May 30, 2021

The Holy Trinity — First Sunday after Pentecost (Year B)

Christianity – and perhaps anything related to grace - is best taught not with a sword or a stick, but with a song. In celebration of Trinity Sunday - and every week - Sing For Joy lives up to its name. It sings. You can hear that for yourself on our next program.


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Scriptures for this Program

  • (1R) Isaiah 6:1-8
  • (PS) Psalm 29
  • (2R) Romans 8:12-17
  • (G) John 3:1-17

Holy, Holy, Holy (NICAEA)John B. Dykes / Reginald Heber, lyricist (1R)
The Westminster Choir: Princeton, NJ / Joan Lippincott, accompanist / Joseph Flummerfelt
(CD) Favorite Hymns And Anthems / GOTHIC / G 49044
© 1990 Gothic, Gothic Records, Inc. P.O. Box 414, Orcas, WA, 98280, USA

Festival Anthem: In the year that King Uzziah died (I saw the Lord)Matthew Martin (1R)
The Choir of Magdalen College: Oxford, United Kingdom / Stephen Farr, organ / Daniel Hyde
(CD) Matthew Martin: Sacred Choral Works / OPUS ARTE / OA CD9030 D
© 2015 Opus Arte, Royal Opera House, Enterprises, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9DD, United Kingdom

God So Loved the WorldDavid Ashley White (G)
The Choir of Palmer Memorial Church: Houston, TX / Brady Knapp
(CD) Praise the Spirit: Music of David Ashley White / GOTHIC / G-49254
© 2007 Gothic, Gothic Records, Inc. P.O. Box 414, Orcas, WA, 98280, USA

Hymn Anthem on Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones (LASST UNS ERFREUEN)Healey Willan / J. Athelstan Riley, lyricist (1R)
Elora Festival Singers: Elora, Ontario, Canada / Noel Edison
(CD) In the Heavenly Kingdom / NAXOS / 8.557734
© 2006 Naxos, Naxos of America, Inc., Suite 28, 1810 Columbia Avenue, Franklin, TN, 37067, USA