Learn more about Education for Ministry (EfM) and enroll for the coming year during the EfM open house on Sunday, Aug. 31. Jim Bolce and Toni Ponzo, Trinity’s EfM mentors, will be in Conference Room B between the eight and ten o’clock services and again after the ten o’clock, to enroll new and old EfM students for the coming year. EfM is an adult education program that provides basic training in the Bible, church history, and theology to develop the skills that lay people need to carry out their ministry as baptized Christians. If you are interested, stop in or contact Jim.
As we begin our new program year, we invite our Trinity community (newcomers, too) to consider joining a liturgical ministry. What are liturgical ministries? These are ministries that are involved with our liturgy, or worship. Our liturgical ministries include: Flower Guild, Altar Guild (also known as sacristans), Acolytes, Ushers, Lectors (those who read the scriptures) and Intercessors (those who read the prayers). [Read more...]
Trinity’s part-time Health and Wellness Minister, Terrie Doboze, has announced her retirement, effective Sept. 21. As our parish nurse for the past five years, Terrie has offered health consultations, first aid and educational resources to those in need on Sunday mornings. She also has accompanied parishioners to doctor appointments and emergency rooms and made home and hospital visits. As Terrie told the Dean in a meeting last week, it has been a great ministry but she is now ready to slow down and spend more time with her spouse and family. [Read more...]
Many Cathedral nave chairs are “wounded”! Could you help by sponsoring a chair repair or two? The cost is small–$100 per chair. In return, your donation will be recognized on the back of YOUR repaired chair(s). And you can write your own inscription! It can be whatever inspires you–a phrase, quote and/or tribute.
Open House and Ice Cream Social: Sept. 7, 10:10 a.m.
The third floor of Trinity Cathedral is being revamped into the Youth & Family Ministries Center. Stop by Sunday, Sept. 7 at 10:10 a.m. to tour the new space. Enjoy ice cream, music, games, prizes and meet Youth & Family Formation Intern Christopher Decatur as well as Sunday School and Youth Group leaders. [Read more...]
A new parking lot automation system has been installed in the Trinity Cathedral parking lot (located on Prospect Avenue). The new parking lot rules and rates are being rolled out beginning Friday, Aug. 15 and will be fully in place by Monday, Sept. 1.
While there are new protocols in place, what remains the same is that parking will continue to be free for church attendees, staff, and guests of the Cathedral and the Diocese of Ohio offices, who come to the Trinity campus for on-site meetings or worship services. [Read more...]
Training for lectors will be offered on the following dates:
Sunday, Aug. 24: 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 28: 12:45 – 2:15 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 4: 10:30 am – noon
If you would like to attend this training for volunteers who read the scripture in worship services, please attend one of the sessions or contact Judy Eckelmeyer at email@example.com.
By Sabrina Eaton, Plain Dealer Washington Reporter
Since some of the feedback on my blog about the Gay Games has cited biblical objections to homosexuality, I figured I might benefit from attending church this Sunday. Read the article on Cleveland.com.
Worshippers were greeted by a rainbow colored flag waving in the sunlight at Sunday services at Trinity Cathedral Episcopal Church in downtown Cleveland. Today, there are some extra special visitors who have come here – athletes from the Gay Games from thousands of miles away. Read more and see the video on the WOIO Channel 19 Action News website.
Aug. 9-16, 2014
The Gallery at Trinity
Love Makes a Family is a museum-quality traveling exhibit including photographs and interviews with families that have lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) members. Through first-person accounts and positive images, this exhibit seeks to challenge and change damaging myths and stereotypes about LGBT people and their families. The exhibit is co-sponsored by Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral and Campus District, Inc.