
Atwood Hall

Notice is hereby given of the Annual Meeting of Trinity Cathedral to be held starting at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 16 in Atwood Hall.

Proposed items of business are: Treasurer’s Report for the Year 2021, Budget for the Year 2022, Report of the Nominating Committee and Elections for the 2022 Chapter, elections for Trinity’s deputies to diocesan convention, and Report of the Wardens.

Immediately before the meeting, dinner will be served. All are welcome!
Dean's Book Club -
This Band of Sisterhood
Thursday, February 17 at 6 pm
Conference Room

February's book discussion we'll read together "This Band of Sisterhood: Black Women Bishops on Race, Faith, and the Church," edited by Westina Matthews, who will join our discussion.

In the words of Church Publishing, "During this moment, with the #metoo movement, Black Lives Matter, and the increased feelings of division in our country, Black women clergy in the Episcopal Church have voiced a need to come together, believing that their experiences and concerns may be very different than those of other clergy. That need is answered here in This Band of Sisterhood.." Order your copy, begin reading the book, and join us for an evening of conversation and reflection.
Donate by Shopping!
Did you know you can support nonprofit organizations in your community just by shopping at Fry's? It's easy when you enroll in Fry's Community Rewards! To get started, sign up with your V.I.P Card, and select a local organization you wish to support. Once you're enrolled, you'll earn rewards for your chosen organization every time you shop and use your V.I.P Card! Go to Fry's Link for more details.

Shop your Amazon with all your purchases and Amazon donates to Trinity Cathedral. Visit this link for instructions to link your account to Trinity! Amazon Link
Guest Preacher: The Very Rev. Rebecca L. McClain, Trinity Cathedral Dean Emerita
Sunday, January 16, 8:00 and 10:00 a.m.
The Art and Architecture of Trinity Cathedral
Sunday, January 29, 3:00 p.m.
in the Cathedral

The Art and Architecture of Trinity Cathedral with Very Rev. Rebecca L. McClain, Trinity Cathedral Dean Emerita
One hundred years and several remodels later, Trinity Cathedral’s elegance and simplicity have been preserved and sustained by the faithful and beloved people of God who gather each week to worship, sing, pray and heal. Rev. McClain will lead a tour of this sacred space, sorting through the details—the architectural designs, colors, windows, organ, furnishings and various iterations of these hundred years.
“Make And Take” Lenten Gratitude Workshop
Sunday, February 6 11:15 a.m.
Atwood Hall

Mark your calendars and plan to attend a fun-filled and creative workshop hosted by Carolyn Warden and Dyane Welt. In this 1-hour workshop, you will be shown how to create 4 postcards expressing your gratitude throughout the period of Lent. One to take away and three which you will complete at home and bring back to church to share with Trinity members. No experience is necessary. All participants will receive a free kit to get you started. Appropriate for all ages.

Please Pre-Register by emailing attendance to Carolyn Warden by January 30th.
NEW DATE
Garfield Garden on the Corner
Sunday, March 20 12 – 3:00 p.m.
at Garfield Elementary School

Join us at Garfield Elementary School’s Garden on the Corner and enjoy paella, a classic Spanish rice dish, courtesy of award-winning Chef Doug Robson, owner of Gallo Blanco and Otro. During your visit, tour the Corner garden, meet Garfield students and Principal Sylvia Bernal, talk to Trinity member Kathryn Hudson about our Food Pantry partnership, see the 10 additional garden boxes provided by Trinity Cathedral, and meet the dozens of chickens each named by the school children. Trinity’s Olney Gallery director, Manny Burruel, will introduce you to his on-site mural, entitled “Grizzly Pride.”


Support for this event is provided by the Mollen Foundation.
Music At Trinity
Helen Peel Memorial
Organ Concert
Raúl Prieto Ramírez
THIS Sunday, January 16 3:00pm
Trinity Cathedral

This year’s Helen Peel Memorial Organ Concert features Spanish organist Raúl Prieto Ramírez, who currently serves as the Civic Organist and Artistic Director of the Spreckles Organ Society in San Diego.

He is the first Spanish organist in recent times to establish himself among the elites of the international concert scene. “His powerful personality, passionate expressiveness, gift for communication, and outstanding technique make him shine in a wide range of repertoire and styles” (Los Angeles Philharmonic).

