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[Hymns Archives]


July 29 – Pentecost 9 – Proper 17

Processional Hymn: 5 (Ratisbon) Christ, whose glory fills the skies

Offertory Hymn: 617 (St. Botolph) Jesus, the very thought of thee

Closing Hymn: 572 (Concord) Let there be light


July 22, 2007 – Pentecost 8 – Proper 16

Prelude: My Jesus I Will Never Forsake Johann Gotfried Walther

Processional Hymn: 525 (Aurelia) The church’s one foundation

Offertory Hymn: 577 (Cwm Rhondda) God of grace, God of glory

Communion: Out of the Depths I Call to Thee Georg Bohm

Closing Hymn: 306 (Richmond) O for a thousand tongues to sing

Postlude: A Mighty Fortress Is My God Johann Gotfried Walther


July 15, 2007 – Pentecost 7 – Proper 15

Prelude: Communion Louis Vierne

Processional Hymn: 285 (Church Triumphant) The eternal gifts of Christ the King

Offertory Hymn: 259 (Ar hyd nos) For the beauty of all creation

Communion: Berceuse Louis Vierne

Closing Hymn: 478 (Albano) Almighty God, thy word is cast

Postlude: Postlude Flor Peeters


July 1, 2007

Processional 565 (Cwm Rhondda) Guide me, thou great Jehovah

Offertory: 442 (St. Petesburg) Great God, your love has called us here

Closing Hymn: 435 (Mozart) Take my life and let it be