MUSIC AND LITURGY
SEPTEMBER 28, 2014: THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST
The setting of the communion service at this Sunday’s 11 am service is by the English composer Basil Harwood. Harwood served as Organist and Choirmaster at Ely Cathedral from 1887 to 1893, and it was here that he composed this setting in A-flat major. The offertory anthem is “Let this mind be in you,” by Lee Hoiby. Hoiby is best known for his operas and art songs, and claims that his church music never made much money (mostly because the organ parts are too difficult!). “Let this mind” was his first piece of church music, and has become the most often performed.
At 9 we will hear “The Song of Christ’s Glory,” composed by Phillip Moore in 1982 for the Salisbury Diocesan Choir Festival.
SUMMER HYMN SING
Would you like to learn and practice the hymns for the Sunday 11 o'clock service BEFORE Sunday? Then join us for a Summer Hymn Sing! This class will meet WEDNESDAY NIGHTS IN AUGUST. We had a great turnout for the first session, and hope you will join us for the remaining sessions! We will gather in the chancel immediately following the Wednesday 6 pm Eucharist, around 6:45. Led by parishioner Dawn Helene. If you think you might be interested in this offering, please RSVP: .