Friday and Saturday we will be at Trinity Cathedral in Cleveland, located at E 22 and Euclid Avenue. What a treasure that church architecture is… steeped in history as a reproduction of a medieval cathedral from Europe, this is one to see. The church was built at the turn of the last century, when Euclid Avenue was Millionaire’s Row, and the architecture is breathtaking… large vaulted ceilings, well executed stone cutting, and even some of the stained glass windows are antiques imported from England. Stepping from the modern street into this place takes you back in time to a sense of the grandure, and sacredness of the space. Here are some snapshots of Trinity:
One of the major benefactors of the building of this cathedral was Samuel Livingston Mather, famous millionaire and patron of several large institutions in Cleveland.
And should you feel daring, longing to immerse yourself in another era, don your brightest princess gown, or chainmail ensamble and join in the Medieval Feast.