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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 Seventeenth Sunday After Pentecost

Trinity will offer an outdoor worship service, on Sunday, September 27, 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. Details can be found in this Eventbrite link—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., September 27.

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.

Register for “Groundwater” Racial Equity Training with ThirdSpace Action Lab

As we grow in awareness and understanding of the sin of racism, Trinity has put together a racial equity training plan, and the first course will be held Saturday, Oct. 3. It’s a 3-hour, one day program rooted in the Racial Equity Institute’s Groundwater training and contextualized for our Cleveland community by ThirdSpace Action Lab.

Due to a generous donation from a private donor and grant funding from the diocese, this class will be offered at a greatly reduced cost.

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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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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 Podcast from November 29, 2017

Kamehameha and Emma

This week’s featured Choral Evensong was sung a few days after Thanksgiving, on Nov. 29, 2017. On that evening we commemorated Kamehameha and Emma, King and Queen of Hawaii, both of whom contributed greatly to the spread of Christianity among the Hawaiian people. (The King personally translated the Book of Common Prayer and much of the Hymnal into Hawaiian). The Rev. Rosalind Hughes, Rector of the Church of the Epiphany in Euclid, was homilist for this service.

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A Sunday of Celebration

Grant us, Lord, not to be anxious about earthly things, but to love things heavenly; and even now, while we are placed among things that are passing away, to hold fast to those that shall endure. -BCP, p. 234

This comes from the collect (opening prayer) from this past Sunday, and those of you who observe the daily office will also have heard it repeated each day this week.  It is one of my favorite prayers and one that I especially need in the time of pandemic and uncertainty. Do not be anxious about earthly things, but love things heavenly.

While this may call to mind saints and spiritual masters who despite great adversity look heavenward through it all (yet another image of perfection that I’ll never live up to) I believe that that call to live free from anxiety does two things. One, it reminds us to breathe out and remember that God is present and will see us through.  Trust God, and know that we will survive and grow despite hardship.

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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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