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  • Listen for Change at Trinity Cathedral

    by Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento Sacred Conversations for Racial Justice: Listen for a Change Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Sacramento will host “Sacred Conversations for Racial Justice: Listen for a Change,” a six-week series of sacred and respectful conversations around race. There is no charge for this series designed to help us better understand racial tensions in the Sacramento area and our country, so that we can respond in an informed and compassionate way. Thursday, February 4th will be...

  • October Speaker Series at Cathedral

    by Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Sacramento Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Sacramento is excited to welcome National Geographic photographer Dewitt Jones to their Speaker Series on Friday, October 2nd at 7:00 p.m. Dewitt Jones has been a National Geographic photographer for 20 years, and is excited to share his photos and insights learned in his photography career. The title of his talk is "Celebrate What's Right with the World." Tickets are on sale in the Cathedral Bookshop for $12.00. What...

  • Bishop Yvette Flunder at Trinity Cathedral

    by the Rev. Dr. Pamela Anderson, the Adult Ministries Director, Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento Trinity Episcopal Cathedral of Sacramento is honored to announce that Bishop Yvette Flunder will speak on Friday, May 8, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.

  • Capital Episcopal Youth Network

    by Elizabeth Coldiron, Capital Episcopal Youth Network, Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento The Capital Episcopal Youth Network was formed in the fall of 2014, when youth leaders from churches in and around the Sacramento area came together to create opportunities for youth to serve, learn and grow together- all while having fun! In 2015, the holiday weekends of Martin Luther King Day and Presidents’ Day were the times these Episcopal youth served together for Sierra Service Project’s Weeken...

  • Prayer Books at Mercy Center Auburn

    by Jerry Pare, Operations Manager, Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento Mercy Retreat Center in Auburn recently received 40 copies of The Book of Common Prayer, pew edition. Because of a lack of storage space, the books are stored in a closet rather than in the Chapel. When planning your event, please contact Robin Lionello or another Mercy Center staff member, and let them know that you would like to use the books and they can be made available.

  • Special Book Signing with the Bishop

    by The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California Artist and writer Kathrin Burleson released her new book The Soul’s Journey: An Artist’s Approach to the Stations of the Cross in November 2014, which features Kathrin’s paintings and reflections on her creative process and spiritual journey. Bishop Barry Beisner will join Kathrin for a special book signing event at the The Cathedral Bookshop at Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 from 6-7:00 p.m. What: Book Signing Event ...

  • Service of Tenebrae at Trinity Cathedral

    by David Link, Canon for Music, Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento One of the most solemn and powerful services of the church year, the Solemn Office of Tenebrae service is based on the ancient monastic offices, and includes the chanting of Psalms to plainsong (“Gregorian” chant). Also sung are the Tenebrae Responsories, written by the Spanish Renaissance composer Tomás Luis de Victoria, based on texts from the Lamentations of Jeremiah and music by Felice Anerio and Jacob Handl. This service will be ...

  • Feeding Hunger, Feeding Souls

    by the Rev. Cindy Long, Associate for Pastoral Care and Deacon, St. Michael's, Carmichael; St.

  • Women in Leadership at Winter Talk

    by Patricia Heinicke, Member, Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento and Intercultural Ministries Commission The Province VIII Indigenous People’s Network held its annual Winter Talk in Reno, Nevada on January 16-18, 2015. Attending from The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California were the Rev. Lewis "Sitting Panther" Powell, Deacon at Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Grass Valley and Indigenous Ministries Missioner, and Patricia Heinicke, member of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Sacramento.

  • 28th Annual Diocesan Choir Festival

    by David Link, Canon for Music, Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento All singers are invited to join us at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Sacramento on Saturday, February 7, 2015 for the 28th Annual Diocesan Choir Festival. This is a great opportunity for singers from around the state to gather for a day of music making, culminating with a Choral Evensong service (open to the public) that begins at 4:00 p.m. Rehearsal begins promptly at 9:00 a.m.

  • Memorial Service for the Homeless

    by the Rev. Steve Skiffington, Deacon, Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento A memorial interfaith service for our homeless brothers and sisters will be held on Friday, December 19, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Sacramento.

