Trib Total Media published a wonderful article on Pittsburgh churches and the Holiday Tours conducted by Pittsburgh Tours and More on Saturday (12/13/14). What did they say about Trinity Cathedral? Click on the link and read for yourselves: http://triblive.com/lifestyles/history/7341237-74/pittsburgh-churches-church#axzz3LsNfHI2N
You can make a contribution for Christmas Flowers and/or Music Memorials in honor of your loved ones this Christmas. Please complete the Christmas Memorial Form found with today’s Bulletin. Please return your contribution in the Offertory Plate or to the Cathedral office no later than Friday, December 19th.
‘TIS THE SEASON…. Trinity Cathedral is looking for jolly elves to assist with decorating the Cathedral for the Christmas season. This will involve placing the greenery and bows in the windows, decorating the trees, and hanging the pine roping. We will be gathering together on Sunday, December 21st immediately after the 10:30 a.m. service and anticipate the decorating to be completed within 90 minutes. Please use the sign-up sheet on the parish bulletin board to volunteer and to join in fellowship and holiday cheer as we make the Cathedral beautiful for the Christmas season.
CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICES
No Noon Eucharist Service
4:00 p.m.- Family Service
10:00 p.m.- Christmas Music and Carols
10:30 p.m.- Christmas Eve Service; Bishop Dorsey McConnell Celebrant/Homilist
CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICE
10:30 a.m.- Holy Eucharist Rite I
No Noon Eucharist Service
WE LOOK FORWARD TO WORSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!
Do you have excess holiday spirit to share at Trinity Cathedral? If so, consider joining the Altar Guild for their annual pre-Christmas cleaning on Saturday, December 6th at 9:00 a.m. We will be sprucing up the worship spaces and hardware in preparation for Christmas (this is not to be confused with the Greening of the Cathedral just prior to Christmas).If you are interested in assisting, please contact Priscilla Castner (412)741-8848 or email@example.com for more information.
There are a number of positions on Cathedral Chapter which need to be filled for the next church year (2014-2015). In order to ensure balanced representation of Parish members and At-Large Diocesan members WE NEED VOLUNTEERS TO SERVE!
Please pray about whether the Lord is calling you to serve in this way. Dean Quinn and Senior Warden will be speaking to you over the next number of weeks to discern your interest and commitment to serve on Cathedral Chapter. A description of the duties and responsibilities for a Cathedral Chapter member, as well as for Deputies and Alternate Deputies to Diocesan convention, can be found on the website under the Parish Life tab..
Sunday November 9th kicks off our annual CHRISTMAS GIVING TREE project. In partnership with Lydia’s Place, we will be collecting Christmas gifts for children and for caregivers in families with an incarcerated parent. Gifts need to be wrapped and all gifts MUST BE brought to the Cathedral by SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30th.
Unable to come and share in worship at Trinity Cathedral? Family or work obligations mean you cannot attend a Sunday Service? Now you can listen to the previous week’s 10:30a.m. service from anywhere! Just click on the At Trinity Cathedral links on our website and you can listen to Sunday services with our splendid Trinity Cathedral Choir, uplifting hymns and spiritual music, and broadcasts of special events at Trinity Cathedral. You can also listen on your mobile devices using the FREE TuneIn app.
Sunday Services can be heard every 3 hours daily, commencing at 6amET(11amUTC). The weekly Sunday Service becomes available at 6p.m.ET. Sunday. Sermons from Dean Scott Quinn and Fr.Tim Hushion are also streamed through out the day.
The green links can be found at two locations on our website: in the right column under Trinity Cathedral Community News and at the bottom of the web page under Blog Rolls. You can also leave your comments and suggestions for At Trinity Cathedral on the station webpage while you listen. You can connect from your mobile devices by downloading the FREE TuneIn app
If you work Downtown, or are visiting in the Downtown area during the day, we invite you to our Noontime Eucharist Service, starting at 12:05p.m. Held in St. Mary’s Chapel these services are intimate and liturgical. The service lasts less than 30 minutes, allowing you ample time to worship and to return to your day’s activities. Whether you are a parishioner of Trinity Cathedral, a member of another church or congregation, or just a visitor to Pittsburgh, we welcome you to join us. On Thursdays, we conduct a Healing Service in conjunction with our Noon Eucharist. We look forward to you joining us in noontime praise at Trinity Cathedral.
Outreach Committee encourages you to Ignite Your 2014 with Random Acts of Kindness...
- Leave a “thank you” note and a treat for your mail carrier.
- Help collect cans of soup and fruit with pop-top lids; granola/protein bars; individually packaged candies, cookies, crackers, snack foods, etc for members of the Military (see Josie White with your donations or call Cathedral Office for information).