On Feb. 10, 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 Kay Rackley preaches, and the Very Rev. Tracey Lind presides at all services. Following the 6 p.m. service, join us for a simple Lenten meal ($5 donation) in Cathedral Hall. Wednesday evening programs will resume on Feb. 17.
Position Available: Communications Manager
Trinity Cathedral is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Position Description: Trinity Cathedral seeks an experienced and motivated individual for the full-time position of Communications Manager. The Communications Manager is responsible for day-to-day planning and execution of a comprehensive, strategic communications and marketing program for Trinity Cathedral and Trinity Commons, guided by the Cathedral’s mission, vision, and values. This position is also responsible for communications and marketing activities of Music & Art at Trinity, a separate 501(c)(3) nonprofit entity. [Read more…]
Dear sisters and brothers in Christ,
Today’s statement from the Primates’ meeting, while not entirely unexpected, is deeply disappointing to me, as I suspect it may be to many of you. In the same breath that it professes a “unanimous desire to walk together,” it announced a decision “requiring that for a period of three years The Episcopal Church no longer represent [the Anglican Communion] on ecumenical and interfaith bodies, should not be appointed or elected to an internal standing committee and that while participating in the internal bodies of the Anglican Communion, they will not take part in decision making on any issues pertaining to doctrine or polity.” [Read more…]
It is with mixed emotion that I write to tell you that April Miller has tendered her resignation as Director of Communications effective the end of this month. April will be moving on to the Cleveland Clinic. We are sad to see her go, yet wish her every happiness in her new endeavor.
During her five-year tenure, April has been a consummate professional and a valuable member of the Trinity team. [Read more…]
What is Lent Madness? It’s a fun, engaging way for everyone to learn about the men and women who are included in the Church’s Calendar of Saints, during the season of Lent (this year, beginning Wednesday, Feb. 10). Here’s the format: 32 “saints” are placed into a tournament-like single elimination bracket. Biographical information about each of the saints is shared and people vote for their favorite saints, on the Lent Madness website or using Facebook or Twitter. Things get more interesting in subsequent rounds— we find out a little more about the semifinal and final contenders– and ultimately one saint earns the coveted Golden Halo. [Read more…]
Trinity member Marilyn McDonald died Friday, Dec. 18 following a long illness. She is survived by her daughter Mimi McDonald, sisters Louise Cobb Phillips and Gretel Cobb Webster (Dennis), three nieces and three nephews.
A long-time member of the Cathedral, Marilyn was also a faithful member of the Daughters of the King. [Read more…]
Trinity member Mary Lou Calhoun died Tuesday, Dec. 15, after a long illness; she was 73. Mary Lou is survived by husband Ora Calhoun; son Stephan Calhoun (Pam); daughters Heather Ransom (Jon) and Michelle Pomfrey (Mark); and seven grandchildren. [Read more…]
Joyfully and thankfully, we announce that 245 out of 444 parishioners have pledged $582,000 thus far. THE CAMPAIGN IS STILL OPEN. We are waiting to hear from the 51 households who pledged for 2015 and have not yet turned in their 2016 pledges. And most of all, we look forward to hearing from all households who DID NOT pledge in 2015. Let’s be #ALLinTRINITY for the holidays. Pledge online or contact Tony Wesley.
Trinity member Sammy Ross Catania died Tuesday, Dec. 1. He is survived by his wife, Roberta Rocco.
His funeral will be held on Saturday, Dec. 12 at 10 a.m. at Trinity Cathedral. The Very Rev. Tracey Lind will officiate. Family will receive visitors at 9:30 a.m. [Read more…]
A note from the Rev. Jay Sidebotham, guest preacher at Trinity Cathedral on Dec. 6, 2015.
Several firsts for me this past weekend. I was invited by a friend and colleague, Tracey Lind, to teach and preach at the cathedral in Cleveland, where she ably and artfully serves as Dean. I’ve known of her courageous and creative work for years, in Cleveland and other places, I was pleased and honored to see the place in action for the first time, a vibrant, diverse, inclusive community. In my experience, church isn’t always like that. [Read more…]