October 11, 2015

Time After Pentecost — Lectionary 28 (Year B)

Music can seem unreasonable, irrational. It sings about trouble, grief, pain, even death that comes creeping in the door. Why sing about such things? No reason - unless there is something more profound that outlasts human trouble. Join us on the next Sing For Joy.


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Scriptures for this Program

  • (1R) Amos 5:6-7, 10-15
  • (PS) Psalm 90:12-17
  • (2R) Hebrews 4:12-16
  • (G) Mark 10:17-31

Soon One Mornin'African American Spiritual / Gail Kubik, arranger (G)
Robert Shaw Festival Singers / Wayne Bailey, baritone / Robert Shaw
(CD) Amazing Grace: American Hymns & Spirituals / TELARC / CD-80325
© 1993 Telarc, Concord Music Group, 100 North Crescent Drive, Garden Level, Beverly Hills, CA, 90210, USA

All My TrialsBahamian Traditional / Norman Luboff, arranger (G)
Soli Deo Gloria Cantorum: Omaha, NE / Almeda Berkey
(CD) Arma Lucis / SDG RECORDS / SDGCD 89
© 1989 SDG Records, 3402 Woolworth Ave., Omaha, NE, 68105-1944, USA

Nobody Knows the Trouble I've SeenAfrican American Spiritual (2R)
The Elmer Iseler Singers / Elmer Iseler
(CD) Spirituals / MARQUIS CLASSICS / ERAD 115
© 1985 Marquis Classics, 30 Kenilworth Avenue, Toronto, M4L 3S3, Canada

Lord, Thou Has Been Our RefugeJohn Rutter (PS)
The Cambridge Singers / Brian Thomson, accompanist / John Rutter
(CD) A Song in Season / COLLEGIUM RECORDS / COLCD 135
© 2010 Collegium Records, Naxos of America, Inc., Suite 28, 1810 Columbia Avenue, Franklin, TN, 37064, USA