Trinity Youth Service Project
Nov
18
11:45 AM11:45

Trinity Youth Service Project

The Trinity Youth Group will be volunteering on Sunday, November 18 with Restoring Dignity, a local non-profit that supports impoverished refugees and through whom we connected with Trinity's sponsored Yale Park refugee family. We will be helping to organize the agency's storage unit where donated items are stored until they can be used by needy refugee families. Lunch will be provided. We will return to the cathedral by 3:30 and the youth can be picked up at the back parking lot. If there are any questions, please contact Sue Wilkins at 402-759-6465. 

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Interfaith Thanksgiving Service (Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church)
Nov
18
5:00 PM17:00

Interfaith Thanksgiving Service (Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church)

In the spirit of thanksgiving, all are welcome to join our Christian, Muslim, and Jewish faith communities to celebrate our diversity as well as our unity in a collaborative service of worship, song, and prayer. This year’s service is hosted by Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church and First United Methodist Church-Omaha and will be on Sunday, November 18th at 5:00 pm at Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church (2650 Farnam St). The theme for this year is "Be Not Afraid." We encourage all ages to experience this special service, as we gather together, united in love and thanksgiving.

For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/244984502835968/

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Compline
Nov
25
7:00 PM19:00

Compline

Compline – night prayer – is the final worship of the day in the monastic system of canonical hours. This contemplative office focuses on spiritual peace. During the 35 minutes of sung Compline, no words are spoken; worshipers bathe in beautiful, timeless music, sung by Trinity’s Schola Cantorum. With lights dimmed and candles flickering, the calming ancient chants offer time and space for personal meditation and reflection. You will be invited to light a candle, offer prayers, and be still in God’s presence. Arrive at 6:45 for a brief introduction to Compline and a time of silent prayer. Compline is typically offered on the second and fourth Sundays of the month at 7:00 p.m. in October through May. Check our website and Facebook pages for schedule updates.

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The Advent of Advent: Wednesday Evening Discipleship Class
Nov
28
6:00 PM18:00

The Advent of Advent: Wednesday Evening Discipleship Class

This great liturgical season helps us to focus on the Incarnation of Christ. That Incarnation, God becoming human, was initiated by God, but at God’s design, required the assistance of other beings as well. Brother James Dowd will lead, The Advent of Advent, which will focus on four important “beings” of Advent. Join us on Wednesdays in Advent at 6:00 pm in the Clarkson Center conference room for the Advent of Advent.

Wednesday, November 28: The Prophet Isaiah

Wednesday, December 5: The Angel Gabriel

Wednesday, December 12: The Forerunner of Christ: John the Baptist

Wednesday, December 19: The Great Mother of God: the Virgin Mary

Each week we will explore the “being” itself and how they helped to bring about the Advent of Advent, the Scripture behind that “being” and the Tradition that grows out of that Scripture. Come join us for the Advent of Advent!

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World AIDS Day Service Saturday
Dec
1
7:00 PM19:00

World AIDS Day Service Saturday

On Saturday, December 1 at 7:00 p.m., First Unitarian Church (3114 Harney Street) hosts Omaha’s annual interfaith service commemorating World AIDS Day. We’ll hear from several community leaders about how we can continue to help put a permanent end to this disease. The service is being planned in partnership with the Nebraska AIDS project.

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Season of Advent Begins
Dec
2
8:30 AM08:30

Season of Advent Begins

The season of Advent marks the beginning of a new liturgical year.  The liturgical color for the season is purple.  The candles of the Advent wreath mark our progress through these four Sundays of preparation for the coming of Christ at Christmas.  Advent service music is often contemplative in tone, including the ancient Trisagion, a prayer for mercy.  Greenery takes the place of flowers on the altar to help set this season apart.  Advent hymns and readings help us prepare our hearts and minds for the gift of Christ’s Incarnation and the joy of Christmas.  Worship allows us to take our minds off the hustle and bustle of the holiday season and focus instead on prayer, reflection, and service to others.  As a popular Advent calendar states, “Slow Down.  Quiet.  It’s Advent.”

