Pastoral Visitors

Church connections are maintained through these volunteers who regularly call and visit those who are homebound.

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Children’s Church

Children celebrate their own Liturgy of the Word beginning at 9:45 a.m. in the lower level of the parish hall and rejoin their families at the offertory. There are two programs: 

Preschool Children through age 5 gather in the Children’s Chapel and listen to a story each week using a modified Godly Play method. The children sit in a circle with a storyteller who quietly shares a story using props such as a desert box, wooden figures, felt pieces, and other materials. The storyteller then invites the children to wonder about the story and to expand on their responses though art, puzzles, books, or other playful “work”. 

Elementary Children ages 6 and older gather in the double classroom where they explore God’s promises in their lives through a curriculum designed for Episcopalians, Weaving God’s Promises. Class sessions are structured around the Holy EucharistGathering, Telling the Sacred Story (Liturgy of the Word), Prayer (Prayers of the People), Sharing (Holy Communion), and Sending Forth. Within this structure there are creative projects, engaging stories, play, and snacks accompanied by earnest discussion.

Junior and Senior High Students are invited to assist with the young children.

Following their lessons, all children come together to celebrate with music through the leadership of Ron May, Director of Music Ministries. They participate in services on special occasions—on All Saints Day in procession dressed as Saints, on Christmas Eve in a pageant, and on other occasions to sing.

A faithful team of teachers are committed to children’s Christian formation with the understanding that it is a lifelong process, happening in community and shaping all of us into the people God created us to be.

We welcome all children and encourage parishioners to invite families with children to join us—as well as grandparents to bring their grandchildren. This is a gift to share.

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Churches United Dinners

Trinity Cathedral is one of approximately 50 churches participating in the Churches United of the Quad City Area Meal Site Program.

Our meal site has been at Zion Lutheran Church at 8th and Marquette Streets in Davenport. Meals are provided five times annually, on the third Monday of March, May, July, September, and November.

Volunteers shop for and prepare the food, then deliver and serve it. Food prep volunteers are asked to arrive at the church by 1 p.m. Volunteers for delivering meals should arrive at the Church by 5:30 p.m.

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Saturday Morning Bible Study

This group is open to all who are interested in Bible study.

Meetings are held on Saturday morning via Zoom. The discussion is preceded by Morning Prayer from 8:30 – 9:00.

For information and Zoom link, contact Greg Braid.

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Order of St. Luke the Physician

Members of the Order of St. Luke the Physician meet to study Scripture, especially the biblical stories of the healing miracles, as well as other books on Christian healing, and engage in healing prayer. All are welcome to join this healing ministry.

The order maintains a website for additional information: http://dev.orderofstluke.org/

Contact the church office for additional information.

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PUNCH ( People Uniting Neighbors and Churches) was formed in 2004 by the churches in the Brady Hill neighborhood of Davenport. The group was formed to make our neighborhood a better place to work, worship and live in.

Click here for more information about PUNCH!

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