Events

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Wednesday at the Commons 

Come join us at 5:30 p.m. for a Service of Holy Eucharist in the Trinity Chapel, followed by dinner at 6:00 p.m., ($10 donation-please sign up ahead of time at the Information Wall outside Kempton Hall), concluding with classes at 7:00 p.m. To register online, click HERE. For additional information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


St. FrancisThe Yogic Prayer of St. Francis-Workshop of Awakening

February 17, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., Kempton Hall
Led by Mirka Scalco Kraftsow. Awaken your inner channel of spirit through a yogic encounter with St. Francis of Assisi. Internationally renowned yoga therapist and trainer Mirka Scalco Kraftsow will guide participants in a gentle engagement with the prayers and witness of St. Francis, using the inner yoga of body prayer, guided meditation, and pranayama to open the heart to God. No experience with yoga is necessary for this workshop. This will primarily be an encounter with “Inner Yoga” – using conscious relaxation, simple body movement and guided meditation. Please bring a mat, blanket, and/or pillow – whatever you might need to feel comfortable while lying on the floor.
Born and raised in Italy, Mirka blends a lifelong devotion to the Christian saints with advanced training in the yoga sutras, movement, psychology, and meditation. Mirka has studied with some of the great yoga masters of our time, including Sri Krishnamacharya, TKV Desikachar and Gary Kraftsow, with whom she co-founded the American Viniyoga Institute.
Mirka has trained hundreds of yoga teachers and yoga therapists around the world. Now based in Sebastopol, California, she leads retreats, seminars, and workshops in the United States and Europe, including semi-annual yoga pilgrimages to Assisi. Her teaching balances experience with intuition, tradition with creative innovation.
Cost is $50 per person if you pre-register by clicking HERE. The cost is $55 per person at the door. Scholarships are available for Trinity members. For additional information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


2018 Lent Reads

Sundays, February 18-March 18

Make spiritual formation part of your Lenten practice this year, by attending a Lent Read class on Sunday mornings. Below is a list of each book and who is leading the discussion. Copies of all the books are available for purchase in the Trinity Bookstore. Please register below.

Begin at the Beginning: A New Translation of MarkMark Translation
9:00 a.m., Morrson Room. Led by Dean Nathan LeRud. This Lent, return to the earliest days of the Christian tradition. Dean LeRud leads a five-week discussion of David Bentley Hart's 2017 translation of the Gospel According to Mark, the earliest of the four gospels to be written. Hart’s “piteously literal” translation (available in the bookstore or in weekly class hand-outs) seeks to render Mark’s idiosyncratic language “as if doctrine is not given,” revealing the strangeness of a world and writer that may surprise contemporary readers who are accustomed to hearing scripture through the lens of later Western traditions. We’ll seek to re-discover the radical nature of the first Christians, encountering the strange figure of Jesus of Nazareth as if for the first time. Click HERE to register.

The Call to DiscernmentThe Call to Discernment in Troubled Times
9:00 a.m. Stearns Library. Led by Canon Julia McCray-Goldsmith. Explore the time-honored spiritual wisdom of St. Ignatius of Loyola through reading and practices that bring his wisdom into dialogue with contemporary challenges...including those within our own souls! Together, we’ll be reading The Call to Discernment in Troubled Times, a contemporary perspective on the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises written by a Jesuit scholar based in El Salvador. Additionally, participants can take part in a simple daily practice of Ignatian prayers using the devotional guide Sacred Space for Lent 2018. Click HERE to register.

LilaLila
9:00 a.m., Bishop Scott Room. Led by Canon Matthew Lawrence. Marilynne Robinson is widely regarded as one of the great novelists of our time - and happily for us, her writing is saturated with lyrical, luminous spirituality. Her Gilead trilogy, profiling two early 20th Century pastors and one of their wives in a small town in Iowa, will likely stand as a literary masterpiece for the ages. Each of the three novels stands beautifully on its own. This Lent we will dive into the third book in the trilogy, named after its central character, Lila. It is not necessary to read the first two novels to fully love the third- in fact, since it is set chronologically prior to the other two novels, an argument can be made for beginning the trilogy with this book. The novel paints a memorable portrait of an abandoned girl who survives a childhood and young adulthood of extreme poverty to become the unlikely wife of one of the trilogy’s two pastors.  It’s spiritual depth saturates each page, especially as we dive in to the work together. Click HERE to register.


Cathedral Closed

Monday, February 19. The Cathedral is closed in observation of the President's Day holiday.


