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Shining a Light on Cleveland's Sacred Landmarks

November 4, 2017 5:30PM to 10:00PM


We cannot imagine a more befitting place and time than the Trinity Cathedral for the 2017 Cleveland Restoration Society Benefit to shine a light on our Sacred Landmarks program. The Trinity Cathedral steeple is an illuminating example of our work partnering with the Cleveland Foundation and the Reinhold W. Erickson Fund to light nineteen steeples to date. Trinity Cathedral, one of Cleveland’s oldest congregation, was built in 1901-07 by Charles Schweinfurth in the neo-Gothic architectural style with beautiful stain glass windows and carved wood ceilings. Trinity is home to a vibrant, active, diverse congregation.
Protecting and preserving Cleveland’s sacred landmarks has been at the forefront of CRS’s mission and work. During the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, immigrants established churches as neighborhood anchors and many still survive today, unrivaled for their architectural beauty and historical significance. However, many are vacant or in peril, and there is a need for solutions to help congregations preserve their buildings as assets for outreach and community revitalization. These buildings are irreplaceable landmarks and reminders of the rich ethnic and religious history of our region.
Please join us to shine a light on Cleveland congregations who have consulted with us to preserve their historic buildings through our Sacred Landmarks initiative. Your support will help preserve these buildings and others so they may continue to serve their communities and neighborhoods.





Tuesday 12/19
Holiday Lantern Tours
thru Sat Dec 23

Wednesday 12/20
May Dugan Center Charity Karaoke Contest

Friday 12/22
Strangelove - The Depeche Mode Experience

Saturday 12/23
Bill Squire's Christmas Comedy Showcase

Monday 12/25
10th Annual Blue Lunch Band Holiday Latke Party & Concert

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