The Omaha-area Episcopal Churches invite you to walk with us and scores of other churches and businesses in the 2019 Heartland Pride parade. The parade starts at 10:00 am on Saturday, June 29th, in the Old Market, starting at 15th and Harney. The route is about 10 blocks. Please gather at 9:30 on the west side of the W. Dale Clark Library on 15th Street between Douglas and Farnam. Look for the Episcopal banner! LGBTQ Episcopalians and straight friends and allies have been participating in this event for ten years, as a statement and reminder that the Episcopal Church welcomes everyone, and that “God’s love for all” means all. Join us as we celebrate our churches as truly welcoming and compassionate communities of faith and demonstrate the meaning of hospitality and the wide embrace of God’s love.
Join fellow Episcopalians from Trinity Cathedral and the other Omaha-area churches for a fun night at the baseball park! Come and see the Stormchasers on Friday, June 21 at 7:00pm (fireworks to follow!) at Werner Park and enjoy the game as well as fun and fellowship with Omaha Episcopalians.
The RVSP deadline has passed (June 9)
The Combined Choirs of Trinity Cathedral, All Saints Episcopal Church, and St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church offer their annual service of Choral Evensong (sung Evening Prayer) on the First Sunday in Lent. The service, which rotates annually between the three churches, is hosted by Trinity Cathedral this year.
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!