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Let Justice Roll Down: Wednesday Evening Bible Study
Oct
23
6:15 PM18:15

Let Justice Roll Down: Wednesday Evening Bible Study

Both the Hebrew and the Christian Scriptures are filled with God’s call to work for justice among the poor, the oppressed, the stranger, the widow and the orphan. You are invited to join Brother James Dowd, OSB to explore some of these texts in our bible study from October 23rd through November 20th. Join us for a contemplative Eucharist at 5:45, followed by Bible study from 6:15-7:30. All are welcome!


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Sunday Morning Dean’s Forum on the Way of Love
Oct
27
9:30 AM09:30

Sunday Morning Dean’s Forum on the Way of Love

This year’s formation theme, “Come, Follow Me” begins with the Dean’s Forum on Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s Way of Love curriculum. The way of love is an intentional commitment to a set of practices that are foundational to living as a disciple of Jesus in the world: turn, learn, pray, worship, bless, go, rest. Join Dean Loya in Gardner Hall Sunday, September 15 to October 27 from 9:30-10:15 for reflection, discussion, and sharing on these seven practices in the Way of Love.

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Pumpkin carving
Oct
27
11:45 AM11:45

Pumpkin carving

Mark your calendars and bring your pumpkins for the Trinity Pumpkin Carving and Chili Supper on October 27! All are welcome and encouraged to bring their favorite family recipe pot of chili. Festivities will take place in Gardner Hall after the 10:30 AM Eucharist. Drinks, chips, some carving supplies, and decorations will be provided. If you are planning to bring a pot of chili or an extra pumpkin, let Abby Zimmerman know at azimmerman@trinityepiscopal.org. Hope to see you there!


 

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Let Justice Roll Down: Wednesday Evening Bible Study
Oct
30
6:15 PM18:15

Let Justice Roll Down: Wednesday Evening Bible Study

Both the Hebrew and the Christian Scriptures are filled with God’s call to work for justice among the poor, the oppressed, the stranger, the widow and the orphan. You are invited to join Brother James Dowd, OSB to explore some of these texts in our bible study from October 23rd through November 20th. Join us for a contemplative Eucharist at 5:45, followed by Bible study from 6:15-7:30. All are welcome!


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Let Justice Roll Down: Wednesday Evening Bible Study
Nov
6
6:15 PM18:15

Let Justice Roll Down: Wednesday Evening Bible Study

Both the Hebrew and the Christian Scriptures are filled with God’s call to work for justice among the poor, the oppressed, the stranger, the widow and the orphan. You are invited to join Brother James Dowd, OSB to explore some of these texts in our bible study from October 23rd through November 20th. Join us for a contemplative Eucharist at 5:45, followed by Bible study from 6:15-7:30. All are welcome!


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Let Justice Roll Down: Wednesday Evening Bible Study
Nov
13
6:15 PM18:15

Let Justice Roll Down: Wednesday Evening Bible Study

Both the Hebrew and the Christian Scriptures are filled with God’s call to work for justice among the poor, the oppressed, the stranger, the widow and the orphan. You are invited to join Brother James Dowd, OSB to explore some of these texts in our bible study from October 23rd through November 20th. Join us for a contemplative Eucharist at 5:45, followed by Bible study from 6:15-7:30. All are welcome!


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Let Justice Roll Down: Wednesday Evening Bible Study
Nov
20
6:15 PM18:15

Let Justice Roll Down: Wednesday Evening Bible Study

Both the Hebrew and the Christian Scriptures are filled with God’s call to work for justice among the poor, the oppressed, the stranger, the widow and the orphan. You are invited to join Brother James Dowd, OSB to explore some of these texts in our bible study from October 23rd through November 20th. Join us for a contemplative Eucharist at 5:45, followed by Bible study from 6:15-7:30. All are welcome!


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Sunday Morning Dean’s Forum on the Way of Love
Oct
13
9:30 AM09:30

Sunday Morning Dean’s Forum on the Way of Love

This year’s formation theme, “Come, Follow Me” begins with the Dean’s Forum on Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s Way of Love curriculum. The way of love is an intentional commitment to a set of practices that are foundational to living as a disciple of Jesus in the world: turn, learn, pray, worship, bless, go, rest. Join Dean Loya in Gardner Hall Sunday, September 15 to October 27 from 9:30-10:15 for reflection, discussion, and sharing on these seven practices in the Way of Love.