Join us for Holy Eucharist at 8:30 am and 10:30 am on the Sundays of Advent! 

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Entering the Season: Advent
Dec
2
11:45 AM11:45

Entering the Season: Advent

On the First Sunday of Advent we begin a series called Entering the Season which will be offered at the beginning of Advent, Lent, and other seasons as a way for all generations at Trinity to deeply engage with the church’s seasons. These events are intended to provide you and your family with meaningful and practical ways to experience, learn about, and pray during these seasons.

After the 10:30 am Eucharist on December 2, we will share a meal and learn about the Season of Advent by building Jesse Trees. The Jesse Tree is a practice of adorning a tree with ornaments that represent the people, prophesies, and events leading up to Jesus’ birth. At this event, we will be making Jesse Trees for you to take home as you and your household engage Advent.

Everyone who plans to a trend is invited to bring a pot of soup to share for lunch. Please contact Sue Wilkins at swilkins@trinityepiscopal.org if you are willing to bring soup. Bread and drinks will be provided.

We hope you’ll save the date for the next Entering the Season as we prepare for Lent on March 3.

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The Advent of Advent: Wednesday Evening Discipleship Class
Dec
5
6:00 PM18:00

The Advent of Advent: Wednesday Evening Discipleship Class

This great liturgical season helps us to focus on the Incarnation of Christ. That Incarnation, God becoming human, was initiated by God, but at God’s design, required the assistance of other beings as well. Brother James Dowd will lead, The Advent of Advent, which will focus on four important “beings” of Advent. Join us on Wednesdays in Advent at 6:00 pm in the Clarkson Center conference room for the Advent of Advent.

Wednesday, December 5: The Angel Gabriel

Wednesday, December 12: The Forerunner of Christ: John the Baptist

Wednesday, December 19: The Great Mother of God: the Virgin Mary

Each week we will explore the “being” itself and how they helped to bring about the Advent of Advent, the Scripture behind that “being” and the Tradition that grows out of that Scripture. Come join us for the Advent of Advent!

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Trinity Choir Members Sing for “Christmas at Union Station”
Dec
8
12:00 PM12:00

Trinity Choir Members Sing for “Christmas at Union Station”

Members of the Cathedral, Cantate, and Laudate Choirs are once again part of the holiday entertainment at the Durham Museum, 801 S 10th St., on Saturday, December 8 at noon. Look for us in front of the giant Christmas Tree! Regular museum admission rates apply.

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Compline
Dec
9
7:00 PM19:00

Compline

Compline – night prayer – is the final worship of the day in the monastic system of canonical hours. This contemplative office focuses on spiritual peace. During the 35 minutes of sung Compline, no words are spoken; worshipers bathe in beautiful, timeless music, sung by Trinity’s Schola Cantorum. With lights dimmed and candles flickering, the calming ancient chants offer time and space for personal meditation and reflection. You will be invited to light a candle, offer prayers, and be still in God’s presence. Arrive at 6:45 for a brief introduction to Compline and a time of silent prayer. Compline is typically offered on the second and fourth Sundays of the month at 7:00 p.m. in October through May. Check our website and Facebook pages for schedule updates this fall.

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The Advent of Advent: Wednesday Evening Discipleship Class
Dec
12
6:00 PM18:00

The Advent of Advent: Wednesday Evening Discipleship Class

This great liturgical season helps us to focus on the Incarnation of Christ. That Incarnation, God becoming human, was initiated by God, but at God’s design, required the assistance of other beings as well. Brother James Dowd will lead, The Advent of Advent, which will focus on four important “beings” of Advent. Join us on Wednesdays in Advent at 6:00 pm in the Clarkson Center conference room for the Advent of Advent.

Wednesday, December 12: The Forerunner of Christ: John the Baptist

Wednesday, December 19: The Great Mother of God: the Virgin Mary

Each week we will explore the “being” itself and how they helped to bring about the Advent of Advent, the Scripture behind that “being” and the Tradition that grows out of that Scripture. Come join us for the Advent of Advent!