  • The Soul's Journey by Kathrin Burleson

    by The Episcopal Diocese of Northern California Artist and writer Kathrin Burleson has released a new book titled The Soul’s Journey: An Artist’s Approach to the Stations of the Cross. Kathrin is a founding member of Saints Martha and Mary Episcopal Mission in Trinidad, California and is an associate of the Community of the Transfiguration, a religious community for women in The Episcopal Church. Walk the historic tradition of the Stations of the Cross in new ways.

  • Piper’s Service for Animal Companions

    by Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento Piper’s Service is a Memorial Service for our animal companions we love, but see no longer. This service will be held at Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. This is a wonderful way to remember the animals who have graced our lives, and is a reminder that God cares for all of creation.

  • Blessings Abound at Trinity Cathedral!

    by Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento If you share your life with furry, finned or feathered friends (or any other kind of critter), please join us for the "Blessing of the Animals" at Trinity Cathedral in Sacramento this Sunday, October 5, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. If you would like to bring a picture or a stuffed pet, all are welcome to be blessed! We will meet in the courtyard and process with our pets into the Cathedral for blessings.

  • “Wonderful, Joyful Summer” at CNP

    by the Rev. Jenni Liem, Executive Director, Camp Noel Porter Now that August is here and there is a bit of nip in the air at Lake Tahoe, it is time to tell all of the good news of this year’s summer camp season at Camp Noel Porter. We hosted seven sessions of camp this year and our summer theme was "Joyful, joyful we adore you." We welcomed 137 campers over our seven weeks, and also enjoyed our Counselor-In-Training (CIT) week this year with our eight CITs.

  • Youth Marked for Mission at EYE14

    by the Rev. Kay Rohde, Ministry Development Coordinator, Episcopal Diocese of Northern California; EYE14 chaperone What do you have when 1,100 high school-aged Episcopalians and 200 adult chaperones gathering together to worship with singing, dancing and clapping? Listening and being moved by stories of transformation?

  • Bishop Ordains Four Transitional Deacons

    by Merry Phillips, member of Christ Church, Eureka On Saturday, June 28, 2014, the Rt. Rev. Barry L.

  • Kathryn Wallace Ordained

    by the Ven. Cookie Clark, Archdeacon for Diaconal Ministries On June 14, 2014 at Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento, Kathryn Wallace was ordained to the Sacred Order of Deacons by the Rt. Rev.

  • Education for Ministry 2014 Graduation

    by Sally Rooney, Education for Ministry Coordinator for the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California I attend St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Woodland and have served as the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California's Coordinator of Education for Ministry (EfM) for the past three years. It has been a humbling experience to work so closely with other committed Christians in this journey, and to encounter over and again the power and presence of the Holy Spirit.

  • School for Deacons Commencement

    by the Rev. Susan M. Reeve, St.

  • ECS Announces Grantees

    by the Rev. Lucretia Jevne, Episcopal Community Services (ECS) Board President and and Priest in Partnership at St. Brigid, Rio Vista Episcopal Community Services is pleased to announce that the following congregations and programs will receive a Ministry Development Grant.

  • 2014 Diocesan Choir Festival

    by Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Sacramento All choral singers are invited to join us for our Twenty-seventh Diocesan Choir Festival on Saturday, January 25, 2014. Singers from around our diocese and beyond will work together in the morning and afternoon preparing for our closing Choral Evensong at 3:00 p.m. Choral music to be sung includes music by Iain Quinn, A.

  • A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

    by Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento Saturday, December 21, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. The Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols is a service celebrating the birth of Jesus, which is traditionally followed at Christmas. The story of the fall of humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus is told in nine short Bible readings, interspersed with the singing of carols, anthems, and hymns.

  • Concert at Trinity Cathedral on Friday

    The Vocal Art Ensemble presents: Voices of Innocence: wonder • hope joy Friday, November 22, 2013 7:30 pm The Trinity Cathedral Music Series presents the Vocal Art Ensemble as it leaps into a choral playground of expressive music, stirring up the pure and precious emotions of childhood. Vivacious ethnic pieces from Serbia and Africa walk hand-in-hand with honored composers John Sheppard and Stephen Foster, as well as living legends Morten Lauridsen and Arvo Pärt. Diverse instruments, vocal textu...

  • Chanting [Y]our Heart Song

  • Lay Ministry Conference

    Are you seeking a lay ministry license? Perhaps you are just interested in a little more information about lay ministry licensing? If you answered yes to either of these questions, please join us for our upcoming Lay Ministry Conference.

