Weekly song, hymn and recorded music suggestions and resources for worship - based on the Revised Common Lectionary. Suggestions are posted on Wednesday nights, usually a few weeks in advance of each Sunday.
PH349 "Let All Who Pray the Prayer Christ Taught" is set to Cheshire tune, a melodic minor song found in Este's Psalmes (1592) It's probably unfamiliar, but easy to pick up. The Oremus Hymnal has a somewhat pompous organ arrangement of the tune at http://www.oremus.org/hymnal/l/l320b.htmlI think hymntime comes closer to the spirit of the tune: http://www.hymntime.com/tch/htm/w/o/woetomen.htmA pdf of the tune can be found at http://www.hymntime.com/tch/pdf/c/h/e/Cheshire.pdf
Natalie, do you realise that this week is actually Pentecost +9, not +8, as you have listed? You seem to have lost a week somewhere.(July 11 is correctly labelled as Pent +7, but then you also label July 18 as Pent +7, and have gone on from there)
Thanks Caro,I make that mistake about once a year! All patched up now.Jack, thank you so much for your help on this hymn.
What a nice surprise to see "Indwelling God" listed here! We've been singing it as a call to prayer for the last month, and the congregation picked it up pretty quickly. I got the words from Rex Hunt's liturgy site; not sure where he got them. If anyone wants a copy, let me know at email@example.com.One of our pastors called my attention to a nice unaccompanied call and response rewritten Lord's Prayer from Casa del Sol in New Mexico. It can be downloaded here: http://www.davidepoole.com/id506.html (along with similar settings of a number of standard liturgical texts). We'll be singing both of these, along with the West Indian one (which we begin "Our Father-Mother, who art in heaven").
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