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“A Victorian Christmas” - Historical Society Open House
Dec
16
9:30 AM09:30

“A Victorian Christmas” - Historical Society Open House

“A Victorian Christmas” is the theme for this year’s annual Open House held by the Historical Society on Sunday, December 16th, after both services. The museum rooms will be decorated with many Victorian designed trees and displays. Victorian goodies and punch will be served after the 10:30 service. Come see the museum rooms decked out in Victorian finery!

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The Advent of Advent: Wednesday Evening Discipleship Class
Dec
19
6:00 PM18:00

The Advent of Advent: Wednesday Evening Discipleship Class

This great liturgical season helps us to focus on the Incarnation of Christ. That Incarnation, God becoming human, was initiated by God, but at God’s design, required the assistance of other beings as well. Brother James Dowd will lead, The Advent of Advent, which will focus on four important “beings” of Advent. Join us on Wednesdays in Advent at 6:00 pm in the Clarkson Center conference room for the Advent of Advent.

Wednesday, December 19: The Great Mother of God: the Virgin Mary

Each week we will explore the “being” itself and how they helped to bring about the Advent of Advent, the Scripture behind that “being” and the Tradition that grows out of that Scripture. Come join us for the Advent of Advent!

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Blue Christmas
Dec
20
7:00 PM19:00

Blue Christmas

A Blue Christmas service is a time when we can, with others, acknowledge the “blue” feelings we have at Christmas time. For many who have lost a loved one, this is a time of sharp loneliness. For others, who have lost a relationship, health, a job, or had a financial setback it may be a time of pain, confusion or fear. This is not a joyous season for everyone. We hope you’ll join us to pray, light candles, and mark this aspect of this season with one another this night.

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Christmas Eve at Trinity Cathedral
Dec
24
to Dec 25

Christmas Eve at Trinity Cathedral

12:00 p.m. DEO Christmas dinner

4:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist with Children’s Choirs and pageant

7:00 p.m. Prelude music: A Ceremony of Carols by Benjamin Britten. Trinity Cathedral Schola Cantorum with Katie Wychulis, harp

7:30 p.m. Festival Choral Eucharist

10:00 p.m. Prelude music, Trinity Cathedral Choir and Brass Quintet

10:30 p.m. Festival Choral Eucharist

The Nursery is available at the 4:00 pm and 7:30 pm services.

Free parking is available from 3:00 pm to 12:00 am in the Central Parking Garage off of 18th Street.

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The Feast of the Epiphany
Jan
6
8:30 AM08:30

The Feast of the Epiphany

We are called to respond to Christ in faith through the showings of his divinity recorded in the gospels of the Epiphany season. As the twelve days of Christmas reach a joyous conclusion, we celebrate the light of Christ that has come into our world.

Join us for the Holy Eucharist at 8:30 and 10:30 on January 6th

At the 10:30 Eucharist, kids of all ages will enjoy a visit from the Three Kings!


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Joe Lenow's Ordination to the Priesthood
Jan
25
7:00 PM19:00

Joe Lenow's Ordination to the Priesthood

Come join us celebrate Deacon Joe Lenow’s Ordination to the Priesthood.

Joe has been with us since June of 2018, shortly after he was ordained to the diaconate in the Diocese of Virginia. He is a graduate of Duke Divinity School and the University of Virginia, and is a professor in the Theology Department at Creighton University. At Trinity Cathedral, Deacon Joe has served with us in the liturgy and worked with the Downtown Episcopal Outreach ministry.

Bishop Barker will ordain Joe on behalf of Bishop Suffragan Susan Goff of Virginia.

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Recovery Eucharist
Jan
30
7:00 PM19:00

Recovery Eucharist

Each year, we celebrate a Recovery Eucharist in observance of the feast of the Reverend Sam Shoemaker, an Episcopal priest who gave critical support to the founders of Alcoholics Anonymous and helped shape the spiritual wisdom of the recovery movement. This is an opportunity to celebrate the spiritual gifts the movement brings to all of us, offering support and solidarity with those in recovery. Bishop Barker will be preaching at this service.

