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The 2020 Trinity Cathedral
Annual Report

This Sunday, June 20: Fourth Sunday After Pentecost
Father's Day

9 a.m. Virtual Coffee Hour
Join us this Sunday for a Virtual Coffee Hour reunion on Zoom. Jump on anytime between 9-9:50 a.m. using this link: zoom.us/j/98729882188 Passcode: 403234.
10 a.m. Morning Prayer Livestream
The Very Rev. Bernard J. Owens, preaching.
This week, a service of Morning Prayer will be livestreamed from the cathedral. We’ll recognize all the fathers in the gathered congregation for Father’s Day. You can watch the livestream here at trinitycleveland.org or facebook.com/trinitycleve.
11:30 a.m. Bible Study – Sci-Fi Theology Series
Join us for the first installment of Sci-Fi Bible study, when we will explore the relationship between science fiction and Christian theology. This week, we’ll examine parts of chapters 3 and 20 from the book of John and use the movie The Matrix for our science fiction references. The movie is available on HBO Max and on DVD at your local library. If you’re not able to watch the movie beforehand, summaries and family-friendly clips of the movie will be shared. Join us at us02web.zoom.us/j/82883513225 using the passcode 533601. This series will continue on July 18, Aug. 1, 15 and 29.

Pentecost 4 Morning Prayer
Sunday, June 20 at 10 a.m.

10 a.m. Morning Prayer Livestream
The Very Rev. Bernard J. Owens, preaching.
This week, a service of Morning Prayer will be livestreamed from the cathedral. We’ll recognize all the fathers in the gathered congregation for Father’s Day. You can watch the livestream here at trinitycleveland.org or facebook.com/trinitycleve.

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The Third Sunday After Pentecost
Sunday, June 13

The Trinity Forum: James Alison

Position Available:  Controller

Trinity is hiring for the position of Controller.

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.

The Great Vigil of Easter. Thursday, April 3

8 p.m. Facebook Livestream Broadcast:

Tune in to the service, Holy Saturday, April 3 at 8:00 p.m. Dean Owens, the Rev. Koch, Bishop Arthur Williams will join in the liturgy. You can be part of the congregation here at trinitycleveland.org or

facebook.com/trinitycleve

The Stations of the Cross
Friday, April 2, 11:30 a.m.

For those unable to view the stations of the cross in person, you can view the video below. The stations video will be shown in advance of the Good Friday virtual service at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, April 2: here and at facebook.com/trinitycleve.

Featured Choral Evensong from November 29, 2017

Kamehameha Emma
King and Queen of Hawaii, 1864, 1885

This week’s featured Choral Evensong was sung on Nov. 29, 2017 by the Trinity Chamber Singers. The Rev. Rosalind Hughes (Rector, Church of the Epiphany, Euclid OH) was homilist as we commemorated Kamehameha and Emma, King and Queen of Hawaii, who played large parts in spreading the Gospel to those beautiful islands in the 19th century.

The Responses were sung to the lyrical setting by American organist, teacher and church musician, Gerre Hancock (1934-2012). The canticles were the famous setting in G by Charles Stanford (1852-1924). Kristine Caswelch sang the soprano solo in the Magnificat, and José Gotera the baritone solo in the Nunc Dimittis. The constant running 8th notes in the organ part of the Magnificat are said by some to represent Mary at her spinning wheel.

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Video Reflection From the Dean

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The Dean’s Corner

Returning to the Cathedral

After fifteen months of remote worship and distance from one another, I’m thrilled to be sharing details with you of how Trinity Cathedral will resume in-person worship services in the coming weeks.  I hope you’ll read today’s letter describing the details of worshipping together, and I look forward to seeing you soon.

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