Stories and Announcements

Lections for Sunday, April 23, 2017

Sunday, April 23, 2017 - Second Sunday of Easter

Lections

Acts 2:14a,22-32   1 Peter 1:3-9   John 20:19-31   Psalm 16

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Bishop Waldo's Sermon From April 12, 2017

Click here to read to Bishop Waldo's noonday prayer sermon from Wednesday, April 12 at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral.

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Deb Richardson-Moore Sermon

Click here to listen to The Rev'd Deb Richardson-Moore's noonday prayer sermon from Wednesday, April 5 at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral.

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Labyrinth During Holy Week

Trinity’s Labyrinth will be available for you to walk during Holy Week. It will be in the Trinity Center gym from Monday through Thursday. Then on Good Friday the Labyrinth will be in Satterlee Hall all day. Labyrinths are found in many holy sites around the world and have long been used by Christians as a walking meditation. Stepping into the labyrinth is choosing to walk the spiritual path. Consider making this gentle but powerful tool for prayer an integral part of your Holy Week observance.

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A Meditation of the Passion

This Sunday, April 9 at 4 pm, there will be a service of prayers, readings and music featuring Dietrich Buxtehude's Cantata, The Limbs of our Jesus
With The North Carolina Baroque Orchestra
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Wednesday Events Cancelled: April 5

Noonday prayer at 12:30 pm is still on for today (Wednesday, April 5) but all Wednesday evening events and activities at Trinity have been CANCELED.

All updates will be posted online here and on Trinity's Facebook page at trinitysc.org/trinitycathedralsc.

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Reaffirmation of Clergy Vows

Next Monday, April 10 at 11 am, the Bishops, Priests, and Deacons of the Diocese of Upper South Carolina will gather to continue the ancient tradition of renewal of ordination vows. The Rt. Rev'd W. Andrew Waldo will celebrate and The Rev'd Canon David Johnson, recently retired Canon to the Ordinary of the Diocese of Mississippi, will preach. Church members are invited to attend. It will be a wonderful opportunity to witness these vows and participate in this ancient rite.

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New Clergy Announcement

I’m excited to announce that a new clergy person will join our staff in May. I’ve called the Rev’d Dorian Del Priore to be our new Canon for Parish Life. Dorian has a vibrant presence, a strong faith, and is warmly engaging. In his brief years as an ordained priest, he has managed to gain impressive experience in many areas of church life. Most recently, as associate priest for children, youth, and family at St. Peter’s, Greenville, he has created a warm parish atmosphere, and he cites “developing community” as a key passion. That’s exactly the kind of vital work I see our new position of Canon for Parish Life catalyzing. Read more here.

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