The Dean’s Forum Podcast: Loving Our Neighbor in a Post-Election World

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Sunday, November 20 The Reverend Canon Greg Jacobs The Rev. Canon Greg Jacobs joined the Dean’s Forum to discuss how we can restore civility to contentious discussions, including the recent presidential election, Black Lives Matter, Standing Rock, and other issues. The Rev. Canon Gregory “Greg” Jacobs since 2008 has served as the Canon to the Ordinary & Chief of Staff in the Episcopal Diocese of Newark, which covers the northern-most third of New Jersey. In that capacity, he serves as the principal advisor to the Bishop on matters involving policy, transition ministry, and program involving clergy and congregations in the…

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This Sunday: Loving Our Neighbor in a Post-Election World

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Sunday, November 20 Services at 8, 9, & 11:15 a.m. Dean’s Forum at 10:10 a.m. The Rev. Canon Greg Jacobs, Canon to the Ordinary in the Diocese of Newark, and former canon of Trinity Cathedral returns to preach. Canon Jacobs also joins the Dean’s Forum to discuss how we can restore civility to contentious discussions, including the recent presidential election, Black Lives Matter, Standing Rock, and other issues. The Rev. Canon Gregory “Greg” Jacobs since 2008 has served as the Canon to the Ordinary & Chief of Staff in the Episcopal Diocese of Newark, which covers the northern-most third of New…

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Sermon Podcast: Nov. 13, 2016 – The Very Rev. Tracey Lind

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A Sermon by The Very Rev. Tracey Lind on Nov. 13, 2016. Proper 28A Zephaniah 1:7, 12-18 – 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11 – Matthew 25:14-30 November 13, 2016 I feel like we’re living in a different world today than we were last Sunday as we celebrated Trinity’s bicentennial. Life in this nation feels like it has changed since Tuesday’s presidential election. I’ve heard from you by phone, in-person, by email and on Facebook. You’ve sent me articles and editorials and asked for reflection from the pulpit. Many of you are grieving, angry and frightened. Others are concerned but curious. Some are…

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A Call to Action: Join Greater Cleveland Congregations on Nov. 17

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Feeling overwhelmed by the state of the world? At a loss for how to respond or take action? You have allies in the fight for justice. We are looking for at least 60 people to represent Trinity Cathedral at this Greater Cleveland Congregations action this Thursday. Please see the below note from the GCC co-chairs. GCC, in the wake of this week’s contentious election, we appreciate the depth of emotions and serious concern for the future of the country.  Our collective belief that we are truly made in the image of God must serve as a basis for the critical…

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This Friday: Fall Choral Concert

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This Friday, November 18, Trinity Cathedral will host a Fall Choral Concert presenting masterpieces of the 20th and 21st centuries by Leonard Bernstein, David Conte, and Hubert Parry. Open to all, freewill offering. TIME: Friday, November 18, 7:30 p.m. FEATURING: The Trinity Cathedral Choir Todd Wilson, conductor Nicole Keller, organist PROGRAM: Leonard Bernstein: Chichester Psalms David Conte: “Trinity Cathedral” Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis (2016) C. Hubert H. Parry: Blest Pair of Sirens  

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The Dean’s Forum Podcast:The Transformation of St. John’s

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The Transformation of St. John’s with Timothy Holcomb November 13, 2016 Did you know that the history of Trinity Cathedral is entwined with that of another church just a few miles away? The forum will explore the shared history of St. John’s Church in Ohio City and Trinity Parish, looking in particular how St. John’s, like Trinity, has emerged as a leading agent of change in the community over the years. Our guest, Timothy Holcomb is Project Director at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Ohio City. Tim received his Master’s Degree in Urban Planning from Cleveland State University. He joined St….

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Sermon Podcast: Nov. 9, 2016 – Bicentennial Evensong

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A Sermon by The Rt. Rev. Mark Hollingsworth, Jr. Bishop of Ohio The 200th Anniversary of the Organization of Trinity Parish Sunday, November 9, 2016 On Nov. 9, Trinity cathedral held a wonderful Bicentennial Evensong Service, featuring the long-awaited premiere of an original David Conte choral setting, commissioned just for this occasion. Bishop Mark Hollingsworth, Jr. was our homilist, delivering a timely sermon on how reclaiming our parish identity can help us navigate our present divisions. Read the transcript of Bishop Hollingsworth’s homily here.   To subscribe to this and other Trinity Sermons podcasts copy and paste the following into iTunes or other…

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New Extended Hours for Bicentennial Exhibit

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Our Bicentennial Exhibit is now open from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. during the week, from Monday through Friday. On Sunday, the exhibit will be open during church activities, from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Hours are subject to change due to special events. To plan your visit, please call ahead at (216) 771 – 3630. Four years in the making, “Trinity Cathedral: Crossroads of the City and Heartbeat of its People” includes significant paintings on loan from the Western Reserve Historical Society, Kenyon College, and the Union Club in addition to many other historic items and pieces of visual culture from Trinity’s…

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Sermon Podcast: Nov. 6, 2016—On the Occasion of Trinity Cathedral’s Bicentennial

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On the Occasion of Trinity Cathedral’s Bicentennial A Sermon Preached by The Very Rev. Tracey Lind 11th Dean of Trinity Cathedral Sunday, November 6, 2016 Two Sundays ago, I walked through a portion of Central, the neighborhood just south of us where Marion Sterling School and Trinity’s Urban Farm are located. Accompanied by an organizer from Greater Cleveland Congregations and a journalist from the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation, I talked with residents about criminal justice reform, neighborhood concerns, and the importance of voting. It was a great experience, and every person with whom I spoke knew of Trinity Cathedral and our…

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