2017 marks Trinity’s fifth year of involvement with Prison Fellowship’s Angel Tree program. This important ministry provides gifts to children with incarcerated parents, given on the parents’ behalf. Angel Tree estimates that 1.7 million children have a parent in prison. This year, Trinity has the names of 60 Cleveland-area children in need of Christmas gifts. You can get involved in several ways: There are five ways you can become involved: Purchase Christmas gifts as requested by the prisoner and/or family member caring for the children. Most of these gifts are in the $20-25 range. Trinity’s Prison Fellowship Angel Tree with gift tags will be in the Promenade…
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.
On November 2, a pop-up art gallery featuring artwork from students of Marion-Sterling School was featured at a BrownBag concert with the Cleveland TOPS Swing Band.
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.
Wednesday, December 7, noon Todd Wilson conducts the sopranos and altos of the Cathedral Choir and harpist Jody Guinn in a performance of Benjamin Britten’s masterpiece, “A Ceremony of Carols.” Free. Bring your lunch or buy one for $7. This concert is made possible with the generous support of Judith Eckelmeyer and Bevery Moffet. Before and after the concert, join us for a Pop-Up Gallery featuring the artwork of children and youth from Trinity Cathedral! The exhibit will also be open to the public after Choral Evensong this evening FULL SCHEDULE OF BROWNBAG CONCERTS