A Trinity member is in need of an upright vacuum cleaner. If you have one that you can give, please contact Ginger Bitikofer, 216-774-0407 or email@example.com.
When you give, you should give generously from the heart…if you do works of mercy, let it be because you enjoy doing them.” Romans 12:8-9
Members of the Trinity Cathedral community are invited to post, confidentially, specific tasks with which they need assistance: finding a roommate, getting a ride to the doctor’s office, help with grocery shopping or meal preparation, etc. Conversely, individuals willing to offer services i.e. painting, yard-work, rides, shopping, making telephone calls, computer assistance, etc. are invited to do the same. If you have requests or an offer of help, please fill out this form. If have questions, please contact Ginger Bitikofer.
Two of our senior members have moved into a hotel (near the Cleveland airport) after a fire in their apartment building. They need assistance with prepared meals, meal delivery and shopping, for several weeks. If you are able to help, please contact Ginger Bitikofer, 216-774-0407 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
John Church, Trinity member and the Cathedral’s former interim chief operating officer, works with the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) and is looking for families interested in hosting a high school international exchange student for five or 10 months beginning this August.
Whether you have children of your own or not, you could serve as a host. [Read more...]
Our campus minister knows a CSU student who will be staying in Cleveland during the university’s winter break, mid-December through mid-January. If there are any members of the Trinity community who would like to invite this young man to a meal or holiday activity, please contact the Rev. Sahra Harding, email@example.com, 216-774-0409.
I place and support international exchange students in homes and schools in our area through CIEE ciee.org/highschool). I am looking for a 2011-2012 host family for a South Korean boy who has not been placed for next year. He sounds like a special young man, and he is Anglican!
Geonhee is a 16 year old boy from South Korea. “I have an effervescent personality. I’m very active.” He enjoys photography, Taekwondo, basketball, soccer, and swimming, He is looking forward to basketball while in the US. He has one older sister. Geonhee attends Ghandi School, an alternative style school with an educational philosophy of nonviolence and community spirit. He is excited to cook traditional Korean food for his host family. GPA: 3.6 Program Length: 10 months Allergies: None
Wouldn’t it be great to have an Anglican boy from South Korea with a philosophy of non-violence and community spirit as part of Trinity’s community next year! Think what a benefit he would be to us and especially our youth group. Think what a benefit we would be to him. That’s why I am asking for your help in finding a host family for him among Trinity’s members and friends. Maybe you could host him! I have other students available for placement if Geonhee is not the right fit.
Contact John Church at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested or if you have questions.