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"There is no community of faith without you." Sermon by Deacon Ken Powell, recorded live at 10:00am on Sunday January 16, 2022. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more about this open & welcoming community, including upcoming events, at tr…
 
We're back! We're starting 2022 right and continuing our discussion of the musicals of the great Stephen Sondheim - and today, we're talking about the iconic Gypsy (1959), Sondheim’s early collaboration with Jule Styne. We talk about: The diva phenomenon, domineering mothers, and queer men’s mommy issues. Cultural & religious shifts in sexual norms…
 
"Let's talk about new beginnings." Sermon by Canon for Spiritual Formation Matthew Lawrence, recorded live at 10:00am on Sunday January 9, 2022. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more about this open & welcoming community, including upcom…
 
"The time being remains the most trying time of all." Sermon by Dean Nathan LeRud, recorded live at 10:00am on Sunday January 2, 2022. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more about this open & welcoming community, including upcoming events…
 
That's right... We're not done with the 1957 Broadway classic West Side Story! Today in this very special holiday bonus episode, we're talking about the 2021 Steven Spielberg adaptation. We talk about: - Spielberg’s style and the political & sociological context that he and screenwriter Tony Kushner bring to the original material - Shifts in religi…
 
"Things have to shift." A joint sermon by the Rev'd Dr. Maria McDowell, Rector of St. Philip the Deacon in Portland, and the Rev'd Shana McCauley, Canon for Cathedral Life at Trinity. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more about this open…
 
Christmas Day sermon by Canon for Spiritual Formation Matthew Lawrence, recorded live at 10:00 am on Saturday, December 25, 2021. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more about this open & welcoming community, including upcoming events, at …
 
"Gratitude to and for God is deeply and profoundly subversive." Sermon by Bishop Diana Akiyama, recorded live at 8:00pm on Friday December 24, 2021. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more about this open & welcoming community, including u…
 
"Come quickly." Reflection for the 26th day of Advent by the Rev'd Leyla King, rector of Thankful Memorial Episcopal Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and a member of the Small Churches, Big Impact Collective. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Chri…
 
"Advent invites us to find quiet in the midst of chaos." Reflection by the Rev'd Dr. Brendan Barnicle, rector of St. Francis Episcopal Church in Wilsonville, OR. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Christmas season. Pause each day for brief 5-10 minu…
 
“Waiting is not passive - it is preparation.” A reflection by the Rev’d Shaneequa Brokenleg, Staff Officer for Racial Reconciliation for the Episcopal Church. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Christmas season. Pause each day for brief 5-10 minute …
 
"Soon." A musical reflection by James Michael Joiner, poet, singer-songwriter & prayer in Portland. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Christmas season. Pause each day for brief 5-10 minute episodes, original meditations on the theme of waiting by i…
 
"Advent is scaffolding for our souls so we bend but don't break." Sermon by Canon for Cathedral Life Shana McCauley, recorded live at 10:00am on Sunday December 19, 2021. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more about this open & welcoming …
 
"In my experience, God often comes as surprise." A reflection for the Fourth Sunday of Advent by the Rev'd Jennifer Creswell, doula, chaplain, and priest in Portland, OR. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Christmas season. Pause each day for brief …
 
"We shall overcome." A musical offering for the 21st day of Advent by the Lincoln High School Cardinal Choir in Portland, with director Lisa Riffel. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Christmas season. Pause each day for brief 5-10 minute episodes, …
 
"When you're a parent, you do a lot of waiting." A reflection for the 20th day of Advent by Maya Gascoyne, music teacher at Ainsworth Elementary and St. Cecilia Choir Director at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic se…
 
"A prayer for those in pain." A reflection for the nineteenth day of Advent by community advocate and writer Sarah White. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Christmas season. Pause each day for brief 5-10 minute episodes, original meditations on the…
 
