Trinity Cathedral is located at
100 W Roosevelt St
Phoenix, AZ 85003
NW corner of 1st Ave and Roosevelt St
VISITING TRINITY CATHEDRAL
Phones are answered and the Cathedral is open 9AM to 4PM, Monday through Friday (9 to 3, June through August).We are closed on holidays and the week between Christmas and New Year's Day.
Personal staff schedules vary, so please call the office during the week to schedule an appointment if you need to meet with a specific individual or if you need to stop by the church outside of office hours. We are always glad to see you!
DRIVING TO THE CATHEDRAL
From the East
- Take the I-10 West, and exit onto 7th Street. Turn, left on 7th Street and drive south to the next traffic light, which will be Roosevelt Street. Turn right onto Roosevelt and drive approximately 1/2 mile past Central and First Avenues. You will see the Cathedral on your right. Turn right onto the drive just past the Cathedral, turn right, and come around to the back (north) side of the building to the garage.
From the West
- Take the I-10 West, and exit onto 7thAvenue. Turn right onto 7thAvenue and drive south to the next traffic light, which will be Roosevelt Street. Turn left onto Roosevelt and drive approximately 1/2 mile to just before Central Avenue. You will see the Cathedral on your left. Turn left onto the drive just past the Cathedral, turn right, and come around to the back (north) side of the building to the garage.
Parking is available in the garage just north of the Cathedral off southbound Central Avenue and in on-street spaces in the surrounding neighborhood.
Trinity Cathedral is located just north of the heart of downtown Phoenix in the middle of the Roosevelt Row arts district. You can easily find us at the intersection of the northwest corner of First Avenue and Roosevelt Street
Bridging the boundary between the burgeoning Evans-Churchill and historic Roosevelt neighborhoods, the community surrounding the Cathedral campus has undergone a resurgence of new development in the past six years, most notably with the completion of the distinctive Roosevelt Square apartments and pedestrian-oriented retail establishments. More new residential, small business, and arts-oriented development is planned for the downtown Phoenix community.