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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Trinity to Hold Bicentennial Evensong Service on Wednesday, Nov. 9

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Please join us for a special evensong service this Wednesday in celebration of Trinity Cathedral’s 200 years! This service features the world premiere of a specially commissioned choral work by Lakewood-born composer David Conte, sung by the Trinity Cathedral Choir. The Very Reverend Tracey Lind, Dean of Trinity Cathedral will preside and Bishop Mark Hollingsworth, Jr. is the homilist. Take home a keepsake Bicentennial service booklet, and stay for a reception following the service! Also after the service, all are encouraged to visit the newly opened Bicentennial exhibit in the gallery at Trinity Commons. 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,…

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Dean Lind talks Trinity’s Mission, Bicentennial on Sound of Applause

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Dean Tracey Lind joined Dan Polletta of The Sound of Applause on 90.3 WCPN ideastream® to discuss Trinity Cathedral’s distinctive mission and purpose in Cleveland, as well as our upcoming Bicentennial celebrations. Listen to the fantastic 17-minute conversation in its entirety. Or tune into 90.3 on Wednesday, Nov. 2 at 12:33 pm for the first part of the interview, and at 1:40 pm for the second part. The conversation will air again on All Things Considered and also on Thursday, Nov. 3 for Morning Edition.

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Join us for Bicentennial Celebration Service on Nov. 6!

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Please join us in celebrating Trinity Cathedral’s 200 years with a “homecoming” service of confirmation and communion on Sunday, November 6 at 10 a.m.! Bishop Mark Hollingsworth, Jr. will preside and Dean Tracey Lind will preach. A keepsake Bicentennial service booklet will be given to attendees, and a congregational photo and reception will follow. Please note there will be only one service this day. WHAT: Bicentennial Celebration Service, to be followed by congregational photo and reception WHEN: Sunday, November 6, 10 a.m. WHERE: Trinity Cathedral nave

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Sermon Podcast: Oct. 30. 2016: A Sermon by the Rt. Rev. Bill Persell

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The Rt. Rev. William Persell, former dean of Trinity Cathedral, returned to preach the 11:15 a.m. service. The Rt. Rev. William D. Persell served as the 11th Bishop of the Diocese of Chicago from 1999-2008. He presently is an Assisting Bishop in the Diocese of Ohio, where he previously was Dean of Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland.   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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The Dean’s Forum Podcast: Reflections by the Deans of Trinity Cathedral

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Sunday, October 30 The Right Reverend Bill Persell, and The Very Reverend Tracey Lind This special Bicentennial Dean’s Forum featured the two living deans of Trinity Cathedral, Dean Tracey Lind and the Rt. Rev. Bill Persell. Together, they will reflect on their ministry and leadership experiences, discussing how Trinity engaged the wider world during their tenures. They also discussed the unique role cathedrals have in the 21st century, including how Trinity can work for the flourishing of Cleveland. Read more about Bishop Percell, and Dean Lind. .

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Sunday, Oct. 30: Dean’s Conversation, Beatles Mass

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The Rt. Rev. Bill Persell, former dean of Trinity Cathedral, returns to preach the 11:15 a.m. service. Canon Kay Rackley will preach at the 8 and 9 a.m. services. The 9 a.m. service with the Gateway Band will feature the hits of the Beatles! Rt. Rev. Persell also joins Dean Tracey Lind for a Dean’s Forum conversation. The two living deans of Trinity will reflect on their ministry experiences, including how Trinity engaged the community during their tenures. A reception with the deans in the 2nd floor Gallery will follow the 11:15 am service. You won’t want to miss this, especially if you haven’t yet visited the new Bicentennial…

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The Dean’s Forum Podcast: On Being the Church

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On Oct. 23, 2016, we welcomed The Reverend Canon Michael Rusk from St. Peter’s Church of Oadby Parish in the United Kingdom to the Dean’s Forum. Reverend Rusk’s wide-ranging conversation with Dean Tracey Lind included Christian-Muslim relations, the theology of play, the Church of England, the Troubles of Northern Ireland, and cathedral ministry in Great Britain. The Rev. Canon Michael Rusk is Team Rector of Oadby in the Diocese of Leicester in the East Midlands of England. Oadby is a large multi-ethnic suburban parish in an area of fast demographic change. A native of Belfast, Ireland, Michael is a Canon of St…

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