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Historical Society Mini-Tour - “The Ogden Windows and Bells”
Oct
13
8:30 AM08:30

Historical Society Mini-Tour - “The Ogden Windows and Bells”

“The Ogden Windows and Bells” is the next mini-tour to be held on October 13th after both services. The three windows on the southwest side of Trinity’s nave are more yellow in color than our other windows. They tell the story of a railroad tycoon, William B. Ogden, and his friendship with Bishop Robert Harper Clarkson in the early days of Chicago. Come hear this fascinating story and listen to a special presentation of our beloved Trinity bells played by Dr. Marty Wheeler Burnett. This will be the 135th anniversary of the first playing of the bells. The mini-tour is presented by Trinity’s Historical Society.

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Blessing of the Animals
Oct
5
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 5 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). All pets great and small (with dogs on leashes, please!) are welcome.

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Race and Reconciliation Ecumenical Worship Service
Sep
29
6:00 PM18:00

Race and Reconciliation Ecumenical Worship Service

A reconciliation paradigm is at the heart of faith. The reality of racial division is one of lament. May we seek healing. Join us for an ecumenical race and reconciliation worship service, followed by a time to enjoy fellowship afterwards.

May we come together and honor the memory of Will Brown as a faith community.

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Durham Museum: Race: Are We So Different?
Sep
29
1:30 PM13:30

Durham Museum: Race: Are We So Different?

Trinity Cathedral, Church of the Resurrection, and All Saints invite the Diocese of Nebraska to an eight-day prayer vigil for racial justice and reconciliation. This is the 400th anniversary of the start of the slave trade in America, and the 100th anniversary of the brutal lynching of William Brown by an Omaha mob.

On Sunday, September 29th, the Durham Museum (801 S. 10th Street) offers free admission the the exhibit “Race: Are We So Different?” from 1:00 - 5:00 pm

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Sunday Morning Dean’s Forum on the Way of Love
Sep
29
9:30 AM09:30

Sunday Morning Dean’s Forum on the Way of Love

This year’s formation theme, “Come, Follow Me” begins with the Dean’s Forum on Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s Way of Love curriculum. The way of love is an intentional commitment to a set of practices that are foundational to living as a disciple of Jesus in the world: turn, learn, pray, worship, bless, go, rest. Join Dean Loya in Gardner Hall Sunday, September 15 to October 27 from 9:30-10:15 for reflection, discussion, and sharing on these seven practices in the Way of Love.

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Sunday Morning Dean’s Forum on the Way of Love
Sep
22
9:30 AM09:30

Sunday Morning Dean’s Forum on the Way of Love

This year’s formation theme, “Come, Follow Me” begins with the Dean’s Forum on Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s Way of Love curriculum. The way of love is an intentional commitment to a set of practices that are foundational to living as a disciple of Jesus in the world: turn, learn, pray, worship, bless, go, rest. Join Dean Loya in Gardner Hall Sunday, September 15 to October 27 from 9:30-10:15 for reflection, discussion, and sharing on these seven practices in the Way of Love.


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Movie Screening: Traces of the Trade
Sep
20
6:00 PM18:00

Movie Screening: Traces of the Trade

Trinity Cathedral, Church of the Resurrection, and All Saints invite the Diocese of Nebraska to an eight-day prayer vigil for racial justice and reconciliation. This is the 400th anniversary of the start of the slave trade in America, and the 100th anniversary of the brutal lynching of William Brown by an Omaha mob.


The first event is a free dinner and discussion of the film "Traces of the Trade" on Friday, September 20th 6:00 pm All Saints (9302 Blondo). Follow the personal journey of the DeWolf family, Episcopalians from New England, as they discover their ancestors were the largest slave-trading family in U.S. history.

