Amidst dramatic life events and scathing condemnation, the Prophet Jeremiah finds time for Lament. A sermon on Jeremiah 8:18-9:1.
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It was the last Sunday for our Senior and Bell Choirs, plus we had two special musical guests! Enjoy these videos of the musical selections.
We celebrated Shepherd Sunday with a lovely anthem from our Senior Choir and a sermon on one of our biblical shepherds, Tabitha.
It was a joy to be back in the sanctuary for Easter (while still accessible online!) for the first time since 2019. Thanks to all who made it possible! Here are some video highlights…
After two years online only, we had an in-person Special Music Sunday loosely based on a Morning Prayer liturgy, with lovely psalm settings sung by our choir and cantor Fr. Austin Fleming. Enjoy!
Our worship on March 13th was full of beautiful music. Pastor Hannah spoke about Jesus’ response to Herod Antipas and what it means for us today. Watch and listen below!
On November 21st, we had our bell choir perform live for the first time since the pandemic began. They played Song of Reflection, which was composed by Dan Edwards. It was great to experience and the song is fully of special effects!
We also heard the premier of a piece our church commissioned, Behold, God is My Salvation by Peter Niedmann. Thanks to our Senior Choir and our temporary musical hosts from Holy Family Parish!
On October 24th, we surprised Jim with a service full of gratitude for him in words and song! Watch below.
This Sunday we showcased music recorded throughout this past year and gave thanks for all the musicians and technicians who made it possible! Here are some words from Jim and a new anthem debut.
Our WCUC Senior Virtual Choir recorded this piece by Sir John Stainer (1840-1901). Thank you to all who participated!