Videos

Sunday the 14th of June, 2015

Sermon – God is (Still) Speaking to Us (In a Rainbow), Rev. Carly Stucklen Sather

Prelude: “Terra Beata” arr. John Carter; Ryan Cox, piano

Sunday the 7th of June, 2015

Sermon – Where is God When I’m hurting?

Offering – ‘The Call’, Ralph Vaughan Williams;
Ryan Cox and Patricia Spencer

Click here for videos of our Spring Choral Sermon on May 31st, 2015

Sunday the 25th of January, 2015

Sermon

Sunday the 18th of January, 2015

Word in Song – “Thanks Be to God”, arr. Marty Haugen,
Chancel and Children’s Choirs

Sermon – Where can I hide?

Sunday the 1st of February, 2015

Sermon

Sunday the 25th of January, 2015

Word in Song – “Kyrie from Mass in G”, Franz Schubert, Chancel Choir; Erika Shannon, soprano

Sermon

Sunday the 18th of January, 2015

Word in Song – “Thanks Be to God”, arr. Marty Haugen,
Chancel and Children’s Choirs

Sermon – Where can I hide?

Sunday the 11th of January, 2015

Word in Song – “Of the Father’s Love Begotten”
Chancel Choir and Ingrid Krizan , cello

Sermon – Our Baptism and Blessing

Sunday the 4th of January, 2015

Sermon – Embracing Christ

Sunday the 28th of December, 2014

We are so thankful to Charlie, Debbie and Katherine Cosgrove for inviting and sponsoring this morning’s Brass Ensemble in memory of Laverne and Warren Fredericks.
Katherine Cosgrove, Ben Thauland and Becky Gawron, trumpet;
Jessica Pearce, french horn;
Charles Cosgrove, trombone;
Phillip Bloomer, tuba

“What Child Is This” , Greensleeves;
“My Sheep Were Grazing” Jungst;
“I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day”; Waltham


Recessional Hymn: “As with Gladness Men of Old”, Dix;
The Sending Out: Ryan Cox;
Postlude: Brass Ensemble

The Choral Sermon – Sunday the 21th of December, 2014

“Lo How a Rose” arr. John Leavitt
Chancel Choir, Samuel Dewese, baritone; Strings and Organ

Part 1

Part 2

Christmas Motets, Heinz Werner Zimmermann
“Get Thyself Up, Now Arise”
“Be Not Afraid”
“Glory to God in the Highest”
Chancel Choir and Julian Romane, bass
“Puer Natus in Bethlehem” Michael Praetorius
Chancel Choir; Karen Jesse and Leah Wilhelm, sopranos;
Samuel Dewese, baritone; Strings and Organ


“Alleluia: Vom Himmel Hoch” Gregg Smith
Chancel Choir and Strings

Sunday the 7th of December, 2014

Sermon

“Sweet Little Jesus Boy” MacGimsey – arr. Earlene Rentz – Chancel Choir

“Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent” – arr. Moklebust Carillon Handbell Choir – Styx Family, percussion

Sunday the 30th of November, 2014

Sermon

“O Come, Holy Savior”, arr. Anna Laura Page, sung by Chancel Choir

“So Appears Thy Natal Day” from Cantata #142, J.S. Bach, Sung by Ryan Cox, Walter Whitehouse on organ.

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