LGBTQ+ Fellowship at Trinity: Wine Tasting at Domaine Serene

Saturday, March 10, 1:00 p.m. to 3:0 p.m., Domaine Serene Winery (6555 NE Hilltop Lane, Dayton), $20 per person. Come wine tasting at Domaine Serene, one of Oregon’s premier producers of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, located one hour from downtown Portland. We will gather in Domaine Serene’s architecturally stunning tasting facility with views of the surrounding Dundee Hills. RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
The Fellowship is a social group for LGBTQ+ parishioners, as well as their friends and relatives, gay or straight. The Fellowship seeks participation by singles and couples, men and women, of all ages.


Sauce-On Dinner

Saturday, March 10, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Kempton Hall. Free childcare will be available. Kempton Hall will be transformed into an elegant yet family-friendly Italian trattoria with candlelight, checkered table cloths, uniformed youth waiters, live music and four pasta sauces prepared by talented chefs from Trinity. Plus wine! This all-ages spaghetti dinner, with its silent auction and paddle raise, provides essential funding for Trinity’s Youth Ministry programs.
Tickets are $20 per person or $50 for a family of three or more (from the same household). Purchase tickets HERE.
This year's event features many exciting auction items, including a chance to win a stay at an Oceanside beach home, a Gulf Coast Seafood Boil on a Columbia River houseboat, and two tickets to the hottest show in town, Hamilton!


Blue Moon 002McMenamin's Choir School Fundraiser

Tuesday, March 13, 5:30 p.m. to Close, McMenamin's Blue Moon Tavern, 432 NW 21st Avenue. The final Trinity Choir School Fundraiser of the year! Head down to the Blue Moon for an evening of fun, food, and fellowship as you support the choristers of the Trinity Choir School. 50% of all sales benefit the Choir School, so bring a friend, or five.


CourageWay stonesThe Courage of Kindness: A Labyrinth Workshop

Saturday, March 17, 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Kempton Hall. Pre-registration is required. The cost is $10 per person. Click HERE to register.
We invite you to join us for a workshop supporting self-reflection and experiencing kindness and gentleness so important in this time. There will be time to reflect on your own yearning for kindness and gentleness, to share your experiences with others and explore the courage to give yearning a voice for change by walking the labyrinth. This workshop builds on the creation of an intellectual, emotional, and spiritual space to listen and respond to each other with encouragement and compassion. We are all in this together and companionship of even two or three kindred spirits can lead to courage for change. The Labyrinth, an ancient pattern of walking meditation, allows us to naturally contemplate deeply. In listening to our own inner guides we can connect with qualities necessary for change. Molly Osborne is becoming a facilitator for the Center for Courage and Renewal. Patricia Newton is a certified labyrinth facilitator and a member of the Trinity Labyrinth Guild. We are physicians developing healing communities with thanks to Trinity Cathedral.


EliseHat Making Class with Elise Sandusky

Saturday, March 17, 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Morrison Room, $40 per person. Come enjoy a potlElise Sandusky, one of Trinity's wonderful sextons, will once again teach you how to make a fascinator for yourself. To register and pay, click HERE


LGBTQ+ Fellowship at Trinity: An Evening with Cellist Kevin Kunkel

Friday, March 23, 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., hosted by Wayne Cornelius and Jer Rahn. Potluck and Q@ACome enjoy a potluck and Q&A with Kevin Kunkel, a dynamic young cellist who joined the Oregon Symphony in 2016. He will discuss his experiences performing with the Symphony and Portland’s classical music scene. He will also perform a solo work. RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
The Fellowship is a social group for LGBTQ+ parishioners, as well as their friends and relatives, gay or straight. The Fellowship seeks participation by singles and couples, men and women, of all ages. Everyone is welcome!


B Minor FB cover 2J.S. Bach: Mass in B Minor

April 13 & 14, 7:00 p.m., Cathedral
Trinity Music & Portland Baroque Orchestra. David Hill, conductor
Click HERE to purchase tickets or call 503-478-1236


Chris Young webCrozier Concert: Christopher Young

May 11, 7:00 p.m., Cathedral
Acclaimed organ recitalist and faculty member at Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music
Free to the public


For website TE Sparks postcard 5 x 7 2018 DRAFT1 revised 1Register for SPARKS: Service in the City Camp at Trinity

July 9-20, Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Trinity. Cost $500 per person. Please pay the $50 deposit by June 1.
Calling all rising sixth-ninth graders! This summer discover what sparks you in art, sports, nature, music, leadership, and more when you attend this awesome service in the city camp. Download the REGISTRATION FORM, and return it, along with a $50 deposit by June 1 to Family Ministry Coordinator Charissa Simmons. Be sure to also download, fill out, and return the MEDICAL RELEASE FORM. If you have questions, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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