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Podcast of the weekly worship gathering of Emmaus Way

Latest Episodes

Permission to Witness: Letters for Lent

In which we open a Lenten season oriented around the practice of writing and the formation that's possible within "in-between" spaces and seasons. We kick off that conversation with Artist-in-Residence Joanna Penn Cooper, who invites us to consider writers as folks who support our deeply human need for permission to witness and be witnessed. As a writer, Joanna shares ways that writer, audience, and context interact to create energetic spaces that shape us. As a community, we begin asking what formative energy we might find in our Lenten engagement with a writer (Paul) and letter (Galatians) many of us have held at a distance.

66 MINMAR 1
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Permission to Witness: Letters for Lent

Prophets & Public Proclamation in the Here and Now

In which we wrap up our season on the prophets wit ha look at the prophet Isaiah (Isaiah 6:1-13) and prophets of the #metoo movement. Molly invites us to consider what it means for Eway to be a community of prophetic proclamation in a world that isn't particularly ready to lean into critiques of power or the alternative futures of God. What does it mean to voice and embody prophetic witness in such a space? Sus Long and friends contribute a very 60s collection of music by Pete Seeger, Simon & Garfunkel, and The Beach Boys.

68 MINFEB 16
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Prophets & Public Proclamation in the Here and Now

Responding to Prophets

In which we trace our exploration of prophets a bit closer to home and ask: "What happens when prophecy gets personal?" That is, what does it really look like to change some aspect of our lives to more fully live into said alternative futures? Through circle practice, we open to space to notice what about prophets/prophecy opens us to respond, and what leaves us feeling resistant and closed. Sus Long and Rachel Kiel season our conversation with songs from Over the Rhine, The Beach Boys, Elton John, and Sara Groves.

45 MINFEB 9
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Responding to Prophets

What's So Necessary About Visions and Dreams?

In which we turn our consideration prophets to the role visions and dreams play in their work of critique and imagination. Molly curates a conversation around three prophetic visions (Ezekiel and the Valley of Dry Bones, Hildegard of Bingen, Jean Vanier & L'Arche) for alternative living, thinking, and being. Artist-in-Residence Sus Long (and friends) come alongside with musical visions from The Beatles, Alexi Murdoch, Iron & Wine, Patty Griffin, and Harold Arlen.

66 MINJAN 26
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What's So Necessary About Visions and Dreams?

What's the Big Deal About Sign/Acts, Then & Now?

In which we continue our examination of prophets by considering some of their strategies for critique and alternative imagination. Molly invites us to look specific sign/acts from the prophet Jeremiah as part of a dialogue around the lingering role of prophetic sign/acts among contemporary prophets such as Martin Luther King Jr. and Bree Newsome. Artist-in-Residence Sus Long contributes songs from The Avett Brothers, The Beatles, Nick Lowe, and Pete Seeger.

59 MINJAN 19
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What's the Big Deal About Sign/Acts, Then & Now?

Prophets 101

In which we open a six-week journey alongside the Hebrew prophets, and consider the presence and possibility of prophetic critique and imagination in our lives now. Molly opens the series with a historical overview of the biblical prophets, naming their role as figures who simultaneously criticize and energize. Sus Long—our Artist in Residence for this season—opens our musical conversation with offerings from Jackson Browne, Patty Griffin, and her own band Hardworker.

65 MINJAN 12
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Prophets 101

People of Light: Epiphany Sunday

In which we consider Epiphany as something beyond a simple "lightbulb moment." Rather, Molly invites us into Isaiah to consider what light might be shining in our moment, and what that light might reveal and make manifest. Neal Curran (of Infielder) contributes a diverse set of songs equally fascinated by the light, including one of his own.

56 MINJAN 5
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People of Light: Epiphany Sunday

Illumination in the Dark

In which we open ourselves to what illumination reveals in this second week of Advent amidst a very dark world. Brett Fox offers a homily on Matthew 11:2-11, reflecting on John the Baptist's imprisonment, followed by Advent worship stations. Neal Curran and Robert Thornhill contribute music songs of the season alongside selections by Blind Willie Johnson, Wilco, and Sam Philips.

52 MIN2019 DEC 15
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Illumination in the Dark

Steps Forward Into Hope

In which we delve into implications of hope this second week of Advent. A hope that—in the words of Jan Richardson—draws us past our limits...defies expectations...questions what we have known...makes a way where there is none." Our own Julia Riley offers a homily rooted in Isaiah 11:1-10, followed by circle conversations on own own wrestling with hope. Neal Curran and Ken Stewart offer up songs of the season by Stevie Wonder, Damien Jurado, Andrew Bird, and Steven Foster.

49 MIN2019 DEC 8
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Steps Forward Into Hope

Waking Up to Expectation

In which we enter the season of Advent, a time of waiting in expectation for God to enter our midst, once again, in the most unlikely places. Molly's homily draws from Matt. 24:36-44, an apocalyptic text of warning to WAKE UP! What might this text be saying to us as a community, coming off a series rooted in Revelation and entering a time of active expectation for the in-breaking Kin-dom? Sus Long sharpens our expectation with songs from Bowerbirds, Sandra McCracken, a couple seasonal classics, and a reprise of her original (written for Eway) "Advent 2016."

