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Spiritual Growth

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Children & Youth

Children & Youth

Trinity Cathedral offers children, youth and families a variety of programs to foster a life of faith at the church and at home.

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Watch & Listen

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Upcoming Events

BrownBag Concert: An Afternoon at the Opera

Wednesday, Apr 17, 2024, 12:00 PM
Our season closes with a varied series of five vocal and instrumental chamber programs. Our service begins with soprano Val Sibila and mezzo-soprano Kira McGirr in a concert of opera arias and duets. From the sweetest Monteverdi and Menotti to s...
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Choral Evensong

Wednesday, Apr 17, 2024, 6:00 PM
Trinity Cathedral offers weekly evensong services as the sun goes down, at 6 p.m. on Wednesday evenings October through mid-May. The service is led on alternating weeks by the Trinity Cathedral Choir and the Trinity Chamber Singers. C...
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Greeting at the Door

In the church I served in North Carolina, we were visited for a stretch of several weeks by a young man whose behavior was erratic and unsettling. We welcomed him warmly, but were troubled by the way that he would come in mid-service, sit in pews...
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​Cognitive Resonance

I was in a coffee shop writing a sermon several weeks ago when I overheard someone speaking about their parents’ Christian faith. I didn’t hear the context, but I did hear him say that he just couldn’t understand his parents’ beliefs; he ...
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​The Downward Path

The way of grace is not upward, to places of power and status, but downward, towards those who hunger, suffer, or who weep. This is the path that walk with Jesus throughout the days of Holy Week. Henri Nouwen once titled a chapter in a book ...
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​The “Organizing” Part of Community Organizing

I’m so grateful to Trinity’s Greater Cleveland Congregations (GCC) Core Team for leading a campaign of one-on-one conversations to help us discern where Trinity’s passion and capacity for social justice is strongest. These conversations...
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​Test Driving Realm

While traveling this week, I had some time between flights to take our new congregational communication platform, Realm, out for a test drive. You know what? It was really useful…and actually kind of fun! Over the years, Trinity and many ...
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