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Nathan#6degreesofgrateful

Nathan has officially left the building! Our beloved Dean is off on his three-month sabbatical, and while we're sad to see him go (even for a little while), we're so excited to hear all about his journeys. That's why we're inviting you to stay in touch with him-and each other-during the summer months by entering into a community-wide gratitude practice from now until the beginning of the program year in September! Nathan will be posting updates periodically using the hashtag #6degreesofgrateful, and we invite you to do the same! Share your posts about what makes you feel grateful - an experience, an event, or just an everyday moment - with your Trinity family on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. You'll be able to see what other Trinitarians are posting by clicking the hashtag, and you can keep an eye out here for featured posts from Nathan and members of the community all summer long! You can also view each of Nathan's updates by clicking on the links below. Enjoy!

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colson whitehead2 620x412 for websiteSummer Book Group-The Underground Railroad

Wednesdays thru August 30, 7:00p.m., Bishop Scott Room. Facilitated by Elliott Trommald.
Underground Railroad is a book for our times-and the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. Slavery and race have profoundly shaped the story of America and continue to challenge our understanding of who we are. Closon Whitehead’s magical work is a powerful meditation on the history we share, seamlessly weaving that American story from the brutal importation of Africans to the unfulfilled promises of today. Our summer read of Underground Railroad is an opportunity for us to explore, discuss, and feel how our past is always present and that we neglect it at our peril. Click HERE to register.


Summer Book Group-Cover Her FaceCover

Wednesdays thru August 30, 7:00p.m., Stearns Library. Facilitated by Sarah Pierce.
Cover Her Face is the debut 1962 crime novel of P.D. James. It details the investigations by her poetry-writing detective Adam Dalgliesh into the death of a young, ambitious maid, surrounded by a family which has reasons to want her gone - or dead. Please plan to have the first 3 chapters read before the first meeting on June 28. Click HERE to register.


Sustaining the Courage to Serve: A Courage and Renewal Retreat Series

Summer Retreat: July 20-22
All retreats are held at the Alton L. Collins Retreat Center in Eagle Creek, Oregon. Facilitators include Caryl Creswell, Jeff Creswell, and Karen Noordhoff. To register or for additional information, visit www.couragecircleoftrust.org


Iconography Class Registration Now Open

Beginner Class-August 7-11, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Trinity.
Advanced Class-August 21-25, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Trinity.
To register, class brochures are available at the Information Wall outside Kempton Hall at Trinity. You can also download a registration form at www.trinityiconographers.org. If you have any questions, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Emily ScottDinner Table As Communion Table With Emily Scott

Wednesday, August 9, 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Kempton Hall. Freewill offering $10 per person to cover meal expenses. Please click HERE to register.
The Episcopal Diocese of Oregon and Trinity Cathedral are delighted to welcome Emily Scott, founding pastor of St. Lydia's in Brooklyn, New York, to host "dinner church" and conversation. Come celebrate Eucharist over an abundant Latin-American inspired meal appropriate for all diets, tastes and ages. Bring your family, friends and parishioners to experience table fellowship in the tradition of the ancient Church, with music that everyone can sing. Afterwards, Emily will talk about the St. Lydia's experience and practice, and answer questions. For more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Interested diocesan leaders, clergy and musicians are invited to come at 4:00p.m. on August 9 to be trained by Emily and play leadership roles during the evening at Trinity. Those who come early will also take away all the tools they need to host dinner church within their own congregations.

Emily Scott served as the founding pastor of St. Lydia’s, a Dinner Church in Brooklyn, where communion is shared at the dinner table. Emily believes that Christian practice holds out rich possibilities that call us to reach out across boundaries in love, learn through discomfort, and build relationships that bring God's realm close. Emily is committed to building communities of faith that dismantle fear and hate, affirm LGBTQ people, and confront racial injustice. A graduate of Yale Divinity School, Emily received the Alumni Award for Distinction in Congregational Ministry in 2016. Her work has been covered by The Atlantic and the Wall Street Journal.


Banner revisedRed Door Summer Movie Series

Wednesday, August 16 - In America. The story of a family of undocumented Irish immigrants.
Dinner at 6:00 p.m. in Kempton Hall. Sign up required at the Information Wall, located outside Kempton Hall. $10 donation at the door.
Movie at 7:00 p.m. Admission is free. A shared discussion will take place after the movie. Kempton Hall

Trinity Cathedral’s beautiful red doors swing outward as well as in! Join Trinity friends (and bring other friends as well) as we explore our commitments to radical hospitality, and respecting the dignity of every human being, through three well-regarded films. The series, sponsored by Trinity’s Red Door Initiative, will provide insight and opportunity to talk about the situation of refugees, immigrants, and homeless people in our community and the world. Childcare is offered at all three events. For more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


03.hands revisedCompassionate Listening Workshop

Friday, August 18, 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Saturday, August 19, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; and Sunday, August 20, 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Trinity Cathedral. $75 per person. Trinity members click HERE (please note the registration page shows only the first date of the workshop, but your fee covers the entire 3 days of the workshop) to register. Non-Trinity members call 503-287-8737 to register.
Joanie Levine and Yehudah Winter will facilitate. Compassionate Listening is a powerful tool to help transform the energy of conflict into opportunities for understanding, intimacy at home, healthy relationships, productive teamwork, and positive action. This event is sponsored by the Trinity Racial Awareness Information Network (TRAIN). For more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


2017 Dean's Cup Tournament

Friday, September 8
Check-in begins 10:00 a.m.; Tee Times at 11:00 a.m.; No Host Bar, Hearty hors d'oeuvres, Awards from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Held at Eastmoreland Golf Course. Registration Fee: $89. Click HERE to download a registration form. Questions? Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


beach revisedTrinity Beach Weekend at Camp Magruder

Friday, September 22-Sunday, September 24
$100 per adult, $70 per child, $350 max per family and $30 per person if you sleep off side. Scholarships available. To register, click HERE.
Plan to join us for a meaningful, joyous weekend at the Oregon Coast for our annual Trinity Beach Retreat. This all-ages weekend is a fabulous opportunity to get to know fellow Trinity members. You'll enjoy fun and games, delicious communal meals, a Sunday morning worship service on the beach, singing around a campfire and bonding with Trinity members of all ages. Most of us sleep summer camp style in cabins and bunkhouses. If you want more privacy or posher digs, you're welcome to stay at a beach home or local hotel room if that works for you. Have young kids? They can play safely with other kids on the camp playground and in organized kid's activities, leaving you spiritual space. Teens or tweens? There's archery, kayaking and other fun opportunities for teen bonding. Adults of all ages will enjoy group activities, small group time with a Trinity priest, contemplation on the beach or fireside, and great mealtime conversation. Please plan to join us! For more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


J.S. Bach: Mass in B Minor

April 13 & 14, 2018
7:00 p.m., Cathedral. Trinity Music & Portland Baroque Orchestra. David Hill, conductor. Click HERE to purchase tickets.


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