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Compline
Nov
11
7:00 PM19:00

Compline

Compline – night prayer – is the final worship of the day in the monastic system of canonical hours. This contemplative office focuses on spiritual peace. During the 35 minutes of sung Compline, no words are spoken; worshipers bathe in beautiful, timeless music, sung by Trinity’s Schola Cantorum. With lights dimmed and candles flickering, the calming ancient chants offer time and space for personal meditation and reflection. You will be invited to light a candle, offer prayers, and be still in God’s presence. Arrive at 6:45 for a brief introduction to Compline and a time of silent prayer. Compline is typically offered on the second and fourth Sundays of the month at 7:00 p.m. in October through May. Check our website and Facebook pages for schedule updates.

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Election Day Vigil
Nov
6
8:00 AM08:00

Election Day Vigil

Trinity Cathedral will offer an opportunity for prayer and silent mediation on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6 

The time we will spend together will be completely non-partisan. There will be no discussion of candidates, campaigns, or issues. We will simply offer our prayers and engage in meditation. 

The vigil was developed as a way of offering a sanctuary of peace in the midst of a tense time, and helping us all to offer our lives, our leaders, and our nation into God’s care.

The specific schedule for November 6th is as follows:
8:00 AM Morning Prayer
11:45 Organ Prelude
12:00 Noon Holy Eucharist
5:30 PM Evening Prayer
7:45 PM Compline

At least one person will be at prayer throughout the time the polls are open in Nebraska (Central Time Zone). Please contact Brother James Dowd at jdowd@episcopal-ne.org to sign up for specific time.

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Trinity Youth Group
Nov
4
12:00 PM12:00

Trinity Youth Group

Trinity's Youth Group will be hiking at the Fontanelle Forest on November 4 after the close of the 10:30 service. We will meet upstairs in the Youth Room to eat lunch together and then head out for a hike. In case of snow which, sadly, needs to be accounted for, we will still meet and all parents and guardians will receive an email about an alternate plan on Friday. Sun or snow, you will be able to pick up your youth in the back parking lot at 3:30 p.m. As always, RSVP's to swilkins@trinityepiscopal.org are appreciated but not required.

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Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Annual Giving 2018: Celebrate All Saints’ Sunday and the Saints of Trinity
Nov
4
8:30 AM08:30

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Annual Giving 2018: Celebrate All Saints’ Sunday and the Saints of Trinity

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Annual Giving 2018

Sunday, November 4, 2018

Celebrate All Saints’ Sunday and the Saints of Trinity

All pledges, mailed or brought to the church, will be offered during services.

Joins us for a meal after each service!

9:30 a.m. Breakfast in Clarkson Center   

11:45 a.m. Lunch in Gardner Hall

Names of Faithful Departed

We are gathering the names of those who have died to be read during our All Souls’ Day Eucharist on Friday, November 2. Names of those who have died in the last year will be printed in the bulletin insert on All Saints’ Sunday, November 4. Names can be provided to Linda MacTaggart by email at lmactaggart@trinityepiscopal.org, by calling the cathedral office, or filling out a form which can be found throughout the cathedral, including the Clarkson Center and bell tower. Please place forms in the basket in the bell tower or give to a member of the clergy. The due date is Sunday, October 28.

Photos of Faithful Departed

Bring a picture of a loved one or send it to Father Steven at sking@trinityepiscopal.org for a slide show of the Saints of Trinity. The Trinity Historical Society will do a special exhibit of our “historical” saints. 

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All Souls' Day
Nov
2
12:10 PM12:10

All Souls' Day

All are invited to join in prayer in the Columbarium (located in the undercroft) at 12:10 pm for a Requiem Holy Eucharist in commemoration of All Souls’ Day. All names received of those who have died will be read.