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Welcome The Rev. Canon Paul-Gordon Chandler of CARAVAN
Sep
8
8:30 AM08:30

Welcome The Rev. Canon Paul-Gordon Chandler of CARAVAN

On Sunday, September 8, we welcome The Rev. Canon Paul-Gordon Chandler, the CEO of CARAVAN to Trinity Cathedral.  CARAVAN is a peacebuilding non-profit/ministry that uses the arts to build sustainable peace around the world.  The US premier of Caravan’s art exhibit, “ABRAHAM: Out of One, Many”, which features contemporary visual artists from the faith traditions of Islam, Christianity and Judaism, will also open on Sunday, September 8 at Temple Israel in Omaha. At Trinity Cathedral. Canon Chandler will speak about the exhibit as well as Christian-Muslim-Jewish relations at the Dean’s Forum on September 8 at 9:30 am and will preach at both the 8:30 & 10:30 am services. More information about the exhibit can be found at oncaravan.org/abraham

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Fall Kick-Off Block Party & Blessing of Backpacks
Aug
25
8:30 AM08:30

Fall Kick-Off Block Party & Blessing of Backpacks

Celebrate the start to the program year with a joyful party on Sunday, August 25.

Donuts and coffee outside the bell tower follow the 8:30 service. The bounce house, tables, and food will be located outside the chapel door on the north side of the cathedral after the 10:30 service. If you want to picnic on the grass, bring lawn chairs and blankets!

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 Sunday School
Jul
7
to Jul 28

Summer Sunday School

Each Sunday morning in July from 9:30-10:15, children of all ages are invited to join us for Summer Sunday School. This year’s theme is Caring for Creation. Children will learn about what our faith says about caring for creation, ways to do so in their own lives, and create some practices for our cathedral community to do so. 

 

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Trinity night at "Shakespeare on the Green"
Jun
29
6:30 PM18:30

Trinity night at "Shakespeare on the Green"

Debra Reilly and Bob Culver invite the cathedral community to join them starting at 6:30 pm on Saturday, June 29 for the production of “Hamlet” at Shakespeare on the Green. The play starts at 8:00 pm. They will provide personalized wood fired pizzas from Prairie Fire Pizza. You are invited to bring other snacks, desserts and drinks you might want. This is a fun event for the whole family. Kids are welcome. We’ll fly an Episcopal flag outside the tent and show the Omaha community our festive Episcopal best! Wear your Trinity T-Shirt too!

For directions and parking info, see: http://www.nebraskashakespeare.com/your-visit/parking-and-directions

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Heartland Pride
Jun
29
9:30 AM09:30

Heartland Pride

  • 15th Street and Harney Street Omaha, NE (map)
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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.

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Episcopal Night at the Stormchasers game
Jun
21
7:00 PM19:00

Episcopal Night at the Stormchasers game

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)

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Trinity Sunday: Bishop's Visitation and Confirmation
Jun
16
8:30 AM08:30

Trinity Sunday: Bishop's Visitation and Confirmation

Celebrate Trinity Sunday at Trinity Cathedral! On Sunday, June 16, we welcome Bishop Barker for his visit to Trinity Cathedral. On this day, we will welcome the newest members of The Episcopal Church and Trinity Cathedral through Confirmation and Reception. 

He will be doing a Town Hall Q&A in Gardner Hall between the services

Trinity Sunday is the Feast that celebrates "the one and equal glory" of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, "in Trinity of Persons and in Unity of Being" (BCP, p. 380).

 

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Bigger Bible School
Jun
10
to Jun 12

Bigger Bible School

What do Christians believe about the afterlife? What is heaven? What do we mean by "the resurrection of the dead?" What about hell?

Join Dean Loya and others for three nights of exploring Christian hope for the life to come. Bigger Bible School will draw on the Bible, ancient and contemporary theologians, as well as art and literature to explore the origins and development of some of the core beliefs of Christianity.

Join us each evening from Monday - Thursday, June 10 – 12, with dinner at 5:30 in Gardner Hall; the program concludes by 7:30pm. Children ages 4-11 are welcome to join in Vacation Bible School and the nursery staff is available for children younger than 4. Email Fr. Steven at sking@trinityepiscopal.com if you plan to attend so we can have a count for food.

 

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Dean's Forum: Trinity 101
Apr
7
9:30 AM09:30

Dean's Forum: Trinity 101

Sunday mornings in Lent, join Dean Loya in Gardner Hall at from 9:30 am for Trinity 101. This class is a general introduction to Christianity as the Episcopal church has received it. It will cover topics such as liturgy & sacraments, the Bible, contemporary issues, and how our cathedral is governed and functions. The class is both the required course for new members preparing for confirmation as well as an important way for long time Episcopalians to learn more about the church.

