The Rt. Rev. Mark Hollingsworth’s sermon for Christmas Eve 2016 at the 11 p.m Choral Eucharist. To subscribe to this and other Trinity Sermons podcasts copy and paste the following into iTunes or other Podcast manager: https://trinitycleveland.org/blog/category/sermons/feed
The Flower Guild needs lots of extra hands to help decorate the church for Christmas this Friday, December 23. We will be putting out the fresh greens and poinsettias, and setting up the creche. Volunteers are needed beginning at 9 a.m., for as long as you are able to stay. No experience needed! Help make it a beautiful Christmas at Trinity! Please contact Mark Malloy if you have any questions.
Sunday, December 11, 2016 A special Dean’s Forum with Taylor Young, LSW, MSSA, early-stage specialist and Nancy B. Udelson, President and CEO of the Alzheimer’s Association of Cleveland. Taylor and Nancy join Dean Lind for a conversation about dementia in all of its forms.
A Sermon delivered by the Very Rev. Tracey Lind on the Third Sunday in Advent December 11, 2016. To subscribe to this and other Trinity Sermons podcasts copy and paste the following into iTunes or other Podcast manager: https://trinitycleveland.org/blog/category/sermons/feed.
Sunday, December 11, 10 a.m. Dean’s Forum: Talking Dementia Join us for a special Dean’s Forum with Cheryl Kanetsky, VP of Programs and Services for Alzheimers Association of Cleveland. She joins Dean Tracey Lind for a conversation about understanding dementia in all of its forms, and providing care for those who have it. To be held in Conference Room C/D. Our previously scheduled Dean’s Forum on “Brewing Values” with Rev. Dr. Paul Gaston will be rescheduled for Spring 2017.
A Sermon delivered by the Very Rev. Tracey Lind on the Second Sunday in Advent November 27, 2016. The Very Rev. Tracey Lind Dean of Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland “In the middle of the journey of my life, I came to myself, in a dark wood, wherein the direct way was lost. It is a hard thing to speak of, how wild, harsh and impenetrable that wood was, so that thinking of it recreates the fear. It is scarcely less bitter than death: but, in order to tell of the good that I found there, I must tell of the other…