Sunday, September 27 Worship: Bulletin and Music
Sunday Worship Bulletins
Hints and Helps to worship via Zoom:
Sunday's Worship will be LIVE
For security reasons, WE WILL NO LONGER PROVIDE A LINK ON OUR WEBSITE.
To participate in Zoom worship, All meeting numbers and passwords will be provided in the Friday E-Blast sent to church members.
Download and/or Print the Order of Worship so you can participate at home.
You can join the live-stream any time before the service begins. When you join you’ll be placed in the “waiting room” until the Zoom Host “opens the doors” (makes the live-stream available).
When you join to worship, you’ll be muted by the Host. Only the Host can unmute folks.
While we will all be separated by distance, we’ll all be together in the Lord.
Sunday Worship Music: from our sanctuary
"Panis Angelicus" is the second-to-last section of the hymn "Sacris solemniis," which was written by Saint Thomas Aquinas in the 13th century. "Panis Angelicus" is Latin for "Bread of Angels" or "Angelic Bread.” Franck's 1872 arrangement is the most famous. Like many of the composer's other works, it was a piece of sacred music used for liturgical purposes. Originally arranged for tenor, organ, harp, and cello, the music was later incorporated into Franck's "Messe à trois voix" (Mass for Three Voices).
"May The Lord" - John S. Dixon
(Sung by members of the Chancel Choir; video produced by Robie Armbruster)
by John S. Dixon
by John S. Dixon
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