"There are many kinds of waiting." A reflection for the 18th day of Advent by the Rev'd Chris Arnold, SMMS, Priest and Spiritual Director in the Diocese of Fon du Lac in Northeast Wisconsin. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Christmas season. Pause…
 
"Sometimes, we are powerless to do anything but wait." A reflection for the seventeenth day of Advent by the Rev'd Dr. Ian Doescher, author of the William Shakespeare's Star Wars and Pop Shakespeare series, who is ordained in the Presbyterian Church USA. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & refle…
 
"The weaving together of small moments." A shared moment for the sixteenth day of Advent with the Rev'd Canon Rebekah Bokros Hatch & Styx Hatch. Rebekah is Rector of St. Alban's in Simsbury, CT, and Interim Dean of Formation for The Episcopal Church in Connecticut. She is also a member of the Small Churches Big Impact Collective, working on an upco…
 
"There is always time for joy." Sermon by Dean Nathan LeRud, recorded live at 10:00am on Sunday December 12, 2021. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more about this open & welcoming community, including upcoming events, at trinity-episcop…
 
"Maybe God has been waiting on me more than I've been waiting on God.” A reflection for the Third Sunday of Advent by the Rev’d Matthew Lawrence, Canon for Spiritual Formation at Trinity Cathedral in Portland. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Chri…
 
"What light can reach our watchful eyes?" A musical offering for the fourteenth day of Advent by Ross Martinie Eiler of the Bloomington Catholic Worker in Bloomington, IN, and Eli Schille Hudson, Instructor of Guitar at Western Washington University in Bellingham WA. Tracks are "Advent" and "Lamplighting Song," the first and last tracks from their …
 
Today, we begin our long awaited exploration of the musicals of the great Stephen Sondheim (1930-2021) who died recently at the age of 91. We're starting with one of Sondheim’s early collaborations: the 1957 classic West Side Story, which saw Sondheim working as lyricist alongside composer Leonard Bernstein. We talk about: - The death of Sondheim a…
 
"How do we experience the sacred in the ordinary?" A reflection for the thirteenth day of Advent by Steve Isaacson, author of Praying with Saint Benedict and co-coordinator of Trinity's Outreach Ministries. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Christm…
 
"To actively wait is to witness an unfolding.” A reflection for the twelfth day of Advent by spiritual coach and contemplative leader Jamie Deering. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Christmas season. Pause each day for brief 5-10 minute episodes, …
 
“What does it look like to wait when what we're waiting for may never come?” A reflection for the eleventh day of Advent by Callie Swanlund, a spiritual companion and co-dreamer based in Philadelphia. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Christmas sea…
 
“Try to love the questions themselves.” A reflection for the tenth day of Advent by Jill Osburn, Missioner for Youth & Liturgical Assistant at Trinity Cathedral in Portland. Excerpt from Letters to a Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of…
 
"He was early in the office the next morning.” A reflection for the ninth day of Advent by the Rev’d David Sweeney, Rector of Calvary Episcopal Church in Seaside, OR. Excerpt from A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secu…
 
"I am desperately longing for a grownup hope." Sermon by The Rev'd Matthew Lawrence, recorded live at 10:00am on Sunday December 4, 2021. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more about this open & welcoming community, including upcoming eve…
 
"Sometimes it feels like we’re moving in a circle.” A reflection for the Second Sunday of Advent by the Very Rev’d Nathan LeRud, Dean of Trinity Cathedral in Portland. Music from The Band’s Visit (Itamar Moses/David Yazbek). Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hect…
 
Improvisation on Conditor alme siderum (Creator of the stars at night) for the seventh day of Advent, played by Katie Burk, Organ Scholar at Trinity Cathedral in Portland. Conditor alme siderum (7th cent.) 1 Creator of the stars of night, your people’s everlasting light, O Christ, Redeemer of us all, we pray you, hear us when we call. 2 In sorrow t…
 
"The system is broken - a token for your consideration." Spoken word reflection for the sixth day of Advent by Anya Pearson, playwright, poet, actress, and activist. [contains explicit language] Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Christmas season. P…
 