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Historical Society mini-tour: “Her name was Caroline”
Apr
7
9:15 AM09:15

Historical Society mini-tour: “Her name was Caroline”

“Her name was Caroline” is the theme for the April 7th mini-tour given by the Historical Society. The mini-tour will feature the “Tree and Vine” window which is a memorial to Caroline Ann Joy French Morton (Mrs. J. Sterling Morton). Members of the Historical Society will walk attendees through Caroline’s life as a child growing up in Detroit and her adult life as planner, planter, gardener, wife, mother, civic leader and mistress of Arbor Lodge. Held after both services on April 7th, this “History In Our Midst: Arbor Day Commemoration” tour is not to be missed.

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Dean's Forum: Trinity 101
Mar
31
9:30 AM09:30

Dean's Forum: Trinity 101

Sunday mornings in Lent, join Dean Loya in Gardner Hall at from 9:30 am for Trinity 101. This class is a general introduction to Christianity as the Episcopal church has received it. It will cover topics such as liturgy & sacraments, the Bible, contemporary issues, and how our cathedral is governed and functions. The class is both the required course for new members preparing for confirmation as well as an important way for long time Episcopalians to learn more about the church.

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Dean's Forum: Trinity 101
Mar
24
9:30 AM09:30

Dean's Forum: Trinity 101

Sunday mornings in Lent, join Dean Loya in Gardner Hall at from 9:30 am for Trinity 101. This class is a general introduction to Christianity as the Episcopal church has received it. It will cover topics such as liturgy & sacraments, the Bible, contemporary issues, and how our cathedral is governed and functions. The class is both the required course for new members preparing for confirmation as well as an important way for long time Episcopalians to learn more about the church.

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Trinity Cathedral Lenten Retreat
Mar
22
to Mar 23

Trinity Cathedral Lenten Retreat

Brother James Dowd will lead our parish Lenten retreat this year at Incarnation Monastery (3020 Belvedere Blvd in Omaha) beginning on Friday, March 22nd from 5:30 PM until 8:00 PM and resume on Saturday morning, March 23rd at 8:00 AM and will be concluded by 1:30 PM. The retreat is free of charge but space is limited, so sign up now by contacting Br. James at jdowd@episcopal-ne.org by March 18th.

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Dean's Forum: Trinity 101
Mar
17
9:30 AM09:30

Dean's Forum: Trinity 101

Sunday mornings in Lent, join Dean Loya in Gardner Hall at from 9:30 am for Trinity 101. This class is a general introduction to Christianity as the Episcopal church has received it. It will cover topics such as liturgy & sacraments, the Bible, contemporary issues, and how our cathedral is governed and functions. The class is both the required course for new members preparing for confirmation as well as an important way for long time Episcopalians to learn more about the church.

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Dean's Forum: Trinity 101
Mar
10
9:30 AM09:30

Dean's Forum: Trinity 101

Sunday mornings in Lent, join Dean Loya in Gardner Hall at from 9:30 am for Trinity 101. This class is a general introduction to Christianity as the Episcopal church has received it. It will cover topics such as liturgy & sacraments, the Bible, contemporary issues, and how our cathedral is governed and functions. The class is both the required course for new members preparing for confirmation as well as an important way for long time Episcopalians to learn more about the church.

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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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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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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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Fall Block Party
Aug
27
8:30 AM08:30

Fall Block Party

Celebrate the beginning of a new program year! We'll have coffee and treats after the 8:30 Eucharist. Our Cathedral Choir begins a new season with rehearsal at 9:30. Following the 10:30 Eucharist, enjoy a free picnic lunch on 18th Street, just outside our front door. We'll have games and a bounce house for the kids, and you'll have the opportunity to learn about our fall program offerings.

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St. Mary's Women of Trinity October Meeting
Oct
25
7:00 PM19:00

St. Mary's Women of Trinity October Meeting

  • 16111 Capitol Avenue Omaha, NE, 68118 United States (map)
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On June 1, the Rev. Ernesto Medina embarked on a 70-day walking journey of over 500 miles on the Camino de Santiago in Spain. Fr. Ernesto will share what it is like to be open to the Spirit of God, as well as his new discoveries of prayer and of sharing the good news of Jesus.

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