Names of Faithful Departed

We are gathering the names of those who have died to be read during our All Souls’ Day Eucharist on Friday, November 2. Names of those who have died in the last year will be printed in the bulletin insert on All Saints’ Sunday, November 4. Names can be provided to Linda MacTaggart by email at lmactaggart@trinityepiscopal.org, by calling the cathedral office, or filling out a form which can be found throughout the cathedral, including the Clarkson Center and bell tower. Please place forms in the basket in the bell tower or give to a member of the clergy. The due date is Sunday, October 28.

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All Saints' Day Eucharist
Nov
1
7:00 PM19:00

All Saints' Day Eucharist

Celebrate All Saints' Day at this Festival Choral Eucharist with seasonal anthems offered by the Cathedral Choir and great hymns of faith. Choral music by Bainton, Parry, and Phillips. A reception follows the liturgy in the Clarkson Center.

Names of Faithful Departed

We are gathering the names of those who have died to be read during our All Souls’ Day Eucharist on Friday, November 2. Names of those who have died in the last year will be printed in the bulletin insert on All Saints’ Sunday, November 4. Names can be provided to Linda MacTaggart by email at lmactaggart@trinityepiscopal.org, by calling the cathedral office, or filling out a form which can be found throughout the cathedral, including the Clarkson Center and bell tower. Please place forms in the basket in the bell tower or give to a member of the clergy. The due date is Sunday, October 28.

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Compline
Oct
28
7:00 PM19:00

Compline

Compline – night prayer – is the final worship of the day in the monastic system of canonical hours. This contemplative office focuses on spiritual peace. During the 35 minutes of sung Compline, no words are spoken; worshipers bathe in beautiful, timeless music, sung by Trinity’s Schola Cantorum. With lights dimmed and candles flickering, the calming ancient chants offer time and space for personal meditation and reflection. You will be invited to light a candle, offer prayers, and be still in God’s presence. Arrive at 6:45 for a brief introduction to Compline and a time of silent prayer. Compline is typically offered on the second and fourth Sundays of the month at 7:00 p.m. in October through May. Check our website and Facebook pages for schedule updates.

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Second Annual Chili and Pumpkin Carving at Trinity
Oct
21
11:30 AM11:30

Second Annual Chili and Pumpkin Carving at Trinity

Fall is here! We'll celebrate sweater weather by carving pumpkins and eating chili together in Gardner Hall on October 21st after the 10:30 service. All are welcome and encouraged to bring the famous family recipe pot of chili. Drinks, chips and pumpkins will be provided. If possible, please RSVP to by sending an email to Sue Wilkins at swilkins@trinityepiscopal.org so that we have some idea of how many pumpkins we will need.

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“History In Our Midst: The Clerestory Windows” mini-tour
Oct
21
9:15 AM09:15

“History In Our Midst: The Clerestory Windows” mini-tour

“History In Our Midst: The Clerestory Windows” is a mini-tour of the clerestory windows which are those smaller window, high above the pews in Trinity’s nave. The thirty windows represent the Episcopal churches and institutions in operation in the Diocese of Nebraska at the time the cathedral was built in 1883. The program is part of the diocese’s 150th celebration and is presented by Trinity Cathedral’s Historical Society and will be offered after each service.

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Compline
Oct
14
7:00 PM19:00

Compline

Compline – night prayer – is the final worship of the day in the monastic system of canonical hours. This contemplative office focuses on spiritual peace. During the 35 minutes of sung Compline, no words are spoken; worshipers bathe in beautiful, timeless music, sung by Trinity’s Schola Cantorum. With lights dimmed and candles flickering, the calming ancient chants offer time and space for personal meditation and reflection. You will be invited to light a candle, offer prayers, and be still in God’s presence. Arrive at 6:45 for a brief introduction to Compline and a time of silent prayer. Compline is typically offered on the second and fourth Sundays of the month at 7:00 p.m. in October through May. Check our website and Facebook pages for schedule updates.

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Congregational Meeting: Parish House building project
Oct
14
9:30 AM09:30

Congregational Meeting: Parish House building project

On Sunday, October 14, we will host a congregational meeting following both the 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. services to give an update on the Parish House building project and to discuss the next steps. The building task force and the chapter are grateful for the energy and enthusiasm with which everyone engaged the architects last fall, and we look forward to reconnecting on October 14, and moving forward into God’s future together.


