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A Message from the Provost

Dear Trinity Cathedral


On Monday our nation honors the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. King is primarily remembered for his profound impact in the civil rights movement.  He was the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 and his contributions are immeasurable. It is also important to remember that Dr. King was an ordained minister in the Baptist Church and was the pastor of Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery Alabama. Dr. King had all the responsibilities of a pastor. He led worship, preached sermons, officiated at baptisms, weddings, and funerals. He organized efforts to feed the hungry, provided clothing and housing to the poor and needy, provided pastoral care, and led Bible studies. Congregational life was at the very heart of Dr. King’s daily life and was the springboard for his nationwide efforts to dismantle unjust systems and to promote the dignity of every human being.


On Monday at 12 noon there will be special prayers in the chapel at Trinity Cathedral in honor of Dr King. If you cannot join us, please consider a taking a moment of silence at this time.


Sincerely,


Fr. Jason Leo

Schedule for the week

Sunday - January 16, 2022

Second Sunday After Epiphany

Season of Epiphany Order of Worship
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Temporada de Epifanía Orden de adoración 
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All Services are celebrated in person and on Facebook Live

Monday - January 17, 2022

Cathedral Office will be closed in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

12:00 pm - Special Prayers commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Wednesday - January 19, 2022

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Eucharistic Prayer Service


Join us at 12:10 pm every Wednesday for a Contemplative Eucharistic Service with Meditation & Healing Prayer. The service will be held in the Chapel. All are welcome to worship with us.

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Evening Prayer via ZOOM


Each Wednesday evening at 6:00 PM, a small group gathers on Zoom to pray the words of Evening Prayer, as part of the Daily Office found in our Prayer Book and recommended by the Church. No advance preparation is needed but having your Bible and a Book of Common Prayer with you will help in following the service. Participating in this service is an excellent way to bring your day to a close in a thoughtful, prayerful manner. 


Click here for the link that will take you directly to the Zoom session. Alternatively, the Zoom meeting ID is 991-5602-4248 and password is FFX7vW.  


The readings for this coming Wednesday are: 

Psalms

119:25-48

First Reading

Eph. 4:17-32

Second Reading

Mark 4:1-20

Prayer Requests

Birthdays

Kenneth Merrill, Myles Trapp, Erroll McKenzie, Laura Wright


Anniversaries

Lennox and Ester Griffith


Sick - In Recovery

Victoria Rhoden & the Holness family, Norma "Blanca" Diaz, Catherine Stahre, Rev. Winnie Bolle, Domenica Brazzi, Doris Gray, Frederick Kent, Griselda Ogburn, George Pearson, Rev. James Considine, Javiera Alvarado, Cameron Dillon, Dean Banks, Roger Sutor, Osvaldo Ariza and Bill Berger, Debbie Ascari, Carmen Coss, Angelica Marin Diaz, Rev. Errol Harvey


In Memoriam

Joan Ewald, Maria P. Acosta

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If you would like to include someone on the Prayer List or add an anniversary or birthday for special prayers, please call the Cathedral office at (305) 456-8851, use the 'Contact Us' link on our website, or you may email at ...



office@trinitymiami.org


All names on the sick list, unless otherwise requested, are kept on the Prayer List for one month.

Notices & Upcoming Events

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January 16, 2022


The annual meeting of Trinity Cathedral will be held on January 16th, 2022, at 11:00 o’clock in the morning. Online participation will be available. Elections for offices will be held and reports from various ministries will be presented. The 2022 budget will be presented, as well as an extensive update on the property development.


More information

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Message

January 18, 2021

Select a ink below for access to the resources referenced in the message

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Epiphany 2022

Global Partnership


“Arise, shine; for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you… Nations shall come to your light, and kings to the brightness of your dawn.” (Isaiah 60:1, 3, NRSV)


Epiphany is the time of the church year when we celebrate the revealing of Christ to the world. During this season, we celebrate the arrival of the One who is the light of the world: a light that brings life, a light that brings hope. This light shines its brightest when we are in community —with God and with one another. 


This year, we celebrate this season and the worldwide community to which we as Episcopalians belong—the Anglican Communion. 2021 is an especially good time to celebrate our connections to the Communion, as we celebrate 100 years of the Good Friday Offering, 20 years of the Young Adult Service Corps, General Convention, and the Lambeth Conference. We hope you will join us in celebrating and rejoicing with our siblings in Christ around the world.


The Office of Global Partnerships of The Episcopal Church invites individuals, small groups, congregations, and dioceses to use this video series throughout the season of Epiphany to draw closer to each other and our Lord. Our weekly videos include a “lectio divina”-style study on the Gospel passage for each Sunday, read by Episcopalians and Anglican Communion partners from around the world. You will hear the passage read at least twice and a short reflection offered by the partners. Then, you will be invited to do your own reflection individually or as a group.


Watch the intro video below ...