45 MIN2019 DEC 1
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Waking Up to Expectation

Latest Episodes

Permission to Witness: Letters for Lent

In which we open a Lenten season oriented around the practice of writing and the formation that's possible within "in-between" spaces and seasons. We kick off that conversation with Artist-in-Residence Joanna Penn Cooper, who invites us to consider writers as folks who support our deeply human need for permission to witness and be witnessed. As a writer, Joanna shares ways that writer, audience, and context interact to create energetic spaces that shape us. As a community, we begin asking what formative energy we might find in our Lenten engagement with a writer (Paul) and letter (Galatians) many of us have held at a distance.

66 MINMAR 1
Comments
Permission to Witness: Letters for Lent

Prophets & Public Proclamation in the Here and Now

In which we wrap up our season on the prophets wit ha look at the prophet Isaiah (Isaiah 6:1-13) and prophets of the #metoo movement. Molly invites us to consider what it means for Eway to be a community of prophetic proclamation in a world that isn't particularly ready to lean into critiques of power or the alternative futures of God. What does it mean to voice and embody prophetic witness in such a space? Sus Long and friends contribute a very 60s collection of music by Pete Seeger, Simon & Garfunkel, and The Beach Boys.

68 MINFEB 16
Comments
Prophets & Public Proclamation in the Here and Now

Responding to Prophets

In which we trace our exploration of prophets a bit closer to home and ask: "What happens when prophecy gets personal?" That is, what does it really look like to change some aspect of our lives to more fully live into said alternative futures? Through circle practice, we open to space to notice what about prophets/prophecy opens us to respond, and what leaves us feeling resistant and closed. Sus Long and Rachel Kiel season our conversation with songs from Over the Rhine, The Beach Boys, Elton John, and Sara Groves.

45 MINFEB 9
Comments
Responding to Prophets

What's So Necessary About Visions and Dreams?

In which we turn our consideration prophets to the role visions and dreams play in their work of critique and imagination. Molly curates a conversation around three prophetic visions (Ezekiel and the Valley of Dry Bones, Hildegard of Bingen, Jean Vanier & L'Arche) for alternative living, thinking, and being. Artist-in-Residence Sus Long (and friends) come alongside with musical visions from The Beatles, Alexi Murdoch, Iron & Wine, Patty Griffin, and Harold Arlen.

66 MINJAN 26
Comments
What's So Necessary About Visions and Dreams?

What's the Big Deal About Sign/Acts, Then & Now?

In which we continue our examination of prophets by considering some of their strategies for critique and alternative imagination. Molly invites us to look specific sign/acts from the prophet Jeremiah as part of a dialogue around the lingering role of prophetic sign/acts among contemporary prophets such as Martin Luther King Jr. and Bree Newsome. Artist-in-Residence Sus Long contributes songs from The Avett Brothers, The Beatles, Nick Lowe, and Pete Seeger.

59 MINJAN 19
Comments
What's the Big Deal About Sign/Acts, Then & Now?

Prophets 101

In which we open a six-week journey alongside the Hebrew prophets, and consider the presence and possibility of prophetic critique and imagination in our lives now. Molly opens the series with a historical overview of the biblical prophets, naming their role as figures who simultaneously criticize and energize. Sus Long—our Artist in Residence for this season—opens our musical conversation with offerings from Jackson Browne, Patty Griffin, and her own band Hardworker.

65 MINJAN 12
Comments
Prophets 101

People of Light: Epiphany Sunday

In which we consider Epiphany as something beyond a simple "lightbulb moment." Rather, Molly invites us into Isaiah to consider what light might be shining in our moment, and what that light might reveal and make manifest. Neal Curran (of Infielder) contributes a diverse set of songs equally fascinated by the light, including one of his own.

56 MINJAN 5
Comments
People of Light: Epiphany Sunday

Illumination in the Dark

In which we open ourselves to what illumination reveals in this second week of Advent amidst a very dark world. Brett Fox offers a homily on Matthew 11:2-11, reflecting on John the Baptist's imprisonment, followed by Advent worship stations. Neal Curran and Robert Thornhill contribute music songs of the season alongside selections by Blind Willie Johnson, Wilco, and Sam Philips.

52 MIN2019 DEC 15
Comments
Illumination in the Dark

Steps Forward Into Hope

In which we delve into implications of hope this second week of Advent. A hope that—in the words of Jan Richardson—draws us past our limits...defies expectations...questions what we have known...makes a way where there is none." Our own Julia Riley offers a homily rooted in Isaiah 11:1-10, followed by circle conversations on own own wrestling with hope. Neal Curran and Ken Stewart offer up songs of the season by Stevie Wonder, Damien Jurado, Andrew Bird, and Steven Foster.

49 MIN2019 DEC 8
Comments
Steps Forward Into Hope

Waking Up to Expectation

In which we enter the season of Advent, a time of waiting in expectation for God to enter our midst, once again, in the most unlikely places. Molly's homily draws from Matt. 24:36-44, an apocalyptic text of warning to WAKE UP! What might this text be saying to us as a community, coming off a series rooted in Revelation and entering a time of active expectation for the in-breaking Kin-dom? Sus Long sharpens our expectation with songs from Bowerbirds, Sandra McCracken, a couple seasonal classics, and a reprise of her original (written for Eway) "Advent 2016."

45 MIN2019 DEC 1
Comments
Waking Up to Expectation
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