  • Trinity Cathedral Recovery Weekend

    “I Once Was Lost, But Now I’m Found” September 14 at 5:10 p.m. September 15 at 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., 11:15 a.m. and 12:45 p.m.

  • Diocesan Partners in Ministries of Health

    by Diocesan Partners in Ministries of HealthThe mission of the Diocesan Partners in Ministries of Health is, in part, "...to bring ministries of health and healing to local parishes..." Recently, the Partners met and shared some of their service projects. A sampling of those mentioned were:The Rev. Art Lillicrapp, Director of Spiritual Care at Kaiser South Sacramento, inspired us with an opening meditation on seeing the Jesus within.

  • What is it to be an Episcopalian?

    by Jerry Paré, Catechumenate Director & Operations Manager at Trinity Cathedral in Sacramento What is it to be an Episcopalian? We recently had a Thursday Evening at the Cathedral class that looked at this topic under the catchy title "Jesus was an Episcopalian." There is a lot of truth in that claim. A HUGE part of what it is to be an Episcopalian Christian is to live sacramentally.

  • Anonymous 4 Concert

    In Sacramento by Canon David Link of Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento Tickets are now on sale for the Gala Concert by Anonymous 4, at Trinity Cathedral on Friday, April 20th at 7:30 pm. With twenty-one best-selling recordings on the Harmonia-Mundi label, and numerous awards and sold-out concert tours, Anonymous 4 has made a significant mark in the classical music world during their twenty-five year tenure together. Renowned for their unearthly vocal blend and virtuosic ensemble singing, the four wo...

  • What Is a Woman Who Loves Too Much?

    photo and article courtesy of Nancy Kilgore, M.S. Daily, all across America, women can suffer countless hours in emotional turmoil because of codependency. A woman in love dependency/co-dependency does not feel that she can be a happy, fulfilled, human being unless she is loved by a member of the opposite sex. A “woman who loves too much” often invests in a negative relationship and often denies that it is dysfunctional.

  • Attention Acolytes....

    by Brian Kempton, Acolyte Director for Trinity Cathedral Calling all acolytes! Our ministry is one of the oldest recognized orders in the church. There are so many of us that give our time and efforts to assist the clergy to bring Eucharist to our congregations and add dignity to worship services.

  • Catechumenate Minister Formation

    article courtesy of Jerry Paré, Catechumenate Director at Trinity Cathedral The Sierra Pacific Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and the Episcopal Diocese of Northern California are co-sponsors of “Making Disciples; A Conference for Catechumenate Leaders,” May 10-12 at Mercy Center, Auburn. The three-day conference is designed to provide answers to what the catechumenate is, as well as how it can be implemented in congregations. It is designed to respond to questions rai...

  • Diocesan Choir Festival Details

    We are pleased to share details of the upcoming 26th Annual Diocesan Choir Festival! This year we are excited to welcome Robert (Bob) Simpson as our guest conductor. Bob is Canon Musician at Christ Church Cathedral in Houston, and Artistic Director of the Houston Chamber Choir.

  • Sermon for the Rev. Marcia Engblom

    On Friday, November 4, a Celebration of Life Service was held at Trinity Cathedral for the Rev. Marcia Engblom, who passed away on Friday, October 28. The Rev.

  • Trinity Cathedral Goes to the Dogs...

    ...and cats, bunnies, birds, fish, assorted reptiles...you get the idea! article and photo courtesy of Wendy Mustain of Trinity Cathedral, Sacramento This coming Sunday, October 2 at Trinity Cathedral is the annual Blessing of the Animals to celebrate the Feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi.

  • A Fashion Statement Worth Making

    This article and photos are reprinted from the Rev. Pat Moore's blog, Tell it Slant. She recently attended the the July 23 Anti-Racism training at Trinity Cathedral, led by Lelanda Lee of the Diocese of Colorado.

  • Bishop Visits Cathedral for Confirmations

    photos and article by the Rev. Anne McKeever of Trinity Cathedral On his first Sunday back from sabbatical, the Right Rev. Barry Beisner (pictured below left with Nancy Tennyson and confirmand Elizabeth Chisum) confirmed nine youth and four adults at Trinity Cathedral on Trinity Sunday, June 19, 2011.

  • A Blessing of the Mitts

    article and photo by Amy Dierlam of Trinity Cathedral. Reprinted from the Trinity Cathedral e-Newsletter. Click here to read this week's edition.

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