Sunday, Sept. 11: Discovery Day, Blessing of the Backpacks, Schedule Change

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A reminder to all that Trinity returns to its regular schedule of three services at 8, 9, and 11:15 a.m. on Sunday, September 11!    This Sunday is Discovery Day, where those new and familiar to Trinity can learn more about Trinity’s many small groups, ministries, and volunteer opportunities! Swing by our tables in between services and after the11:15 am service. A Kids’ Fair will be held at 10:10 a.m., including indoor and outdoor games for the kids and a bouncy house obstacle course.   Trinity will also hold its annual Blessing of the Backpacks at the 9 am service! Children and students are encouraged to bring…

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A Sermon for the Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost

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A Sermon for the fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost delivered by the Rev. George R. Graham. Rev. Graham is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, George is a Development Officer for the Seidman Cancer Center at University Hospitals in Cleveland. He and his spouse, Michael Fleenor, were married at Trinity in May. They live in Lakewood with their children, Robert and Ellen. 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 .

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Pre-Order your Bicentennial Commemorative Ornament by Oct. 1!

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Celebrate Trinity Cathedral’s 200 years with a custom engraved Christmas Ornament/ Suncatcher designed and produced by Healy Glass Artistry! This ornament will add dazzle to a sunny window, and a special touch to your holiday tree — a truly meaningful keepsake or gift to be cherished for years to come.  Healy Glass Artistry in Bethlehem, PA has a long history of bringing the tradition of glass and crystal artistry to a new generation. The ornaments are $30.00 apiece (tax included). Proceeds will support Bicentennial programs. Orders will be available for pickup at Trinity by mid-November. Order by check, or online by October 1,…

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Trinity Cathedral to Launch National Speaker Series in October

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CLEVELAND, OH – U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, Pulitzer-winning journalist Connie Schultz, and leading voice of moderate Islam Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf will visit Trinity Cathedral this October as part of a new speaker series celebrating its bicentennial. Free and open to the public, the events will be held at noon on Tuesdays in the nave of Trinity Cathedral. Presented by Cleveland State University in partnership with Trinity Cathedral and The City Club of Cleveland, the speaker series is titled “A Future that Belongs to Us All.” Select events will be broadcast by ideastream. On October 4, Senator Brown and Connie…

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Serve with Children & Youth for the 2016-2017 Program Year!

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Do you have an interest in working with youth, helping them go deeper in their faith and service? Consider getting involved with Trinity’s vibrant Children & Youth ministries! Currently, we are looking to add individuals to our list of substitute teachers for our children & youth programming for the 2016-2017 program year. We are also looking for those interested in serving as a youth leader for our junior high youth group. Leaders are expected to serve at least one to two Sundays a month during the formation hour, using lessons plans and curriculum provided by the youth minister. No teaching experience is required—just…

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Dean Tracey Lind Chosen for Cleveland Scene’s 2016 People Issue

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Dean Tracey Lind was named by the Cleveland Scene’s 2016 People Issue as one of their 29 Clevelanders “working every day to make the city better, to drive it forward, to contribute to its successes and rectify its shortcomings.” The article includes observations about Trinity’s uniquely outward-facing mission, noting that “[Lind] isn’t your ordinary dean, and Trinity Cathedral isn’t your average church.” READ MORE 

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Circle the City with Love During the RNC

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CLEVELAND – Trinity Cathedral clergy and members will be among the thousands of people joining hands in silence for 30 minutes on the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge on Sunday, July 17, the first day of the Republican National Convention. The event, called Circle the City with Love, is designed to be a highly visible, non-partisan demonstration of love and unity ahead of RNC, as well as a response to the recent violence in cities such as Baton Rouge, LA, Falcon Heights, MN, and Dallas, TX.   The event will take place on the Lorain-Carnegie (Hope Memorial) Bridge that unites Cleveland’s east and west sides. Participants will hold hands…

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