Legacy Gift Endowments

With full hearts, we are announcing legacy gifts to the Cathedral from the Keller and Stephens families. The 1884 Legacy Society was founded to invite and facilitate such gifts from those who believe in the mission and ministry of Trinity Cathedral and are committed to its future. In that spirit, the gifts described within have been made to the endowment.

Announcing Legacy Gifts to Trinity Cathedral

With full hearts, we are announcing legacy gifts to the Cathedral from the Keller and Stephens families. The 1884 Legacy Society was founded to invite and facilitate such gifts from those who believe in the mission and ministry of Trinity Cathedral and are committed to its future. In that spirit, the gifts described within have been made to the endowment.

Keller Legacy Endowment: $1,000,000

Given by Julie and Chris Keller to the glory of God, with thanksgiving for Trinity Cathedral. The annual “spend” (up to 5% of the endowment) will support ministries, facilities and program of the Cathedral without restriction.

Stephens Legacy Endowment: $1,000,000

Given by Harriet and Warren Stephens to the glory of God, with thanksgiving for Trinity Cathedral. The annual spend (up to 5% of the endowment) will support ministries, facilities and program of the Cathedral without restriction.

Stephens Music Endowment: $1,000,000

The annual spend from this fund is designated for special purposes above and beyond normal budgeted allotments, to enhance the musical life and program of the Cathedral.

Keller Building Fund: $1,000,000

The annual spend from this fund may be joined with Legacy Endowment income to support ministries, facilities, and program. If and when matched by other contributions, the assets and income may be applied to master planning, design, construction and program start-up costs to expand and enhance the Cathedral’s life and ministry.

Stephens Building Fund: $1,000,000

The annual spend from this fund may be joined with Legacy Endowment income to support ministries, facilities, and program. If and when matched by other contributions, the assets and income maybe applied to master planning, design, construction and program start-up costs to expand and enhance the Cathedral’s life and ministry.

The total is $5,000,000:

Initially, these combined funds may be expected to contribute up to $250,000 annually to sustain and enhance Cathedral ministries, facilities and programs. When, at the right time, the building funds are matched either separately, or in combination ($2,000,000), they are freed for use in facilities expansion or renovation.