Sermons from Trinity Cathedral Portland
3/21/2021 The Rev’d Matthew Lawrence

3/21/2021 The Rev’d Matthew Lawrence

March 21, 2021

"It's time for a sex positive church." Sermon by Canon for Spiritual Formation Matthew Lawrence, March 21, 2021, 10:00am.

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Stations of the Cross: Station 10 (Dawn Reynolds)

Stations of the Cross: Station 10 (Dawn Reynolds)

March 19, 2021

Station 10 - Jesus is Stripped of His Garments

"All of us have known the very real pain of humiliation." Narrated by the Rev'd Dawn Reynolds, new Vicar at St. Andrews in Florence.

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Stations of the Cross: Station 9 (Andy McQuery)

Stations of the Cross: Station 9 (Andy McQuery)

March 17, 2021

Station 9 - Jesus Falls the Third Time

"What does it take to bring the son of God to his knees?" Narrated by the Rev'd Andy McQuery, Associate Rector at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Salem.

In this episode:

  • Art:  Wheat by Thomas Hart Benton, 1967

  • Music: La Follia by Arcangelo Corelli / Kyrie by Nicholas Ertsgaard
  • Poetry: Excerpt from Chapter 61 of The Revelations of Divine Love by Julian of Norwich (trans. Elizabeth Spearing)

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This series of weekly audio reflections will help you learn to link the divine with your daily life. How might Jesus’ final hours feel different when juxtaposed with a walk in the neighborhood, or in a quiet corner at home, or while driving to pick up take-out? Pause a few times a week for scripture, prayers, and music led by Trinity clergy and priests from across the Diocese of Oregon. 

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Stations of the Cross: Station 8 (Ali & George Lufkin)

Stations of the Cross: Station 8 (Ali & George Lufkin)

March 15, 2021

Station 8 - Jesus Meets the Women of Jerusalem

"Today, make it a point to notice the women you see, wherever you see them." Narrated by the Rev'ds Ali & George Lufkin, of St. Catherine/Santa Catalina in Nehalem Bay and St. Alban’s in Tillamook.

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3/14/2021 The Rev’d Shana McCauley

3/14/2021 The Rev’d Shana McCauley

March 14, 2021

"What are the sins you'd rather die for than deal with?" Sermon by Canon for Cathedral Life Shana McCauley, March 14, 2021, 10:00am.

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Stations of the Cross: Station 7 (Laura Sheridan-Campbell & Allan Miles)

Stations of the Cross: Station 7 (Laura Sheridan-Campbell & Allan Miles)

March 12, 2021

Station 7 - Jesus Falls the Second Time

"He had to come to his death exactly as we come to our own." Narrated by the Rev'd Laura Sheridan-Campbell & Allan Miles, Vicar & Deacon at St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Shady Cove.

In this episode:

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Stations of the Cross: Station 6 (Jennifer Creswell)

Stations of the Cross: Station 6 (Jennifer Creswell)

March 10, 2021

Station 6 - A Woman Wipes the Face of Jesus

"Where do you notice suffering around you?" Narrated by the Rev'd Jennifer Creswell, Chaplain at Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center in Portland.

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This series of weekly audio reflections will help you learn to link the divine with your daily life. How might Jesus’ final hours feel different when juxtaposed with a walk in the neighborhood, or in a quiet corner at home, or while driving to pick up take-out? Pause a few times a week for scripture, prayers, and music led by Trinity clergy and priests from across the Diocese of Oregon. 

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Stations of the Cross: Station 5 (Nancy Gallagher)

Stations of the Cross: Station 5 (Nancy Gallagher)

March 8, 2021

Station 5 - The Cross is Laid on Simon of Cyrene

Narrated by the Rev'd Nancy Gallagher, Rector of St. John the Divine in Springfield.

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This series of weekly audio reflections will help you learn to link the divine with your daily life. How might Jesus’ final hours feel different when juxtaposed with a walk in the neighborhood, or in a quiet corner at home, or while driving to pick up take-out? Pause a few times a week for scripture, prayers, and music led by Trinity clergy and priests from across the Diocese of Oregon. 

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3/7/2021 Dean Nathan LeRud

3/7/2021 Dean Nathan LeRud

March 7, 2021

"Foolishness and weakness, that is what church is for." Sermon by Dean Nathan LeRud, March 3, 2021, 10:00am.

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Stations of the Cross: Station 4 (Maria McDowell)

Stations of the Cross: Station 4 (Maria McDowell)

March 5, 2021

Station 4 - Jesus Meets His Afflicted Mother

"Where, like Mary, do our joy and grief come together in jarring dissonance?"

Narrated by the Rev'd Dr. Maria McDowell, Rector of St. Philip the Deacon in Portland.

In this episode:

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This series of weekly audio reflections will help you learn to link the divine with your daily life. How might Jesus’ final hours feel different when juxtaposed with a walk in the neighborhood, or in a quiet corner at home, or while driving to pick up take-out? Pause a few times a week for scripture, prayers, and music led by Trinity clergy and priests from across the Diocese of Oregon. 

New Stations drop every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning, through Holy Week. Be sure to click subscribe!

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