Approximately seventy million dollars is needed to restore the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Port of Spain.
This was revealed by His Lordship, The Right Reverend Claude Berkely, Bishop of Trinidad and Tobago as he issued an appeal for donations.
The Holy Trinity Cathedral, a National Heritage Site Asset of the National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago is in dire need of restoration works to repair and refurbishment emanating out of the 2018 earthquake which damaged the exterior and interior of the structure.
The Cathedral was built in 1818 and is one of the city’s oldest surviving structures.
During the launch to parishioners of the Diocese recently, Bishop Berkely, said the Holy Trinity Cathedral is the Mother Church of the Anglican Diocese and the magnificent spiritual home in the capital city and is of great significance to the tapestry of Trinidad and Tobago.