DOK/Daughters of the King will meet next on Sunday, March 16 following the 11:15 a.m. service. All interested women are invited to the meeting to learn more about the group. Feel free to stop by and bring a lunch as we are reviewing the DOK National Study Guide. If you have any questions, please contact co-chairs Debbie Hunter or Marilyn McDonald.
The Trinity Urban Farm Team will hold its annual potluck supper at Trinity Commons at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, March 18 to talk about what we’ve accomplished so far and plan our upcoming season — our 9th! Everyone is welcome — team members, potential team members, and those merely curious about what we are doing. If you are able, please bring a dish to share. The farm, at 35th & Cedar, raises 3,000 pounds of produce each year to feed hungry people in our community. For more information, contact Anastasia Pantsios at email@example.com.
Marion-Sterling students will take their Ohio Achievement Assessments in mid-April. Trinity has committed to writing 100 personal notes of encouragement. Stop by the table in the promenade on Sunday, March 23 to pen your own. Personalized encouragement kits including pencils, mints and a handwritten note will be delivered to each student. Donations of new #2 pencils and bags of hard peppermint candies are also needed. Contact David Cratty with any questions.
Thursday, April 10
Doors open: 6 p.m.
The 2013-14 Urban Service Corps Fellows present a spaghetti dinner and talent show on April 10 at Trinity Cathedral. Proceeds support various nonprofits throughout the city of Cleveland through the Urban Service Corps. [Read more...]
Trinity Cathedral community members are invited to attend an Interfaith Passover Seder at Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple on Tuesday, April 8, 7-8:30 p.m. 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). [Read more...]
Feb. 28-April 18, 2014
Opening reception: Friday, Feb. 28 6-9 p.m.
Gadi Zamir’s oversized works of art draw one into a deeper way of seeing the world. Zamir brings his recycled wood canvasses to life by engraving with heat and then painting surreal imagery with earthy tones. His work of turning the discarded into the beautiful spills over into the details of the exhibit hall with handcrafted tables and counters, a custom-built stage, and distinctive architectural details.
On March 4 join us for Shrove Tuesday. Instead of the usual pancakes, we’ll celebrate this year with a New Orleans-style jambalaya dinner, Mardi Gras beads, mask-making and a live Dixieland band. Kids are welcome to join the Dean for a game of hide-and-seek in the Cathedral. Shrove Tuesday (the day before Ash Wednesday) marks the end of the season of Epiphany and is sometimes called Fat Tuesday. The penitential season of Lent begins the following day, so Shrove Tuesday is typically celebrated with fun and rich foods. Dinner begins at 6 p.m.; please register online or sign up in the piazza. Bring family members and friends. Donations will be accepted (suggested donations: $7/adult, $4/age 12 and younger).
DOK/Daughters of the King, meets Sunday, Feb. 16 following the 11:15 a.m. service. Feel free to bring lunch. The group is reviewing the DOK National Study Guide. All interested women are invited to the meeting and see what we are about. Questions? Contact co-chairs, Debbie Hunter or Marilyn McDonald.
June 15-22, 2014
For youth in grades 6-12
$100 non-refundable deposit to secure a spot, due by April 1
To register: Contact the Rev. Sahra Harding (firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-774-0409)
Youth will travel to Franklin, Pa. to work with others from St. John’s Episcopal Church and Mustard Seed Ministries. This is a ministry which serves to create awareness of systemic poverty in the Appalachian region of Northwestern Pennsylvania. Mission teams are offered the opportunity to study generational poverty while working side by side with community missioners. [Read more...]
Rufus Coley, building steward, has announced his resignation effective Feb. 12. Rufus is the Cathedral’s longest-standing member of the staff, having served Trinity Cathedral for more than 15 years. All are welcome to join in a celebration in honor of Rufus’ years of service on Wednesday, Feb. 12, from 4-6 p.m. at Trinity. Please RSVP to Doreen Hughes, 216-774-0415 or email@example.com. Bring your stories and favorite memories.
Wednesday, March 12 – Saturday, March 15 at Kanuga Conference Center, North Carolina
Click here to register
The New Community Clergy and Lay Conference will provide opportunities for clergy and lay people to explore mission in ethnic ministries. The New Community Conference is open to lay and clergy including young adults for whom there will be a forum.
This gathering of Asian, Black, Latino/Hispanic and Native American clergy and lay leaders will provide a safe place to share hopes and dreams, needs and concerns, gifts and ministries, suffering and joy in the context of being the New Community. [Read more...]
Lenten Retreats – Engaging the Wilderness
Saturday, March 8 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Saturday, April 5 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
$10 each Register: firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-774-0418
(Designed to be independent gatherings — come to one or both.)
Led by the Rev. Kay Rackley, Trinity’s Associate for Adult Education and Formation
The Wilderness is a central theme within the Judeo-Christian tradition. The paradigm for the spiritual journey conveyed in Scripture, contrary to the expectations of our culture, is that one must first experience the wilderness prior to arriving in “the promised land” or experiencing “resurrection.” In other words, there must be a time of intentional preparation if we are to experience the fullness of God’s grace — the radical healing of the human condition. [Read more...]
The annual Absalom Jones Feast Day and Celebration will be held at Trinity Cathedral on Sunday, Feb. 16 at 5 p.m. This yearly event celebrates the life of Jones who was born a slave, bought his freedom, and was later ordained in 1804 as the first African-American priest in The Episcopal Church. [Read more...]
Moving into the new year – with spirit is the theme of the Wednesday, Feb. 4 Sacred Space meeting from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Please bring a journal or notebook. Sacred Space meets the first Tuesday of each month and all are welcome to join the group at any time. For more information, contact Charlotte Nichols or the Rev. Kay Rackley.
Tuesday, Jan. 28 and Thursday, Jan. 30 7-9 p.m. at Trinity Cathedral
Due to weather conditions, this event has been rescheduled for Sunday, Feb. 9 2-5 p.m.
The 20s/30s group is invited to gather for a two-part movie night. We will be exploring the faith motif in the classic cult movie Blade Runner. We will watch the first half of the movie on Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 7 p.m., discuss, and then watch the second half on Thursday, Jan. 30 from 7-9 p.m. and discuss. Join in for some or all of the event! [Read more...]