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It’s Time to Talk: Forum on Race

Sunday, February 4
Heather Steranka-Petit, Manager of Learning Programs, YWCA Greater Cleveland

Ohio's Craft Beers

Sunday, February 11

Ohio’s Craft Beers celebrates the variety of craft brewing in Ohio, offers appreciations of its quality, and reports on the renaissance of the brewer’s art throughout the Buckeye State. Beautifully illustrated with color photographs, the book takes readers on a tour of more than 40 of Ohio’s larger and more influential breweries and provides detailed descriptions of most of the others.

Author and photographer Paul L. Gaston visited all of the featured breweries, talked to the owners and brewers, and tasted their beers while photographing the pubs, brews, and customers. A generous sampler of the state s prime destinations for fans of good beer, Ohio’s Craft Beers offers fascinating perspectives on brewing, regional history, and the distinctive cultures of a rapidly growing but highly principled industry.

With Ohio’s Craft Beers as your guide, you can sip an amber ale on the front porch of Mt. Carmel in suburban Cincinnati, make your way to the industrial chic of Warped Wing in Dayton, enjoy the historic ambience of Portsmouth, and still find exceptional beers in the more utilitarian settings of MadTree in Cincinnati, Actual in Columbus, or Hoppin Frog in Akron. and in Willoughby you can return to the days of interurban travel while enjoying a full menu and creative brews at Willoughby Brewing Co.

Above all, beer is about community. Brewers enjoy their craft, and craft beer drinkers enjoy meeting other craft beer drinkers. Put a copy of this book under your arm, make an excursion, walk in with a thirst, and toast your new friends with Ohio’s Craft Beers.*

Capital Campaign Update

Sunday, February 18

An update on Trinity’s capital campaign will be given by Campaign and Property Committee members.

Ministries of the Cathedral: Urban Farm and A Place At The Table (APATT)

Sunday, February 25

Scott Blanchard and Lawrence Edem will visit the Dean’s Forum to discuss Trinity’s Urban Farm and A Place At The Table programs. This Forum is a part of a series showcasing some of the small groups, ministries and volunteer opportunities that Trinity has to offer.

Parish Update

Sunday, March 4

Members of the Dean Search Committee will give an update on the search for Trinity’s 12th dean. You can view Trinity’s recently-posted profile. The profile is a major source of information for clergy who are interested in Trinity’s dean position.

Active Bystanders

 Sunday, March 11, 10:10 a.m.
Ali Martin Scoufield and George O’Connell from the Office of Title IX at Case Western Reserve University visit the Dean’s Forum to discuss the decisions one makes to become involved or to stand idly by when witnessing a potentially bad situation. Find out what it takes to be an active bystander at the March 11 Dean’s Forum.

Ministries of the Cathedral: Campus Ministry and Marion-Sterling Partnership

Sunday, March 18

Marion-Sterling Partnership and Campus Ministry will be the focus of the March 18 Dean’s Forum. David Cratty will give his insight into the work done through Trinity’s partnership with Marion-Sterling school. Trinity supports Marion-Sterling’s Mission statement with volunteers to tutor students, assist teachers and co-ordination of Trinity’s annual collections of school supplies, warm hats/gloves and Thanksgiving baskets.

The Rev. Kay Rackley will be joined by Chavilah Witt, Assistant Director for the Center for Student Involvement at CSU to discuss the community building efforts between Trinity and our Campus District neighbor Cleveland State. Trinity Cathedral, in partnership with CSU, holds several community-building events and educational forums, a multi-faith prayer space for quiet reflection, in addition to providing hospitality for several student organizations on an ongoing basis.

Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless

 Sunday, April 8
NEOCH is a non-profit coalition of service providers, housing activists, members, and homeless people. We are called a “coalition” because we bring together diverse interests – from religious groups to homeless people to social service providers – with the common goal of finding solutions to homelessness. NEOCH stands uniquely poised to take on an exciting, yet challenging role within the community and continue as the primary resource for homeless advocacy in Northeast Ohio.

Ministries of the Cathedral: Choir and Liturgical Ministries

 Sunday, April 15
Todd Wilson and Anthony Kastellic

Uplifting Leaders (*Who Happen to be Women)

Sunday, April 29
Margie Flynn, Principal and Co-Founder of BrownFlynn and M. Ann Harlan, Co-CEO, Harlan Peterson Partners

Margie Flynn, Principal and Co-Founder of BrownFlynn and co-author of Uplifting Leaders (*Who Happen to be Women), will stop by the April 29, Dean’s Forum to discuss her book. Joining Margie will be M. Ann Harlan, Co-CEO, Harlan Peterson Partners, and retired vice president and general counsel at The J.M. Smucker Company. Ann is one 25 women featured in the book who have inspired and uplifted many as they advanced in their careers.

Ministries of the Cathedral: Greater Cleveland Congregations (GCC) and LGBT Outreach Team

 Sunday, May 13
 Gary Benjamin and Mark Malloy

Listen to the Dean’s Forum Podcast

May 15, 2019

Forum Podcast: How Music Gets Made at Trinity

April 12, 2019

Forum Podcast: New Perspectives on the Endowment

March 17, 2019

Forum Podcast: Principals for Making Liturgical Decisions

March 11, 2019

Forum Podcast: How the 1979 Book of Common Prayer Was Revised

March 7, 2019

Forum Podcast: History and Timeline of the 1979 ‘Book of Common Prayer’