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Our Building is Closed...But Our Ministry Continues


Trinity Cathedral

Our Building is Closed...But Our Ministry Continues

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The Sixteenth Sunday After Pentecost

The Livestream service will be available here and on Trinity’s Facebook page beginning at 10:00 a.m. on September 13.

Polly Bloom

The Trinity Forum

On September 20 at 11:30 a.m., Dean Owens will interview Polly Bloom, who recently attained a Master of Arts degree from Ursuline College in historic preservation. She chose Trinity as the subject for her thesis, “Cleveland’s Trinity Cathedral: A Conditions Survey and History of Interior Architectural Decoration.” This includes all fixed memorials listed in the 1912 and 1939 revision of the Trinity Cathedral Historical and Architecture Guide. She will present insights on her work and some advice on preserving our historical gem.

Livestream Benefit Concert Series for COVID-19 Relief
Third Concert: Friday, September 18 7:00 pm

A Chamber Music Concert featuring Nadia Boulanger’s Three Improvisations for Organ, Johannes Brahms’s Sonata in A Major for Violin and Piano and Benjamin Britten’s Abraham and Isaac.
​Elizabeth DeMio, piano, JR Fralick, tenor, Nicole Keller, organ, John McElliott, countertenor, Andrew Sords, violin, Todd Wilson, piano
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Make a Donation

Our livestreamed concerts are free with an opportunity for audience members to make a freewill donation. Proceeds will benefit Arts Cleveland’s COVID-19 relief efforts for local artists and Music & Art at Trinity Cathedral. All concerts will be performed to an empty cathedral in keeping with social distancing recommendations.

Trinity Cathedral Choir

Featured Choral Evensong from Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Gregory the Great

This week’s featured Choral Evensong was sung by the Cathedral Choir on March 11, 2020 – our last “pre-COVID” Evensong service. We commemorated Gregory the Great, and the homilist that evening was The Rev. John Drymon, Rector of Trinity Church in Findlay, Ohio.

The music for the service was drawn from the very heart of the Anglican choral repertoire. The Responses were the famous setting by William Smith (1603-1645), a Canon at Durham Cathedral in the north of England.  The canticles and anthem were both by Herbert Howells (1892-1983),

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The Dean’s Corner: Supporting the Diocese

One of the most important ways that Trinity Cathedral can support and partner with the people of the Diocese of Ohio is to serve on committees that support the people and clergy of our churches. Trinity is blessed with an abundance of folks for whom faithful leadership is both a gift and a passion, and it is vital that we see the wider ministry of the diocese as a part of who we are.

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The Very Rev. Bernard J Owens

Video Reflection From the Dean

Trinity Cathedral
2019 year-end reports

Because Of Our Stay-At-Home Requirements We’ve Postponed The Elections And The In-Person Part Of The Meeting, But We Are Still Taking This Moment To Report On The Life Of The Cathedral. You’ll Find Lots Of Information Here: Our Annual Report PDF, Video Reflections From Ministry Leaders, And Links To A “State Of The Cathedral” Sunday Forum Offered Earlier This Year.

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