Trinity Cathedral is pleased to announce that The Rev. Dr. Paul L. Gaston, III is Trinity Cathedral’s new acting dean effective March 1, 2017.
“We are so pleased to have Dr. Gaston as Trinity’s acting dean,” said Amy Wentz, Senior Warden for Trinity Cathedral. “Throughout his 27-year ministry, he has served in an interim capacity with notable success. This, plus his exceptional pastoral skills and administrative experience, will assure a successful transition while Trinity Cathedral searches for its new permanent dean.”
The Rev. Dr. Paul L. Gaston, III comes to Trinity Cathedral from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Akron, where he was priest associate. Previously, he had served several churches in the Diocese of Ohio including St. Mark’s, Canton; Christ Church, Hudson; St. John’s, Cuyahoga Falls; and St. John’s, Youngstown.
Dr. Gaston has been ordained for 27 years, serving in Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio as a “bi-vocational,” balancing ministry in the Church with work in higher education. A former provost at Kent State University, he is currently the university’s Trustees’ Professor, teaching English literature and higher education administration. He will retire from this position in May.
Contact: April Miller, 216-774-0479, email@example.com Frida Berrigan as well as her mother, Liz McAlister, are available for interviews. Author and Activist Frida Berrigan Visits Trinity Cathedral Wednesday, March 25 7:30 p.m. CLEVELAND – Frida Berrigan, daughter of Liz McAlister and Phil Berrigan and author of It Runs in the Family: On Being Raised by Radicals and Growing Into Rebellious Motherhood, visits Trinity Cathedral on March 25. All are welcome to this free event.
Contact: April Miller, 216-774-0479, firstname.lastname@example.org Todd Wilson, Trinity’s Director of Music and Worship, is available for interviews. TODD WILSON AND CLEVELAND INSTITUTE OF MUSIC ORGANISTS KICK OFF THE SPRING BROWNBAG CONCERT SERIES Spring season of this long-running, free concert series begins Feb. 4 CLEVELAND—Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral’s BrownBag Concert Series resumes Wednesday, Feb. 4 at 12:10 p.m. with an organ extravaganza. Todd Wilson and organ students from The Cleveland Institute of Music will kick off the spring season with a rousing program featuring organ music spanning more than 300 years, from J.S. Bach to John Philip Sousa and…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: April Miller, 216-774-0479, email@example.com Todd Wilson, Trinity’s Director of Music and Worship, is available for interviews. TRINITY CATHEDRAL’S ANNUAL MESSIAH SING: DEC. 17 Freewill offering CLEVELAND—Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral presents a Cleveland Christmastime tradition, the beloved Annual Messiah Sing. The free event will be held Wednesday, Dec. 17 at 12:10 p.m.
For Immediate ReleaseContact: April Miller, 216-774-0479, firstname.lastname@example.org Todd Wilson, Trinity’s Director of Music, is available for interviews. BACH BY CANDLELIGHTNov. 21, 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $25 CLEVELAND—Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral presents the Bach By Candlelight concert on Friday, Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. Todd Wilson conducts the Trinity Cathedral Choir, Trinity Chamber Singers and Trinity Chamber Orchestra with violinist Jinjoo Cho and organist Parker Ramsey. Tickets are $25 and may be purchased online (https://trinitycleveland.org/music-and-art/2014/07/14/bach-by-candlelight/) or by phone, 216-774-0420.