Although the cornerstone that was laid years ago identified the church on Island Avenue as “Trinity Cathedral, 1929,” it was not until 87 years later in 2016 that Trinity Episcopal Church was officially designated Trinity Episcopal Cathedral for the Diocese of Nevada. 


Since those early beginnings, Trinity Episcopal Church has provided over 18,000 Sunday services, thousands of weddings and funerals, and hundreds of community musical concerts.  Trinity Episcopal Church has always served the City of Reno’s diverse populations for spiritual needs while maintaining a vibrant role in our city’s cultural growth. 



Our location in downtown Reno, along the Truckee River, places our elegant historical sanctuary in the heart of the rebirth of the urban residential, arts and cultural corridor of our beautiful city.


Welcome from the Dean — How we became Nevada’s Cathedral