The lineup is in. We’ll start keeping the vigil together on Thursday evening at 6pm est. You’ll be able to find the live stream always at www.thetriduumproject.com.
If your facebook feed has been anything like ours over the past couple of weeks, you’ve seen link after link to congregational live stream. We are all doing similar things at the same time and none of it can match the power of gathering as we usually do. While we must be meeting virtually for Holy Week we thought, why not use this medium to try something we couldn’t do before?
We are creating a 54 hour live stream, vigil for the Three Days. Over the course of the three days we hope to stitch together a diverse and rich tableau of clergy and lay people, musicians and artists, dancers and nerds, worship and reflection, silliness and sincerity.
We’ve got lots of cool folks signed onto the project (including Tyra Dennis, Tuhina Rasche, Rachel Kurtz, Church of the Geek, Megan Rohrer, and, even, Tim Brown)! But we need you. Sign up to cover an hour shift and share your gifts with the stream! https://tinyurl.com/triduumsubmissions
You can find the link to the stream right here at http://www.thevinylpreacher.com!
The Triduum Project Team (Tyra Dennis, Matt Keadle, Zach Parris, Savanna Sullivan, and Manda Truchinski) have worked to make this project a reality.
This week we talk David, Bathsheba, and the #metoo movement. We also get you ready for a month of preaching on bread from the gospel of John. Also, a playlist featuring David Bowie, R.E.M., and D’Angelo. Continue reading
El Camino Pines is at St Mark’s for day camp this week, so some counselors jump on the pod. Also, we do a brief review of the music at the ELCAYG (focusing on the banjo or the lack thereof). AND we unveil the vinyl preacher app, available only on Tidal.
You heard her on the MainStage in Houston, now hear her on the pod! This week we’re joined by Savanna Sullivan (ELCA Young Adult Program Director) and Jennifer Manis (badass campus pastor and longtime listener) to break down the texts! Check. It. Out.
Last week a stranger tried to buy this shirt off my back in Portland. This week they’re all over Houston. So, we’re doing another run of shirts. This time $18 with two different cuts, shipped directly to your door. You’ve got two weeks to get your order in.
Literally, our worst podcast ever.
World Cup fashion. Houston prep. Jesus doesn’t cut his losses. The song of the bow(ie).
00:30 – Free Tibet / World Cup talk
10:00 – Houston Prep
16:45 – Time for the Text
17:00 – 2 Samuel
28:45 – Mark – Curing the hemorrhaging woman and Jairus’ daughter
41:00 – Good News – Jesus doesn’t cut his losses
41:30 – The Playlist
“Live” from “Portland” we talk portland, sports fashion, and debate the nudity of David in the fight with Goliath. Also, yacht rock.