Events

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GJL 2010A Sacred Art Journey with Greg J. Lewis

Exhibit: Thru November 5, Kempton Hall
Join us as we engage the sacred art of liturgical artist and design director, Greg J. Lewis. Showcasing various forms to express his faith, Greg produces paintings, prints, stained glass and sculpture inviting the viewer to a visual journey of abstract beauty, order, focus, and prayer. The following events are part of the art journey. Please join us!


2Faith in the Flesh Exhibit

Thru November 5, Morrison Room. Portland Metro Episcopal Campus Ministry (PMECM) invites you to a fabulous photo exhibit which explores spirituality through tattoo art and features the work of celebrated photographer and Trinity member Danny Bronson.


National Lutheran Choir in Concert at Trinity

Saturday, September 30
7:00 p.m., Cathedral
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Blessing of the Animals

Sunday, October 1
2:00 p.m., Courtyard (Kempton Hall, if raining)
Bring your pets, stuffed animals, or pictures of pets that cannot attend. After a short prayer service inspired by St. Francis, all animals will be blessed.


Matthew webSpecial Evensong and Installation of the Rev. Dr. Matthew Lawrence

Sunday, October 1
Come join us at 5:00 p.m. in the Cathedral for a special Evensong as we celebrate the installation of Trinity's new Canon for Spiritual Formation, the Rev. Dr. Matthew Lawrence. The Evensong will feature  the Choir of Girls, Boys and Adults. Following the Evensong at 6:00 p.m., an organ recital will be offered featuring Ugo Sforza (Bari, Italy). A reception will follow in Kempton Hall. Please join us!


Portland Baroque Orchestra: Mozart Requiem

Thursday-Sunday, October 5-7
7:30 p.m., Cathedral
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journeysimageJourneys III: From Jerusalem to the Ends of the Earth-Registration Closes Sunday, September 17

October 14-May 19
Registration is now open for Journeys III: From Jerusalem to the Ends of the Earth, an in-depth introduction to Scripture, Biblical History and Theology developed by Jewish educator Jan Rabinowitch and Trinity Canon Educator Emeritus Mary Sicilia. This year we will be focusing on the story of both Judaism and the earliest Christian movement within it from 45 to 250 CE including the study and discussion of the whole of Christian Testament, the development of the Mishnah and other rabbinic writings as well as the story of how the two faiths gradually drifted apart. Journeys involves three components: six 5-hour Saturday plenary sessions throughout the school year with Jan and Mary; individual study of Scripture, commentary and background texts; and weekly Tuesday morning (9:30 a.m. to Noon) or Tuesday evening (6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.) facilitated seminar groups for purposes of discussion and reflection on the material. It is open to those who have already taken the previous Journeys segments as well as anyone with a background in Biblical studies gained through programs like EFM or previous coursework in Biblical studies/religion. Tuition for the year is $250. Limited scholarships are available. For further information, contact Mary Sicilia at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 360-597-3006. To register, click HERE. To pay online, click HERE.


Oktoberfest 002 webOktoberfest Hymn Sing

October, 15, 6:00 p.m., Cathedral
Fundraiser for the Friends of Music at Trinity Cathedral.
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Elderwise Lunch and Learn Program-Protecting the Planet's Climate

Thursday, October 19, Noon to 2:00 p.m., Morrison Room. Welcome University of Oregon law professor and author Mary Christina Wood. She is well known for advocating use of the Public Trust Doctrine to compel government action on climate change. This revolutionary legal approach is being used in cases brought on behalf of children and youth in the US and throughout the world. Click HERE to sign up by October 17. $10 per person. Please pay at the door.


Concert in Celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

Sunday, October 22, 4:00 p.m., Cathedral
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Peter2Two Workshops with Episcopal Priest Peter Fritsch-October 24

9:00 a.m. to Noon
Morrison Room
The Fisher King and the Handless Maiden: Recovering the Feeling Function and the Creativity in Masculine and Feminine Psychology and How This Can Deepen the Life of Prayer. Using stories from the Jesus narrative and Robert Johnson’s The Fisher King and the Handless Maiden as a springboard for teaching, this workshop which will give participants an understanding of the loss of personal power many people experience in Western culture. The folk tales provide solutions on how to regain trust in one’s intuition and instinct, and how creativity can be transformed and renewed in both men and women. Click HERE to register. Cost is $40 per person. Please pay at the door with cash or check.
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Morrison Room
The Anglican Tradition: Effective Teaching in Healing Prayer. Specific teaching will be giving about prayer concerning touch, words, silence, and prayers at a distance. Peter Fritsch has been training clergy and laity in healing prayer since 1978. He learned healing prayer from Episcopal teacher Agnes Sanford, Methodist clergyman Tommy Tyson, Episcopal priests Dr. John Large, Al Durrance, Morton Kelsey, Malcolm Miner, and Dennis Bennett. He studied the teachings of Francis Hunter, Dennis Bennett, and Francis McNutt, among many others. Click HERE to register. Cost is $40 per person. Please pay at the door with cash or check.

Peter Fritsch, scholar, teacher, Episcopal priest, is the author of A Moment of Great Power: Sacramental Prayer and Generational Healing, Dreams: A Spiritual Guide to Healing and Wholeness and Hungary: Finding A Place to Call Home. For additional information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Halloween Spooktacular webHalloween Organ Spooktacular

October 28, 6:00 p.m., Cathedral
A spooky family tradition benefitting Trinity Hunger Ministries. Come in costume!
Bruce Neswick and Christopher Lynch, organ
Preceded by all-ages Pumpkin Party in Kempton Hall at 5:00 p.m.
Suggested Donation: $10 adult/$5 child. Payable at the door.


Courage to Serve Fall Retreat

November 15-17
All retreats are held at the Alton L. Collins Retreat Center in Eagle Creek, Oregon. Facilitators include Caryl Creswell, Jeff Creswell, and Karen Noordhoff. To register or for additional information, visit www.couragecircleoftrust.org


Laud to the Nativity 002 webChristmas Concert: Laud to the Nativity

December 15, 7:00 p.m., Cathedral
Featuring Ottorino Respighi Laud to the Nativity
Musicians of the Oregon Symphony/Choir of Girls, Boys and Adults
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NYE webNew Year's Eve Concert

December 31, 7:00 p.m., Cathedral
Featuring a varied line-up of all-star performers!
Benefit concert for Trinity Hunger Ministries
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Mardi Gras Cabaret

February 9, 2018, 7:00 p.m.
Fundraiser for the Friends of Music at Trinity Cathedral
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Bach B Minor 002 webJ.S. Bach: Mass in B Minor

April 13 & 14, 2018
7:00 p.m., Cathedral. Trinity Music & Portland Baroque Orchestra. David Hill, conductor
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Chris Young webCrozier Concert: Christopher Young

May 11, 2018, 7:00 p.m., Cathedral
Acclaimed organ recitalist and faculty member at Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music
Free to the public

 

 

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