Trinity Cathedral celebrated Shrove Tuesday this year with a New Orleans-style jambalaya dinner, Mardi Gras beads, mask-making and a live Dixieland band. [Read more...]
Nana Charlton, Trinity’s Food Services Coordinator, has announced her resignation effective March 9. She needs to be closer to home. Nana has been a valuable asset to the Cathedral’s ministry and a wonderful member of the Cathedral community; she will be missed. To honor Nana’s request, we are not throwing a send-off. However, please take a moment to stop by the kitchen with your well-wishes. [Read more...]
Trinity Cathedral clergy took to the streets on Ash Wednesday, March 5, to mark the beginning of the holy season of Lent by giving “Ashes to Go.”
“Church is not about what goes on within the four walls of a building,” says the Rev. Canon Will Mebane of Trinity Cathedral. [Read more...]
Nate Reuter has joined Trinity Cathedral as a part-time Hospitality Coordinator working at the front desk. Nate completed the Patagonia National Outdoor leadership school, and has served in various capacities (unit director, adventure program director, expedition staff leader) at summer camps. He is committed to sustainability, having completed his bachelor’s in Environmental Studies with minors in Environmental Biology and Mathematics from NYU. Nate is currently a post-bachelor, pre-med student, at Cleveland State University.
The minutes of the January vestry meeting are available below. They include the election of a new vestry member, preliminary discussion of Trinity’s bicentennial celebration, and more. [Read more...]
On March 5, Trinity holds three Ash Wednesday services: 7:30 a.m., noon and 6 p.m. Eucharist will be celebrated with imposition of ashes at all services. Trinity Cathedral Choir will sing at the 6 p.m. service. The Rev. Canon Will Mebane preaches at the 7:30 service; the Very Rev. Tracey Lind preaches at both the noon and 6 p.m. service. Following the 6 p.m. service, join us for a simple Lenten meal ($5 donation) in Cathedral Hall. Wednesday evening programs are canceled for the night and will resume on Wednesday, March 12.
Several books of the Hebrew Bible, the Old Testament, defy easy moral category. They are not really law, not really history, and not really prophecy. While they offer some practical wisdom, some of their passages cannot really be understood as moral example for us, either. They are the Books of Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Job, and The Song of Solomon. [Read more...]
Trinity Cathedral and Trinity Commons’ operating hours are being consolidated to maximize building usage and reduce overhead. New hours as outlined below are effective March 1, 2014. Space users wishing to utilize the building before or after normal operating hours, please call 216-774-0414 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for rates. Please note that the new hours do not impact Cafe Ah-Roma or Subway; check with each for their hours of operation. [Read more...]