Zachary Douglas has joined Trinity Cathedral as a part-time Building Steward. He is a Cleveland State University student currently pursuing his degree in Biology/Premed and plans to graduate in May 2016. [Read more...]
Current happenings at Trinity Cathedral
Submitted by Charlotte Nichols, Cathedral Council Chair
At the April 8 meeting, Cathedral Council members received training to participate in Trinity’s Listening Project, Listening to the Heart of Trinity. Members of Council will join members of the Vestry in talking with Trinity members about what brought them to Trinity, what keeps them at Trinity, and what they look forward to in Trinity’s future. [Read more...]
Trinity Cathedral 2014 Nominating Slate
The Nominating Committee presents this slate to be voted upon at the Annual Meeting.
Vestry: Tim Espy (2015), Marie Kittredge (2017), Maura O’Shea (2017)
Cathedral Council: Gretchen Anderson (2017), Diane Barnhill (2017), Linda Lee (2017), Mark Malloy (2017), Dale Murphy (2017)
2015 Nominating Committee: Vicki Balzer, Anna Risch
2014 Diocesan Convention Delegate: Debbie Hunter
2014 Diocesan Convention Alternate: Diane Hexter
Friday, April 18, 2014 7:30 p.m.
Gregorio Allegri: Miserere
Trinity Chamber Singers
Francis Poulenc: Four Lenten Motets
Trinity Chamber Singers
Maurice Durufle: Requiem, Op. 9
Trinity Cathedral Choir and Chamber Orchestra
Elizabeth Lenti, organist
Todd Wilson, conductor
Durufle’s sublime Requiem is one of deeply moving masterpieces of the 20th century. Poulenc felt that his musical voice was best expressed through his distinctively powerful sacred choral works.
In its second face to face meeting since being established by the 2012 General Convention of The Episcopal Church, the Task Force on the Study of Marriage continued its broad inquiry of the historical, biblical, theological, liturgical, and canonical dimensions of marriage, as well as the ever-changing social norms around marriage. Read more here. If you have any questions or would like more information, contact the Rev. Canon Will Mebane who serves on the task force.
Trinity’s action plan to lease the first floor meeting rooms is underway. We have created an online brochure and plan to send a mass e-mail next week. Our real estate consultants have told us that the most likely tenant is “someone known to our leadership or members.” [Read more...]
Mingo Rolince has joined Trinity Cathedral as a part-time building steward. Mingo is in the Honors Program at Cleveland State University, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in biology. Mingo says he appreciates the peacefulness of Trinity Cathedral and Trinity Commons and having a job that is conveniently located to his on-campus activities.
The minutes of the February vestry meeting are available below. [Read more...]
Dear Trinity members,
The Vestry and Cathedral Council are undertaking a Listening Project. We want to talk with you, the active members of Trinity Cathedral. We will NOT be asking you for money or to volunteer for a project. Rather, we want to hear what’s on your heart. [Read more...]
Every year, we offer an Easter egg hunt for the children of Trinity Cathedral. If you would like to contribute items to fill these eggs (stickers, candy, toys) please do so by April 4. Any candy should be individually wrapped and not include nuts. Contact the Rev. Sahra Harding for more information.
On March 16, 2014 the Rev. Kurt Wiesner, Rector of All Saints Episcopal Church, Littleton, N.H., along with the Gateway Band held a U2charist service. The U2charist is an Episcopal service that features the music of U2 and highlights the goals of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) [Read more...]
Your Easter offering supports Trinity Cathedral’s hunger ministries.
Trinity Cathedral’s mission is: To proclaim in word and action God’s justice, love and mercy for all creation.
Most of us have enough to eat. However access to food by the hungry in our community continues to be a challenge. The number of women, children and men needing such assistance keeps growing in part because some hunger programs have closed. [Read more...]
If you wish to remember or honor a loved one at Easter with flowers on the altar, please make a donation to the Easter flower fund. You can put a check in the offering plate, send it to the church office or donate online by April 15. Please include the name of the person you wish to remember or honor.