Trinity Cathedral

Our Building is Closed...But Our Ministry Continues


Trinity Cathedral

Our Building is Closed...But Our Ministry Continues

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The Tenth Sunday After Pentecost

Trinity will offer an outdoor service of Morning Prayer, on Sunday, August 9, at 10:00 a.m.

The service will be held in the greenspace behind CSU’s Center for Innovation in Medical Professions, at E. 22nd St. and Prospect Ave.
Reservations are required to attend the in-person service.

The service will be Livestreamed here and on Trinity’s Facebook page beginning at 10 a.m., August 9.

Special Healing Service for Victims of Human Trafficking July 30

Trinity Cathedral’s Episcopal Peace Fellowship group is planning a special virtual Healing Eucharist for the victims of human trafficking on Thursday, July 30, which is the United Nations World Day Against Trafficking in Persons.

The service is followed by a Zoom discussion led by local advocates on COVID-19’s impact on human trafficking in northeast Ohio. To participate in the discussion, please register in advance. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

The recorded service is available on our YouTube channel at

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BACH for Humanity Livestream Concert
Friday, July 31, 7:00 p.m.

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All proceeds go in equal portions to Arts Cleveland for their COVID-19 relief for
local artists and Music & Art at Trinity Cathedral

Payable to: Music and Art at Trinity
Memo: COVID-19 Benefit
​Mail to: Music and Art at Trinity
2230 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115


Face Masks

Do You Need or Can You Sew Facemasks?

As the Greater Cleveland Area slowly reopens it’s doors for communal gathering, Trinity Cathedral wants to assure that the congregation feels safe and has appropriate protection against the transmission of COVID-19. Sewers have been working hard to create enough masks to outfit the Trinity community.

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Featured Choral Evensong from Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Theodore James Holly

This week’s featured Choral Evensong was sung by the Trinity Chamber Singers on March 13, 2019. The Rev. Sarah Shofstall was our homilist as we commemorated James Theodore Holly (1829-1911), the first African-American bishop in the Episcopal Church.

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The Dean’s Corner: Finding God in the Ordinary

One of the more exciting elements of living our lives according to a liturgical calendar is that it allows us to have a special focus on “high” seasons like Christmas, Easter and Epiphany. We broaden our observations of particular holy days by surrounding those rich feasts with weeks of preparation before and celebration afterwards, deepening our awareness of Christ’s incarnation and resurrection in our whole lives.


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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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