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Global Partnerships Lectio Divina

January 16, 2022


This week’s lectio divina features the Rev. Daniel Karanja, Episcopal Church Partnership Officer for Africa, the Rt. Rev. Rose Okeno, Bishop of Butere in the Anglican Church of Kenya, and the Rt. Rev. Vicentia Kgabe, Bishop of Lesotho in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa. 


(Video to follow next week)

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Global Partnerships Lectio Divina

January 9, 2022


Last week’s lectio divina features parishioners Heather and Christine from the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Covington, Georgia, and the congregation’s Anglican Communion partners, Priscilla and Filipe from St. Luke’s Church in Rio de Janeiro, Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil. 


Watch last weeks video below ...

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Presiding bishop to speak at King Center celebration as nation honors Martin Luther King Jr.

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Presiding Bishop Michael Curry will be the keynote speaker Jan. 17 at the annual Martin Luther King Day observance organized by the King Center in Atlanta, Georgia, as Episcopalians prepare to join citizens around the United States in remembering the civil rights icon on the holiday that bears his name.


The King Center, founded by King’s family after his 1968 assassination, has scheduled a week’s worth of activities to commemorate King’s birthday and celebrate his legacy. All of the events will be accessible online, as will the Beloved Community Commemorative Service from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Eastern Jan. 17. Curry will be among the limited number of participants speaking at that event in person. Others include Georgia Sen. Raphael Warnock and Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp.


“We often ask ourselves how the life and legacy of people like the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. remain relevant in our current moment, and it would be difficult to overstate how much we need King’s prophetic witness right now,” Curry said in a written statement to Episcopal News Service. “From his tireless advocacy for the right of all Americans to vote, to his model of faith animating nonviolent work for justice, King calls us to continue his work — and to truly labor for the realization of God’s Beloved Community.”


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We Need You!

There is a need for volunteers in a couple of areas. Specifically...


Gift Shop support

Sundays 8:45 am-9:15 am, 11 am-12 pm, or 1 pm-1:45 pm


Volunteers to expand our ministry team.


Please consider your time offered as part of the regular “time, talent and treasure” mantra so often repeated during fall stewardship campaigns and let us know of your interest and availability via email ... 


office@trinitymiami.org or 305-456-8851.

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It is more blessed to give than to receive

Non-perishable Food Item Collection

It is often the case that people come to Trinity seeking assistance, and more specifically food. These are difficult times and many struggle to make ends meet. Our ability to do direct outreach is limited because of the pandemic. When you come on Sundays, please consider bringing one or more items of canned or boxed food. We will ask God's blessing upon the offerings every week and then see that they are distributed to individuals and to local food pantries. I pray that we can all approach this enthusiastically and with generosity, mindful of the words of Jesus...


Items to consider include canned goods, peanut butter, packaged cereals, paper products, dish and laundry soaps, and boxed dinners. Please remember that we can not accept expired food or items that need refrigeration.

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AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. 

The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice.


Please consider Trinity Cathedral as your organization by selecting

 

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Every item available for purchase on www.amazon.com is also available on AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com) at the same price. You will see eligible products marked "Eligible for AmazonSmile donation" on their product detail pages.


Select AmazonSmile for more information about the program.

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Ministry of a Lector


During worship, lectors assist in being the transmitters of God’s Word, reading the Old Testament and New Testament lessons in the context of our liturgy. When we take our place at the lectern and open the Bible to read, we are no less actors – storytellers of God’s Story. We strive to re-create, through their lines written thousands of years ago, to bring the Word of God alive to our world in the 21st century. At Trinity, lectors also serve as Intercessors, leading the congregation in the Prayers of the People.


Trinity is also looking for those interested in serving as a greeter / usher. A smiling face and warm welcome are all you need. If you feel called to either or both of these ministries, please contact Fr. Leo at office@trinitymiami.org or Thomas Porto at thomas44a@gmail.com.

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Gift Card Ministry


The LGBT ministry has organized an on-going Gift Card collection drive which goes to those most in need due to the pandemic. Our Sacristan - Roberto Soto - personally distributes these cards on a weekly basis. To continue to help this cause, please mail the gift card(s) to Trinity Cathedral, c/o Roberto Soto, 464 N.E. 16th Street, Miami, FL 33132. If you or someone you know could benefit from this ministry, please contact Roberto at (787) 586-8262 or email him at 


probosoto@hotmail.com


Please know that the names of both donors and recipients are confidential.

Join the team at Trinity!


We are still looking for a new, part-time Parish Administrator and have developed a complete job description which you can access by clicking here.


If you know of someone who might be interested, please have them get in touch with the parish office 305-456-8851 or via email at office@trinitymiami.org. Unfortunately, due to confidentiality issues, we cannot consider anyone who is a member of Trinity or a very close relative of a member.

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Trinity Cathedral Office Hours

 Monday – Friday 9:00am until 3:00pm

 In case of pastoral emergency, please call 305-456-8843

 Email: office@trinitymiami.org



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