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Our Building is Closed...But Our Ministry Continues

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April 10, 2020 Good Friday Solemn Liturgy
12 p.m.

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Holy Week Reflections
For Good Friday, April 10, 2020

The Rev. Vincent Black

We’re thankful for all the reflections of Trinity Cathedral clergy, present and past, on this holiest of weeks. Good Friday brings us the words of the Rev. Vincent Black. Ordained at Trinity ten years ago today, Rev. Black sees Trinity as a beacon of welcome and Christ’s love for all. He urges us to walk the way of the cross, even in now in troubled times. Each morning this week, we will post a new Holy Week reflection from a different person and perspective.

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Featured Podcast: Good Friday Concert from April 19, 2019

Requiems by Howells and Rutter

This week Featured Podcast is the Good Friday Concert from April 19, 2019

The 2019 Good Friday Concert featured two Requiems by English composers of the 20th century. The Trinity Chamber Singers sang the Requiem by Herbert Howells (1892-1983). This work was written in 1932 or 1933, shortly before the death of Howell’s son, Michael, at age nine in 1935. Michaels death cast a shadow over the rest of Howells life, and the Requiem remained on the shelf until its publication in 1980, just three years before Howell’s own death.

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Video: Good Friday Blues and Lamentations from April 19, 2019

This is a beautiful and moving worship experience of jazz, silence, scripture and poetry, led by vocalist Jennifer Cochran and the Gateway Band.


Video Messages From the Dean

Until We Can Gather Again

This past Sunday I did not receive communion though I was right next to the altar. It was an odd feeling, one of sadness and distance despite being right there in the presence of the Body of Christ: to be so close to the sacrament, but unable to receive.

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The Very Rev. BJ Owens

April 5, 2020 Palm Sunday
10:00 a.m. Eucharist

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Posted by Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland on Sunday, April 5, 2020

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When will the livestream begin?

We will start the Facebook Livestream a few minutes before the worship service or event begins; use the extra time to test your device. The website livestream link will be posted shortly after the Facebook stream begins.

How can I let you know I’m here?

If you are watching live on Facebook, please let us know that you are watching, with a like or a comment. We’d like to know you’re with us.

Where can I find the service bulletin?

You can find the service bulletin on our website at The bulletins include everything you’ll need to follow along in the service.

If my video or audio is cutting in and out what do I do?

If you are having issues watching the stream live you may be experiencing a broadband problem. If the tips and tests below don’t solve your problem please know that the streams will be saved once completed as complete videos on our Facebook page.

If your video or audio is stopping/starting, please first check the device on which you are watching. If there are a lot of other tasks being done in the background on your device, that can affect your ability to view.

  • Close any unnecessary tasks, windows/webpages, applications, etc. and then return to the livestream.
  • If you are still having difficulties, try using a different device. You can view on a smartphone, computer, tablet, or other internet-connected devices.
  • If all of your devices are having a similar issue and you are using wi-fi, try disconnecting the wi-fi on your phone and see if that helps. Sometimes wi-fi interferes with 4G mobile data.

What will happen if the stream goes down, stops, or is paused for any reason on Trinity’s end of the stream?

If the stream goes down, stops, or is paused for any reason on Trinity’s end of the stream we will make that known immediately. Unless you see a note from us on this rest assured that the stream is going.

A word about your streaming experience.

We are still learning the best way to livestream our events. Please be patient with us as we work to put forward the best possible video and audio. Feel free to send us comments after the event—we use those comments to help improve future livestreams.

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