THIS SATURDAY: Advent Retreat with Barbara Crafton!

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Saturday, December 3, 2016, 9:30 am to 4:00 pm It’s not too early to register for our Advent Retreat: “Exploring the Alsolife” with Rev. Barbara Crafton. The alsolife is a hopeful way of thinking about the ongoing life of the universe, in which the beloved dead and we ourselves all participate. It encourages us to go beyond our assumption that God is limited by time, giving us hope in the face of tremendous loss. Join Barbara Cawthorne Crafton, an Episcopal priest, spiritual director and author, in exploring how we can live out this vision. Contact: Canon Kay Rackley, krackley@trinitycleveland.org  Fee:…

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This Friday: Fall Choral Concert

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This Friday, November 18, Trinity Cathedral will host a Fall Choral Concert presenting masterpieces of the 20th and 21st centuries by Leonard Bernstein, David Conte, and Hubert Parry. Open to all, freewill offering. TIME: Friday, November 18, 7:30 p.m. FEATURING: The Trinity Cathedral Choir Todd Wilson, conductor Nicole Keller, organist PROGRAM: Leonard Bernstein: Chichester Psalms David Conte: “Trinity Cathedral” Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis (2016) C. Hubert H. Parry: Blest Pair of Sirens  

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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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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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Bicentennial Exhibit Opens to Great Fanfare

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More than 100 people were in attendance at a Gallery reception last Wednesday celebrating the long awaited opening of a new Bicentennial Exhibit, “Trinity Cathedral: Crossroads of the City and Heartbeat of its People.” We are very grateful for the four years of work by the Trinity History Committee: Michael Wells and Wayne and Martha Bifano; for the curatorial assistance of Bill Tregoning and Sabine Kretzschmar; the generous financial support of an anonymous donor and the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio; and to the Western Reserve Historical Society, Kenyon College, and the Union Club that lent us major paintings; and to…

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RSVP for the Bicentennial Exhibit Reception on Oct. 12

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This Wednesday, Oct. 12, please join us in the gallery to celebrate the opening of a new Bicentennial exhibit, “Trinity Cathedral: Crossroads of a City and Heartbeat of its People.” The exhibit celebrates Trinity’s 200 years as a force for good, for service, and for advocacy in the city of Cleveland. Please RSVP using this online form if you’re planning on coming so we can have an accurate headcount for catering. Please note there will be no Wednesday night supper this evening.

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Free Event: Sherrod Brown and Connie Schultz on Oct. 4

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CLEVELAND, OH – U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Connie Schultz will make a rare joint speaking appearance at Trinity Cathedral in downtown Cleveland. Free and open to the public, the moderated discussion on the future of America will be held at noon on Tuesday, October 4 in the nave of the cathedral. The event is the first in a national speakers series titled “A Future that Belongs to Us All,” celebrating Trinity’s 200th anniversary as the oldest congregation in Cleveland. The series is presented by Cleveland State University in partnership with Trinity Cathedral, The City Club of Cleveland, and ideastream. Future lectures in…

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