On January 16 at Trinity Cathedral he will perform the works of Bach, Saint-Saens, Liszt, Sousa, Rimsky-Korsakov and Freddie Mercury.
Visual Arts
Work by: Carolyn Tolliver

January Olney Gallery Exhibit
Abstract Interpretations
Works by: Aimee Ollinger, Larry Nisula, and Carolyn Tolliver

First Friday reception,
January 7, 2022, 6:00pm - 9:00 pm

Exhibit Duration: January 4 to 26 2022
Business Hours:  Tuesday - Friday, 9am-4pm

Contact:
Manny Burruel
Abstract Interpretations
January Olney Gallery Exhibit 
First Friday reception January 7, 2022, 6:00pm - 9:00 pm

Aimee Ollinger, Larry Nisula, and Carolyn Tolliver present fresh and distinct perspectives through their abstract works.
Aimee Ollinger is a mixed media artist based in Phoenix. Through both microscopic and macroscopic lenses, Ollinger’s drawings dissect multiple layers of nature. These include landscapes, botanicals, fungi, coral reefs, and minerals. Ollinger subtly creates narratives that expose and inform us about the gracefulness and complexity of our organic landscapes and elements by resurfacing these delicate details of the natural world through an abstract interpretation. Ollinger received her BFA in Drawing from the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University.

Larry Nisula explores the permanence of materials in his show titled “Fugitive.” Nisula explains that “paper and pigment are chosen to stand the test of time. To not be fugitive, but given enough time, everything is fugitive, not just art.” Nisula is an instructor of printmaking at the Shemer Art Center in Phoenix.

Carolyn Tolliver tells a story through watercolor. In her series “Ageing Gracefully,” she uses the three primary colors and the color combinations created by mixing and layering. Art allows Tolliver to express her innermost feelings and share her awe of the world. Tolliver’s work has received awards from the Arizona Art Alliance, the Arizona State Fair, the Laveen Art League, the Phoenix Artist Guild, and the West Valley Arts Council.
From the Office
Road Closures
This weekend
January 15th and 16th

Road closures from ADOT:
I-17 closure between Northern and Peoria, recommendation to take19th or 35th avenues to travel beyond closure. ADOT Link

Road closures from Rock 'n' Roll Marathon:
Affected areas are 48th Street, S. Scottsdale, Phoenix Zoo, and Sky Harbor on Sunday the 16th from 6:30am to 12 noon. Race Map
New Mask Requirement
Trinity Cathedral will again require masks on Campus due to the increased spread of COVID-19.

Please use hand sanitizer located around campus and social distance to the best of your ability.

The CDC has updated guidelines and vaccinations and boosters are available for ages 12 and up.

CDC Link
To find information on Vaccinations Link
Trinity Offices Closed -
Monday, January 17th
Trinity Offices will be closed in celebration of Martin Luther King.

If you have a pastoral emergency, such as death, hospitalization or other emergency please call us:

Tel 480 719-9720
Pastoral Emergencies
Prayers of the People
We pray for all who serve the nation,
especially those in the armed forces. For refugees and all those affected by natural disasters, warfare, and civil unrest.

We give thanks for all those celebrating birthdays this week. We pray for,
Marcelina Morales, Kathleen O’Leary, Jan Hayes, Emily Britton, TJ Kuzell, Donna Platt, John Wickham, and Barbara Driscoll.

We pray for those who celebrate anniversaries,
Robert & Carol Okin

We pray for all who have died,
that they may have a place in your eternal kingdom.

And, we pray for the Ministry of,
SS Philip & James in Morenci and The Church of England

Trinity Cathedral
100 West Roosevelt Street
Phoenix, AZ 85003

Tel 602 254-7126
Trinity Office

Tel 480 719-9720
Pastoral Emergencies


Staff Email Directory

The Very Reverend Troy Mendez
Dean

The Reverend Canon Holly Herring
Baptism, Children, Youth, and
Newcomer Integration

The Reverend Rosa Brown
Hispanic Ministries

The Reverend Myra Kingsley
Deacon

Erik Goldstrom
Canon Musician

Mars Sarossy
Finance

Clarissa Ortiz
Membership, Facility and Events