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Worship and Spirituality

All that we do at Trinity is grounded in worship and prayer. Our beliefs are evident in our worship; what we believe is set forth in how we do ritual and celebration together.

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Summer Worship

May 29-September 11

8:30 a.m. Sunday Early Eucharist

10 a.m. Sunday Holy Eucharist

12:10 a.m. Healing Eucharist (Third Thursday of Each Month)

Sundays

September 11 – Memorial Day Weekend

8 a.m. Our service schedule begins with the Early Eucharist in the chapel. This intimate service features basic music and follows the  Book of Common Prayer in its order of worship.
9 a.m. Holy Eucharist with the Gateway Band is held in the cathedral nave. The band provides upbeat, modern music including our cantor, Jennifer Cochran, guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, saxophone and other woodwinds. The main instrument, however, is the combined voices of the congregation singing all of the service’s music. This service is for all ages but is especially appropriate for children, with Children’s Chapel, held between the gospel (which children are invited to watch up close) and the peace.
10:10 a.m. Fall through spring, education hour takes place at 10:10. Sunday school and youth group meet on first and third Sundays of each month. Held on select Sundays, The Trinity Forum is a question and answer format discussion between Dean Owens and special guests from diverse backgrounds including theologians, politicians, educators, activists, scientists and more. Bible groups hold special studies throughout the year. For an up-to-date schedule of Bible study classes, please contact the Rev. Adrienne Koch at akoch@trinitycleveland.org.

11:15 a.m. Choral Eucharist is celebrated. Our world-class choir and musicians, under the leadership of Music Director Todd Wilson, set the tone for the service and the congregation has plenty of opportunities to sing. Children are encouraged to move close for the reading of the Gospel, and they participate in Children’s Chapel afterward, and rejoin their parents or caregivers for the Eucharist. This service is also livestreamed at trinitycleveland.org and facebook.com/trinitycleve.

5 p.m. On first Sundays of the month (October-May), Trinity hosts a Solemn Eucharist. This formal service includes incense, bells, plainsong and the ceremonies of an Anglican high church service.

Wednesdays

Services of Choral Evensong are held Wednesdays at 6 p.m. (October- December and February – May). This sung evening service, rich with contrasts between light and dark, is sung by the Trinity Cathedral Choir or the Trinity Chamber Singers. Each evensong commemorates a saint in the Episcopal Church. This service is also livestreamed at trinitycleveland.org and facebook.com/trinitycleve.

Thursdays

On the third Thursday of each month at 12:10 p.m., Trinity holds a healing Eucharist. This quiet, intimate mid-week service offers a brief respite from the pressures and frenetic pace of the world around us. Words of encouragement are offered and space is made for prayers of thanksgiving, intercession and petition. All are invited to participate in Holy Communion and those so desiring may receive an anointing for healing of themselves or others.

This Sunday, August 14
Tenth Sunday After Pentecost

Summer schedule is in force with services at 8:30 a.m. and 10 a.m.

If you plan to attend any of Trinity’s Sunday services in person, please review the rules for rules for in-person services.

8:30 a.m. Early Eucharist
The Very Rev. Bernard J. Owens, preaching and celebrating
Trinity’s Sunday begins with Early Eucharist in the chapel.
10 a.m. Holy Eucharist
The Very Rev. Bernard J. Owens, preaching
The Rev. Adrienne Koch, celebrating
Music will include works by Ralph Vaughan Williams and Henry Purcell. Tenor Brad Upham will be the soloist. Children can worship and/or play in the interactive soft space, located in the chancel, between the choir stalls.
In Confidenza: Secrets and Transcendence
In Honor of the Feast Day of Mary, Mother of Jesus
Trinity member Anne Kmiek has created a fiber installation inspired by Giovanni di Paolo’s Branchini Altarpiece of 1427 for this special feast day. It will be displayed in the piazza Sunday. Anne brings artifacts to life to give evidence of female empowerment throughout church history and reveals the fluidity of gender, supporting a cultural shift toward a richer expression of our shared humanity.