Trinity Cathedral community members are invited to attend an Interfaith Passover Seder at Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple in Beachwood, on Wednesday, April 5, 7:00-8:30 pm. This evening will consist of a retelling of the Israelites’ redemption from Egypt, an explanation of many of the customs related to Passover and their significance, as well as a small sampling of traditional foods used at a Passover Seder (this is not a meal). After the Seder, visitors can tour the building and view the temple’s Judaica collection.
Led by Canon Kay Rackley, this retreat is for those who are new to the Episcopal Church and want to learn more. It will also prepare those who seek to be received or confirmed in the Episcopal Church. The retreat is free, but please register in advance by Thursday, October 6 in order for Canon Rackley to have an accurate headcount for ordering food. Please email Ginger Bitikofer with any questions or to buy the book used for the retreat, Those Episkopols by Dennis Maynard. The book costs $11, and a few copies are available to borrow. The retreat will be held at Trinity…
Join us at the 9:00 a.m. service for a rocking service with the Gateway Band, playing the hits of 2016 inductees including: Everything Works if You Let It by Cheap Trick, Chicago’s, Does Anybody Really Know what Time it is?, Deep Purple’s, Space Truckin’, Fly Like An Eagle by Steve Miller, and more!
March 27 8:00 a.m. If you plan to attend the Easter Vigil at 6 AM on March 27, please stay afterward for our annual Easter breakfast. Luna Bakery & Café will cater a delicious hot meal for us, after the Vigil concludes. If you prefer to attend the 9 AM service, come for breakfast with your Trinity friends before the service, at 8 AM. Reservations are requested, and donations will be accepted at the door (suggested $5 for adults, $3 for children). Bring a friend or family member. Please register here, or sign up in the Piazza on Sundays.
On Wednesday, March 23 at 6 p.m. join us for Tenebrae, one of the very special services of the liturgical year. The name Tenebrae, the Latin word for “darkness” or “shadows,” has for centuries been applied to the ancient monastic night and early morning services of the last three days of Holy Week, which in medieval times came to be celebrated on the preceding evenings. By drawing upon material from each of the former three offices of Tenebrae, this service provides a meditation upon, and a prelude to, the events in Jesus’ life between the Last Supper and the Resurrection.
Last Supper, Potluck, Garden of Repose and Vigil On Maundy Thursday, March 24, we commemorate the Last Supper Jesus shared with his apostles in Jerusalem before his crucifixion on Good Friday. At 6 p.m., all are welcome to Cathedral Hall for a ritualized potluck meal. We will break bread together and share Eucharist as a community.
Trinity Cathedral invites you to observe Holy Week and celebrate Easter with us: Trinity’s labyrinth will be available for public walks from Monday, March 30 through 3 p.m. on Good Friday. PALM SUNDAY, MARCH 20 The Very Rev. Tracey Lind, preaching 8 a.m. Early Eucharist 9 a.m. Mostly Jazz Mass 11:15 a.m. Choral Eucharist
Trinity Cathedral community members are invited to attend an Interfaith Passover Seder at Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple on Tuesday, April 5, 7-8:30 p.m. If you have any questions or wish to make a reservation, contact Ginger Bitikofer at (216) 774-0407 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for reservations is Wednesday, March 29; space is limited to 10 people.
The Rev. Janet Vincent Lenten Retreat: Finding God in All — Spiritual Practices for the Hungry Heart March 5, 2016, 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM Cost is $50.00 — Pay by cash or check at the door Registration is required: Register Now Breakfast muffins and coffee/tea and lunch are provided. Scholarships are available. Questions or comments contact the Rev. Canon Kay Rackley This retreat day will offer participants ways to use their imaginations in developing a “rule of life” by exploring spiritual practices that can open us more fully to God and each other. The broader purpose of this day is to…