The Boar’s Head Festival is a volunteer-run, 55 year-old Elizabethan Christmas experience. It has been a Cleveland tradition at Trinity Cathedral since 1960, celebrating the birth of Christ, and his Light entering the world. Extend your Christmas with us! Info line: 216-771-3630, ext. 392.
Trinity’s Women’s Group will visit the “Violins of Hope” exhibit at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood on Sunday, Dec. 13. Other Trinity members and friends are invited to join the group outing, after the 11:15 service. Attendees will have lunch at Trinity, about 12:30 p.m. (bring a brownbag lunch or pick up some food from Cafe Ah-Roma or Subway), and then depart for the museum; car-pooling will be available. Find out more about the Maltz Museum. Questions? Contact Debbie Hunter, or Ginger Bitikofer, 216-774-0407.
5 p.m. Family Eucharist and Pageant
The Very Rev. Tracey Lind, preaching
10:30 p.m. Prelude
Carols for choir, organ and trumpet
Trinity Cathedral Choir
Nicholas Haigh, organ
David Duro, trumpet
Friday, December 25
10 a.m. Eucharist with Carols
The Very Rev. Tracey Lind, preaching
Boar’s Head and Yule Log Festival
Saturday, December 26
3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
8 a.m. Early Eucharist
10 a.m. A service of Lessons and Carols with Holy Eucharist
Please note Trinity will only hold two services on the Sunday following Christmas.
On Sunday, Nov. 29 all ages will come together for intergenerational activities, 10:10-11 a.m. Children and youth will report to their classrooms as usual and will join the activities with their teachers. Attendees can make Advent wreaths with fresh greens and candles; we will have all the supplies needed for this (donations to help defray costs are appreciated). People who have wreath forms at home from previous years are encouraged to bring these back to use for this year’s wreaths. There will also be refreshments and some take-home materials for the Advent season.
Cathedral Concerts Welcomes The Go-Go’s Former Lead Singer April 5 at 8PM
CLEVELAND (November 3, 2015) – Cathedral Concerts, recognized by the Cleveland Plain Dealer as “one of the most unusual (and diverse) endeavors to hit the city in some time,” is presenting Belinda Carlisle – former lead singer of The Go-Go’s for an intimate performance at the gorgeous Trinity Cathedral on Tuesday, April 5 at 8:00 p.m.
Ms. Carlisle has had a wildly successful career dating back to The Go-Go’s debut album release in 1981. Beauty and the Beat, featuring the hits “We Got The Beat” and “Our Lips Are Sealed,” is considered one of the cornerstone albums of the “new wave” era. The album broke The Go-Go’s wide and far and was responsible for paving the way for a host of other new American acts in the genre. The album went to #1 in the USA and marked the first time an all-female band who wrote their own music and played their own instruments achieved a No. 1 album. [Read more…]
Trinity Cathedral will be a partner site for the 2016 Trinity Institute: Listen for a Change
Jan. 21-23, 2016
Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015
Trinity’s Sacred Space group will remember “those we love but see no longer” at its November meeting. Fall is a beautiful time, and it is also a time of letting go and allowing things to die so that new life may come in another season. What is dying in your life right now? What needs to die in your life right now? Please bring a symbol, poem, or piece of art to share with the group as we celebrate the beauty and the sadness that are both a part of this time of year. For more information on Sacred Space, contact Charlotte Nichols or the Rev. Canon Kay Rackley.
Painesville native and CIM graduate Tom Trenney has built a national reputation as a superb organists and choral conductor. Concertos by Handel and Stephen Paulus, and improvisations on poems by Shel Silverstein.
Honoring the Charles H. Teare and Clifford K. Kern Music Fund
Sunday, Nov. 1 at noon at Trinity
Bishop Michael Curry of the Diocese of North Carolina was elected as The Episcopal Church’s 27th Presiding Bishop at General Convention in Salt Lake City and will be installed as Presiding Bishop on Nov. 1 at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. We’ll gather at Trinity to watch the installation. Bring lunch if you like. Organized by the Daughters of the King. Questions? Contact Debbie Hunter. (email@example.com).
The Rev. Bill Sachs
Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015
As we move beyond the “emergent” or “missional” church paradigm, pastors and other church leaders are discovering a new reality: people (especially younger generations) are coming to church not as believers, but finding a place to belong—with or without faith. This book describes the dilemma and the distractions that currently prevent congregations from being the place where that sense of belonging can unfold and guide newcomers in the discovery of faith. [Read more…]
Sunday, Oct. 25, 2015 12:45 p.m.
If you are relatively new to Trinity and would like to find out more about our congregation, please join us for this brunch. RSVP needed: Ginger Bitikofer, firstname.lastname@example.org, 216-774-0407.
Sept. 27, 2015
Dean’s Forum: 10:10 a.m.
Bobbie Reichtell, Director, Campus District Inc., joins Dean Lind at her 10:10 a.m. forum to discuss Trinity’s neighborhood – the Campus District – and the role the Cathedral may play as the area evolves.
Tuesday, Oct. 6 6:30 p.m.
Learn about SoulCollage at the October Sacred Space meeting. It is a fun, easy and creative way to express your inner world. Using intuition, imagination and your willingness to explore, you will learn to create a deck of personal wisdom cards. These collaged cards represent the varied and unique aspects of who you are. All materials needed to make a card will be provided. Please RSVP to Charlotte Nichols if you plan to attend. Click here to learn more about SoulCollage.
Sept. 20, 2015
Dean’s Forum: 10:10 a.m.
The Very Rev. Tracey Lind Dean, Trinity Cathedral
This forum will explore the seismic shifts in American life and consider the various opportunities and challenges that it presents to the church and how the church may faithfully engage our changing world.