"Waiting is a frightening place to be." Reflection for the fifth day of Advent by the Rev'd Michael Ellick, Director of Public Engagement at Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Christmas season. Pause each day for bri…
 
"What if waiting is the gift of life itself?" Reflection for the fourth day of Advent by the Rev'd Regan Schutz, rector of Christ Church in Coronado, CA. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Christmas season. Pause each day for brief 5-10 minute episo…
 
"It's countercultural to observe Advent in a society that doesn't wait for anything." Reflection for the third day of Advent by the Rev'd Andria Skornik, Rector at All Saints Episcopal in Portland, OR. Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Christmas se…
 
"Surely,” a musical Advent reflection offered by the Rev’d Matthew David Morris, Associate Priest/Digital Missioner at Grace Memorial in Portland and chaplain (aka Mother Superior) of The Chapel with Nadia Bolz-Weber. Text: Surely this world will be remade Surely the truth can be repaid Surely our suffering won't be in vain Surely the true King wil…
 
"Don't be afraid to befriend the darkness." Sermon by Dean Nathan LeRud, recorded live at 10:00am on Sunday November 28, 2021. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more about this open & welcoming community, including upcoming events, at tri…
 
"May the holiness of Advent find us where we are." An introduction to Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar, a daily podcast to anchor your Advent contemplation in the midst of the hectic secular Christmas season. Reflection for the First Sunday of Advent by the Rev'd Shana McCauley, Canon for Cathedral Life at Trinity Cathedral in Portland. Waiting: A…
 
In this very special bonus episode, we turn to the contemporary masterpiece (ahem) Schmigadoon! - Apple TV's 2021 spoof/homage to the great musicals of yore. We talk about: - The show’s creators, Cinco Paul & Ken Daurio, and their origins in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints - The "marriage trope" – does the show uphold it or undermin…
 
"True power exists not in crowns and militaries, but in the act of giving it away." Sermon by Canon for Cathedral Life Shana McCauley, recorded live at 10:00am on Sunday November 21, 2021. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more about this…
 
"Hold fast to what you know to be true." Sermon by Dean Nathan LeRud, recorded live at 10:00am on Sunday November 14, 2021. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more about this open & welcoming community, including upcoming events, at trinit…
 
It's the last installment of our Lerner & Loewe deep dive, and we're ending with - well, with a bit of a downer. But an interesting one: Paint Your Wagon, the quintessential expression of loneliness and the challenge of connection. We talk about: The differences between the 1951 Broadway musical and the 1969 film – and how things had changed in the…
 
"As we have known from our times of exile, there comes light. There comes hope. There comes healing." Reflection by Rabbi Michael Cahana, Senior Rabbi at Congregation Beth Israel, recorded live on Sunday, November 7, 2021, at the 5:00 pm service of remembrance Out of Darkness: Light. Watch the full service at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NS3FRlE…
 
"Death is the question that Baptism answers." Sermon by Canon for Spiritual Formation, Matthew Lawrence, recorded live at 10:00am on Sunday November 7, 2021. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more about this open & welcoming community, in…
 
"Sometimes the holy sneaks up on us in the least likely places." Sermon by Dean Nathan LeRud, recorded live at 10:00am on Sunday October 31, 2021. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more about this open & welcoming community, including upc…
 
It's a two-fer this week... We're jumping into Lerner & Loewe's most problematic and legendary (wait for it...) shows - the 1958 film Gigi and the 1960 Broadway musical Camelot! We talk about: - Gigi’s origin in the short stories of the French writer Colette (1873-1953) and the film's lurking pedophilia - The nature of women’s roles (in 19th-centur…
 
"Churches are not for the successful." Sermon by Dean Nathan LeRud, recorded live at 10:00am on Sunday October 24, 2021. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more about this open & welcoming community, including upcoming events, at trinity-e…
 
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