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The Choir of Trinity Wall Street

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A candlelit service of music and prayers, based on the liturgy used for centuries by monastic communities to end the day. It is both ancient and contemporary, with chant and newly-composed music sung by members of the Trinity Choir. =
 
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"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…
 
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“Advent Week 1: Christ the Hated and Victorious King” Psalm 2 November 28, 2021 — Reverend Chris Harper I. There is a King (4-9) 1. Who he is (4-7) 2. Where he reigns (8) 3. How he reigns (9) II. The King is hated (1-3) 1. By whom? (1-2) 2. Why? (3) III. The King is always victorious (4-5, 9, 10-12) 1. Absolute allegiance or else (4-5, 9, 10-12a) 2…
 
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This lecture was the opening session of the 2021 Unitarian Christian Alliance Conference. In it, after briefly surveying the historical range of interpretations of John 1:1-18, I show how earlier literature gives us the context in which the original audience would have understood the prologue of the fourth gospel. The resulting interpretation is co…
 
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