Dean’s Forum Spring 2013


Photo: The Very Rev Tracey Lind Join Dean Tracey Lind Sunday mornings at 10:10 a.m. as she interviews leaders, teachers, thinkers and artists. Forum podcasts are available online. (To subscribe to Trinity Forum podcasts copy and paste the following into iTunes or other Podcast manager:

*Forums labeled Episcopal Belief and Practice are part of an on-going series. Trinity Cathedral is an Episcopal church belonging to the international Anglican Communion, the third largest Christian communion in the world. These forums will explore what it means to be Episcopalian and Anglican.

January 13
Medicaid Expansion Forum

January 20
Representatives from the local chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen, Inc. This is part of the 2013 MLK commemoration events.

January 27
The Rev. Gay Clark Jennings, President of the House of Deputies of The Episcopal Church

February 3
Jay Szabo, Community Gardening

Jay Szabo has been a farmer at Dunham Market Garden, a member of the Board of Trustees at Dunham Tavern, a horticultural consultant, owner of a floral shoppe, exterior design consultancy and an agronomy researcher at Cornell University. He has a love of local food, community gardening and personal food production. Join us as he talks about community gardening, how to do it and how it brings communities together.

February 10
The Rt. Rev. Arthur Williams, History of African-Americans in the Episcopal Church

Related: The Church Awakens: African-Americans and the Struggle for Justice online exhibit

February 17
Trinity Cleveland Urban Service Corps

TCUSC is a ministry of the Cathedral that supports eight college graduates under the age of 30 as they explore their vocational career, faith life, community life and civic service work. Interns come from across the country and dedicate eleven months to this program. They are eager to share their experience and their insights with the community at Trinity.

February 24
The Rev. Rita Nakashima Brock

March 3
Kari Moore, FarmShare founder

FarmShare is a purveyor of farm-fresh Northeast Ohio foods and focuses on helping clients discover and explore the local foodscape. A dedicated locavore and curious cook, Kari works to strengthen the local food community as leader of Slow Food Northern Ohio and a contributor to numerous food and farm initiatives.

March 10
The Rev. Chris Glaser, Progressive Christianity
“Progressive Christianity is about getting a worthier and larger idea of God. Science is not a foe,” says Rev. Glaser, author and “Progressive Christian Reflections” blogger. “Culture is not an enemy. Other religions are not adversaries. Progress is not a problem, but an opportunity. The body as well as the earth reveals the holy.”

March 17
Episcopal Belief and Practice

April 14
The Rev. Dwight Zscheile

The Rev. Dwight Zscheile draws on multiple streams of Anglican thought and practice, plus contemporary experience to craft a vision for mission that addresses the church’s post-establishment context. Rev. Zscheile will also be the guest preacher at all three morning services that day (8, 9 & 11:15 a.m.)

April 21
The Rev. Elise Feyerherm, Celtic Spirituality

April 28
The Rev. Kurt Wiesner (Trinity’s former Canon)

May 12
Parenting in the 21st Century

June 2
The Rev. Winnie Varghese

June 9
Trinity’s Youth Group, Youth and the Church in 2013

June 23
Tim Downing, co-chair Human Rights Campaign and Elyzabeth Holford, executive director of Equality Ohio kick off Pride week.






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