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Blessing of the Animals
Oct
6
10:30 AM10:30

Blessing of the Animals

We hope you will join us as we partner with St. Cecilia Cathedral through the Cathedral Arts Project as well as with Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church for a Blessing of the Pets service on Saturday, October 6 at 10:30am. The service, traditionally held on or near at the feast day of St. Francis of Assai, will take place at St. Cecilia Cathedral (701 N 40th St) and will feature the mounted police, the Nebraska Humane Society, and the Archdiocesan Youth Choir and Brass. All pets great and small (with dogs on leashes, please!) are welcome.

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Trinity Cathedral Young Adults
Oct
4
7:00 PM19:00

Trinity Cathedral Young Adults

Trinity’s young adults (loosely defined!) are invited to gather at 7:00pm on Thursday, October 4 at Vis Major Brewing Co. at 35th & Center.

We will gather every first Thursday of the month at 7:00 there for a chance to get to know one another better and to meet new friends. All are welcome and we hope you will invite a friend to join us.



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Trinity Youth Group
Sep
26
1:30 PM13:30

Trinity Youth Group

Trinity Youth Group will be going on a bike ride after the 10:30 a.m. service on October 14th. We will eat a quick lunch upstairs in the Youth Room and then head over to the Bike Union who has graciously allowed us to borrow bikes and helmets. We will be back at the church by 3:30 p.m. Parents can pick up their youth at the back parking lot. Please contact Sue Wilkins with any questions at swilkins@trinityepiscopal.org

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Thistle Lights Launch Celebration
Sep
21
6:00 PM18:00

Thistle Lights Launch Celebration

You are cordially invited to celebrate the launch of our survivor-led small business, Thistle Lights at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, September 21 at the Omar Events Center (4383 Nicholas Street - also the home of Thistle Lights)!  The evening's program will feature a performance by the Women of Magdalene Omaha, remarks by a graduate of Thistle Farms, and a keynote address by Becca Stevens.  Becca is President and Founder of the Magdalene residential recovery program and of Thistle Farms, the model's accompanying survivor-led small business in Nashville, Tennessee.  She is a highly-acclaimed international speaker who also has received numerous awards, including being named a White House Champion for Change, a CNN Hero, and Humanitarian of the Year by the Small Business Council of America.  All event proceeds will go to Magdalene Omaha.  This is an evening you do not want to miss!

Visit our event page to purchase tickets now:  https://beccastevenspeakingevent.simpletix.com/

Please call us if you have any questions at (402) 934-8599.  Can't wait to celebrate with you on September 21!!

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The Benedictine Way Foundation Day
Sep
14
6:00 PM18:00

The Benedictine Way Foundation Day

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oin us in welcoming the new community of The Benedictine Way and in dedicating Incarnation Monastery and St. Benedict’s House. Our Monk in Residence, Brother James Dowd will be commissioned as Prior of this community, and the first postulants will be received. Bishop Barker will celebrate the Holy Eucharist at 6:00 pm. Supper will follow for all.

We look forward to seeing you on this exciting day for our Trinity Cathedral & Omaha community and the Diocese of Nebraska!

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Reception honoring Christine Misek’s ministry
Sep
9
to Sep 10

Reception honoring Christine Misek’s ministry

Please plan to join us after the 10:30 am service on Sunday, September 9 in Gardner Hall as we celebrate Christine Misek, who stepped down this past May as Trinity’s Director of Children and Youth Ministries. Christine has served our youth for more than 20 years! Lunch will be served as we offer our gratitude to Christine for her many years of faithful service.

