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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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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The Dean’s Forum Podcast: Trinity Cathedral—Shaping Our Community, Pt. 1

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This is one of several Wednesday evening forums celebrating the history of Trinity during this its bicentennial year.    Mr. Wayne Bifano, Mrs. Martha Bifano present a fascinating talk on the early history of Trinity and its role in shaping our community. Wednesday, October 19, 7:30 p.m.   You may know Trinity as the place for Forum Lectures/Podcasts, “A Place at the Table”, and Brown Bag Concerts. All of these offerings have their roots in Trinity’s history of feeding the mind, the body, and the spirit of the community it serves. But who is Trinity? What is Trinity? Let us examine…

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The Dean’s Forum Podcast: Church Beyond the Walls

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The Reverend Audra Abt joined the Dean’s Forum on Sunday, October 16 for a conversation titled “Church Beyond the Walls: Building a Community-Based Witness & Episcopal Presence.” In this podcast, Rev. Audra Abt shares about her work as a Missioner for Latino/Hispanic Ministries and Intercultural Community Development in the greater Greensboro, NC Episcopal convocation. How can we live out our call to be faithful witnesses to the work of God among our neighbors? Learn about discovering the church in surprising places — including in living rooms and family kitchens. Rev. Audra Abt is Rector at St. Andrew’s Church, Greensboro, NC. Trinity…

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The Dean’s Forum Podcast: “God is Always Hiring”

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  Author and columnist Regina Brett joined the Dean’s Forum on Sunday, Oct  9, 2016 for a conversation  on how we relate to our work, or lack of work, and the seeking of something deeper and more meaningful in our career and life. Referencing her new book, God Is Always Hiring, the forum explored how to transform one’s career into a meaningful vocation. Regina Brett is the New York Times bestselling author of God Never Blinks: 50 Lessons for Life’s Little Detours, which has been published in more than 24 languages. She also wrote Be the Miracle: 50 Lessons for Making the Impossible Possible. Her…

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The Dean’s Forum: 8 Habits of Love

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Trinity kicks off its Fall/Winter program year with the Rev. Ed Bacon, Oprah Soul Teacher and author of “The 8 Habits of Love”! Ed Bacon* is the rector emeritus of All Saints Church in Pasadena, California — a 4,000 member multi-ethnic urban Episcopal parish, with a reputation for energetic worship, a radically inclusive spirit, and a progressive peace and justice agenda.   Trinity kicks off its Fall/Winter program year with the Rev. Ed Bacon, Oprah Soul Teacher and author of “The 8 Habits of Love”! Ed Bacon is the rector emeritus of All Saints Church in Pasadena, California — a 4,000…

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The Dean’s Forum: Episcopal Belief and Practice Series Session Four -“Why do we say the Creed”

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This is a Best of The Dean’s Forum podcast. Re-podcast from 2012. Sessions three through five will be posted in the coming weeks. WHY DO WE SAY THE CREED Dean’s Forum – Sunday, Dec. 9 10:10 a.m. This Sunday’s Dean’s Forum is the third in a year-long Episcopal Belief and Practice series. Trinity Cathedral is an Episcopal church belonging to the international Anglican Communion, the third largest Christian communion in the world. These forums will explore what it means to be Episcopalian and Anglican. This week’s session considers the use and practice of the Nicene Creed

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Jim Obergefell at Trinity Cathedral

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Jim Obergefell, plaintiff in the Supreme Court case that legalized same-sex marriage across the U.S., and co-author, with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Debbie Cenziper, of Love Wins: The Lovers and Lawyers Who Fought the Landmark Case for Marriage Equality (William Morrow), spoke at Trinity Cathedral on August 3 .

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