False Justice Authors To Speak

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Tuesday, September 12, 7 p.m. On Tuesday, September 12 at 7:00 p.m, the Community of St. Peter (7100 Euclid Avenue, Suite #125 Cleveland 44103) will welcome Jim and Nancy Petro, authors of False Justice: Eight Myths that Convict the Innocent. They will discuss the inconceivable injustice of wrongful criminal convictions. Jim is the former Attorney General of Ohio and one-time advocate of the death penalty. He has been a pro bono lawyer for the Innocence Project, the nonprofit legal clinic that pioneered the use of DNA to prove wrongful conviction. Nancy Petro has written for numerous publications and is a…

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Cathedral Concerts Welcomes A Man At Work Grammy Winner Colin Hay Will Appear At Trinity Cathedral Oct. 29

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Familiar to millions as the frontman, songwriter and vocalist of pop sensation Men At Work (“Down Under,” “Who Can It Be Now,” “Overkill”) CLEVELAND (August 25, 2015) – Cathedral Concerts, recognized by the Cleveland Plain Dealer as “one of the most unusual (and diverse) endeavors to hit the city in some time,” is back this fall at the gorgeous Trinity Cathedral. The concert series, exclusive to Cleveland, announced today that Grammy Award winner Colin Hay will perform at Trinity Cathedral on Thursday, October 29 at 8:00 p.m.

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Lenten Retreat: Seeking the Divine

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Saturday, March 14 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Registration: $25 (Cash or checks accepted on the day of the retreat but we do ask that you register in advance.) Led by the Rev. Dr. Sam Portaro, Jr. Lent is a season where we are invited both as a community and as individuals to acknowledge and grapple with our mortality. Through the traditional ritual acts of mortification — dying to self — we begin to perceive that death, at its essence, is about “letting go” of those aspects of our lives that keep us from perceiving the Divine in midst of our daily…

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Boar’s Head and Yule Log Festival

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The Boar’s Head and Yule Log Festival will be held at Trinity Cathedral on Saturday, Dec. 27 at 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. The cast and crew–including choir, performers and support staff–is an all-volunteer group, aged 4 years and up. This is the 52nd presentation of the event and it is truly a Cleveland Christmas tradition. The Festival is a multi-sensory Elizabethan Christmas experience with pageantry and music that celebrate the light of Christ coming into the world. Freewill offering. To learn more, visit www.boarsheadcleveland.org, visit the group’s Facebook page or email boarsheadfestival@hotmail.com.      

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First Sunday Knitting Workshops

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3-5 p.m. Location: Trinity Commons board room (above reception desk) Dates: Oct. 5, 2014; Dec. 7, 2014 Please note the dates planned for 2015 have been canceled. A short workshop for knitters of all levels to build confidence working on specific skills, yarn and needles available. Led by Beth Billings, an experienced knitting teacher. Participants may also work on their own projects in fellowship. Newcomers wishing to learn to knit or crochet should contact Beth (216-543-2980, billings13@gmail.com) in advance of the workshop. Yarn and needles or hooks are available. Learn more about the Knitting Pearls at trinitycleveland.org/knitting-pearls.  

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Youth Mission Trip, June 15-22

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June 15-22, 2014For youth in grades 6-12$100 non-refundable deposit to secure a spot, due by April 1To register: Contact the Rev. Sahra Harding (sharding@dohio.org or 216-774-0409) Youth will travel to Franklin, Pa. to work with others from St. John’s Episcopal Church and Mustard Seed Ministries. This is a ministry which serves to create awareness of systemic poverty in the Appalachian region of Northwestern Pennsylvania. Mission teams are offered the opportunity to study generational poverty while working side by side with community missioners.

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2014 Lenten Retreats

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Lenten Retreats – Engaging the Wilderness Saturday, March 8  9 a.m.-12 p.m.  Saturday, April 5  9 a.m.-12 p.m. $10 each  Register: krackley@dohio.org or 216-774-0418(Designed to be independent gatherings — come to one or both.) Led by the Rev. Kay Rackley, Trinity’s Associate for Adult Education and Formation The Wilderness is a central theme within the Judeo-Christian tradition. The paradigm for the spiritual journey conveyed in Scripture, contrary to the expectations of our culture, is that one must first experience the wilderness prior to arriving in “the promised land” or experiencing “resurrection.” In other words, there must be a time of…

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Absalom Jones 2014

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The annual Absalom Jones Feast Day and Celebration will be held at Trinity Cathedral on Sunday, Feb. 16 at 5 p.m. This yearly event celebrates the life of Jones who was born a slave, bought his freedom, and was later ordained in 1804 as the first African-American priest in The Episcopal Church.

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The Stage is the Spotlight for Third Half’s January and February Meetings

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Third Half of Life, Trinity’s group of those age 50+, is putting the spotlight on the stage this winter. Jan. 26, after the 11:15 a.m. service: Guest is David Hansen, education outreach associate for Great Lakes Theater. David discusses his play, “Double Heart” which is G.L.T.’s outreach production for 2014. Part of G.L.T.’s mission is to bring the classics to the Community. “Double Heart” imagines a backstory for Beatrice  and Benedict, the battling loves of “Much Ado About Nothing.”

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