Bio: The Rev. Sarah J. Shofstall

By |

The Rev. Dr. Paul L. Gaston, III became Acting Dean of Trinity Cathedral on March 1, 2017. Prior to this, Dr. Gaston was priest associate at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Akron. 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.

Read More

Ohio Poor People’s Campaign: Labyrinth Walk

By |

Thursday, June 14, 7 p.m. Trinity Cathedral will host an open labyrinth walk as part of the Ohio Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival. The walk will be held on Thursday, June 14 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. This will be a time of contemplation and faithful presence with the marginalized and voiceless in our communities. The event is free and open to all. The Poor People’s Campaign is a moral movement spanning 40 days, uniting tens of thousands of people across the country to challenge systemic racism, poverty, the war economy and ecological devastation. This event…

Read More

Canon Rackley’s Last Sunday at Trinity

By |

Canon Rackley’s Last Sunday at Trinity Canon Rackley’s last Sunday at Trinity will be June 10. Join Trinity kindred in celebration of her ministry. There will be Festive Coffee Hours after 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. services to say “Goodbye and Godspeed!” to Kay as she retires. We will send Canon Rackley off into her retirement with a purse. You can contribute by check or make an online donation. Check contributions should be payable to Trinity Cathedral with “Rackley Purse” written in the memo line. Checks can be mailed to Trinity, placed in the offering plate or left at the Front…

Read More