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Sunday Women in the Bible Series
Sep
9
to Oct 7

Sunday Women in the Bible Series

Where is Eve when Adam is given that inauspicious command not to eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil? And where is Adam when she later plucks that dangerous fruit? How much power does a matriarch like Rebekah have in her family, over her own fate and those of her children? What are the biblical writers trying to tell us when the future of all Israel turns on the loyalty of a foreign prostitute or the bravery of an unnamed woman in the heat of battle? What do the arguably scandalous women mentioned in Jesus’ genealogy in Matthew say about his mother and about what sort of savior he will become? Join us Sunday mornings from September 9 through October 7 at 9:30 am in Gardner Hall as we read stories of women in the Bible and try to better understand their place in the social, economic, political, and religious spheres of their day, and as we ask how their stories might, and might not, inform our own.

Sessions will be led by:

  • Melissa Tubbs Loya, PhD in Hebrew Bible (Sept 9, 16, 30, and Oct 7);

  • Becca Stevens, Founder of Thistle Farms (Sept 23)

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Block Party
Aug
26
11:30 AM11:30

Block Party

Celebrate the start to the program year with a joyful party on 18th Street! Treats will be available after the 8:30 service, After the 10:30 service, lunch is provided, and kids (and kids at heart) can enjoy games and a bounce house!

Students are encouraged to bring their school backpacks which will be blessed during both services with prayers for a great school year!

 


 

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Summer Series with Our Ecumenical Neighbors
Aug
2
to Aug 16

Summer Series with Our Ecumenical Neighbors

Please join us for three-sessions entitled “The Gospel and the Kingdom: Christian Witness in Downtown Omaha” on Thursdays, August 2, 9, and 16 at 6:00 pm with Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church and First Central Congregational Church (UCC). As three large, historic, and traditional downtown congregations, the three of us share many opportunities and challenges. In the midst of our differences, we are stronger together in our dedication to serving the gospel.

-The first session will be held at Trinity Cathedral on August 2 at 6:00 pm and will be a panel discussion that explores the way in which the gospel informs our real world engagement and witness.

-The second session will be held at Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church (2650 Farnam St) on August 9 at 6:00 pm and will present a “case study” of the highly innovative Kountze Commons medical and behavioral health clinics.

-The third session will be held at First Central Congregational Church (421 S 36th St.) on August 16 at 6:00 pm and will be a facilitated conversation about what we might be called to do together as a witness to the gospel in downtown Omaha (work around race, economics, etc.).

(Note that the Wednesday Evening Bible Study will meet on these three Thursdays instead of Wednesdays.)

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Compline
Apr
8
7:00 PM19:00

Compline

Compline – night prayer – is the final worship of the day in the monastic system of canonical hours. This contemplative office focuses on spiritual peace. During the 35 minutes of sung Compline, no words are spoken; worshipers bathe in beautiful, timeless music, sung by Trinity’s Schola Cantorum. With lights dimmed and candles flickering, the calming ancient chants offer time and space for personal meditation and reflection. You will be invited to light a candle, offer prayers, and be still in God’s presence. Arrive at 6:45 for a brief introduction to Compline and a time of silent prayer. Compline is offered on the second Sunday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in October, November, January, February, and April.

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Lenten Evensong
Feb
18
4:00 PM16:00

Lenten Evensong

The Trinity Cathedral Choir combines with the choirs of All Saints and St. Andrew’s Episcopal Churches for Evensong on the First Sunday in Lent. The traditional Anglican service of sung evening prayer rotates between the three parishes and will be held at All Saints Episcopal Church (9302 Blondo) this year. Music, scripture readings, and prayers provide an opportunity for quiet reflection as the season of Lent begins. All are welcome.

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Compline
Feb
11
7:00 PM19:00

Compline

Compline – night prayer – is the final worship of the day in the monastic system of canonical hours. This contemplative office focuses on spiritual peace. During the 35 minutes of sung Compline, no words are spoken; worshipers bathe in beautiful, timeless music, sung by Trinity’s Schola Cantorum. With lights dimmed and candles flickering, the calming ancient chants offer time and space for personal meditation and reflection. You will be invited to light a candle, offer prayers, and be still in God’s presence. Arrive at 6:45 for a brief introduction to Compline and a time of silent prayer. Compline is offered on the second Sunday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in October, November, January, February, and April.

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