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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!
The Circus of Life
Exhibit: Thru July 2, Kempton Hall. Artists express in all media how the circus world reflects real experience in fun, tension, magic and mystery. Check out the video below showing a juggler from the Circus Gala on May 12.
Prayer and the Brain Book Group
Sundays thru June 11
9:00 a.m. to 9:45 a.m., Bishop Dagwell Room. A new book group is forming at Trinity to read How God Changes Your Brain by Newberg and Waldman. It turns out that scientists are discovering what many of us already knew, that God is good for you. For those of us who chose this book, our interest in How God Changes Your Brain is a carryover from our Lenten read, A Reason for Hope, by Jane Goodall, from which we became interested in prayer. It feels like a good place to start as this book outlines the benefits of various types of prayerful contemplation. Everyone is welcome. Click HERE to register.
Sunday, June 4
4:15 p.m. Christopher Henley (University of Alabama), organ
5:00 p.m. Evensong for Pentecost
Icons on Display
Sunday, June 11
End-of-the-Year Youth Group Party
Sunday, June 11, 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Field Trip to Delta Park Powwow & Encampment
Saturday, June 17. Please meet at Trinity by 10:00 a.m. to carpool.
2017 Pride Parade in Portland
Sunday, June 18
SPARKS! Service in the City Camp at Trinity
July 10-21, Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The registration deadline is June 1.
Make a Deposit, Pay Tuition, or Give a Tax-Dedictible Donation to SPARKS Camp
Click HERE and choose Youth Ministries in the drop-down menu. NOTE: Please pay a deposit of $50 by June 1. The balance of tuition is due by the start of camp, for which you can return to this site and pay or mail a check to Trinity Episcopal Cathedral (147 NW 19th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97209). Normal tuition is $250 per week, per child. If you have been granted a scholarship, please pay accordingly. Of course, we welcome your donations, which you can also make here, as well. Please comment in the notes section whether this is a deposit, full payment, or donation. Thanks! We can't wait to see your child at SPARKS Camp!
Required Camp Forms
Please click on the links below, fill out the forms, and hit submit. Thank you.
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
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.