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The 2020 Trinity Cathedral
Annual Report

This Sunday, August 1: Tenth Sunday After Pentecost

9:15 Refreshments

Stop by the cathedral garden in between services for coffee and conversation. It will last until approximately 9:45. In case of rain, we will move indoors to Cathedral Hall.

11:30 a.m. Science Fiction Bible Study
This week’s sci-fi Bible study will deal with the concept of paradise/heaven and its depiction in works of science fiction. This will be juxtaposed with passages of Scripture. Join the group at us02web.zoom.us/j/82883513225, passcode 533601.

8:30 a.m. Service of Early Eucharist

The Rev. Adrienne Koch, preaching and celebrating
This concise morning service takes place in the cathedral garden, just outside cathedral hall. The service will be held in the nave in the case of inclement weather. Please register to attend the service at bit.ly/830August1Service. Please also review the rules for services at trinitycleveland.org/rules-for-indoor-outdoor-services.

10 a.m. Service of Holy Eucharist with Livestream

The Rev. Adrienne Koch, preaching and celebrating.
This hybrid service of Holy Eucharist is held in the nave and livestreamed to the world. Please review the rules for services and register to attend at bit.ly/10August1Service. Seating is limited due to social distancing protocols, so please make a reservation or you may not get one of the available seats. If you can’t attend in person, watch the livestream at trinitycleveland.org or facebook.com/trinitycleve.

A SERVICE OF HEALING WITH HOLY EUCHARIST
Sunday, July 29 at 10 a.m.

12:10 p.m. A SERVICE OF HEALING WITH HOLY EUCHARIST

The Rev. Adrienne Koch will preach and celebrate.

On select Thursdays at 12:10 p.m, we celebrate a Eucharist of Healing with provision for the laying on of hands and anointing. The service includes prayers for those on our prayer list, readings and a short homily. Join us midweek for a quiet time of renewal. All seeking healing in body, mind, or spirit are welcome!

Permission to podcast/stream the music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE with license #719993-A. All right reserved.

The Ninth Sunday After Pentecost
Service of Holy Eucharist with Livestream
Sunday, July 25 at 10 a.m.

10 a.m. Livestream Service of Holy Eucharist 

The Rev. Adrienne Koch will preach and celebrate.

Permission to podcast/stream the music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE with license #719993-A. All right reserved.

The Eighth Sunday After Pentecost
Sunday, July 18

The Trinity Forum: James Alison

Twelve Trinity Cathedrals, One Concert
4:00 p.m. EST

A dozen Episcopal cathedrals across the United States, all bearing the name Trinity, will contribute performances at a joint, online concert on their common feast day, Trinity Sunday, May 30, 2021.

The concert will debut on the participating cathedrals’ websites and social media platforms beginning at 4:00 p.m. EDT. Watch it here on May 30, 2021. at 4 p.m. and beyond.

Video Reflection From the Dean

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The Dean’s Corner

Acolytes – Committing to the Lord’s Service

It was 2002. Dawn was just breaking and the first rays of sunlight on an Easter day began shining in the stained-glass windows as I, a young acolyte, carefully held the paschal candle. The candle was being blessed with holy water and adorned with incense before the priest exulted “the light of Christ has come into the world.” My job that morning was to assist Pastor Penvose to enhance that Easter vigil worship and to glorify God. It was a long service and there were a lot of tasks to do. I was terrified that I would sneeze a candle out or trip over my vestment. Pastor wrote notes for me in my bulletin so I would get everything just right and not embarrass myself in front of the church filled with families and Easter hats. I felt God’s presence throughout that vigil from the perspective of an acolyte – in the light streaming through the windows, the packed room of worshipers singing together, and the faces of the congregants praying as they came up for communion.

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