PLUS: Reading & Meditation Suggestions
This page is updated every Wed/Thu during the Choir Year [generally Labor Day weekend thru 2nd Sunday June].
Readings & Meditations [….send me your favorite authors to be included….]

> FORWARD MOVEMENT “Day by Day” [copies of which can be found at the back of the church, the chapel,
and in the office], the link takes you to readings/meditations from previous days; click on "Forward Day by Day" to
see today's selections:  https://prayer.forwardmovement.org
> JOHN ELDREDGE: http://www.ransomedheart.com/daily-reading/recent 
The potential list of scripture readings for this Sunday can be found here: http://www.lectionarypage.net/YearA_RCL/Epiphany/AEpi3_RCL.html

[together with links where you can listen to the selections]
Sunday, Jan 26: Epiphany 3
Hymns / Service Music 10:15 Service
Opening 304 I come with joy to meet my Lord
Many of these on YouTube - most pretty dreadful!  ‚Ķespecially of the tune that we use.  So, here is the one we always use: St. Martin in the Fields Episcopal Church in Pompano Beach, FL, at an Ordination service in 2009.
Listen Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OxcH-Sn7NeY
Hymn of Praise Here I am to worship
A beautiful and gentler approach/arrangement to this well-known song by the group "Anthem Lights".
Listen Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kME2O7yabT8

Psalm 27:1,5-13 (Plainsong with Refrain)
Gospel Come take my hand
A great text to a great tune - "The Braes o' Killiecrankie" - but STILL not a single posting on YouTube or anywhere else.  Maybe we should do this!  Search for the tune on YouTube to hear many and truly varied renditions of the original text.
Sanctus Unknown version from Trinity, St. Augustine, FL
We sang this on one of Summer trips to sing at Trinity in St. Augustine a few years ago.  The Music Director there had run across it at some event he attended, but, despite much research, had been unable to discover the composer or a publication in which it might be found.  We all liked the setting, and have been using it for several years at the 6:00 pm - occasionally at the 10:15.  Nowhere to be found on the internet.
Fraction S-170 Whoever eats this bread
This is the Fraction Anthem (sung when the bread is "fractured" - broken) that we sing throughout Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany -   the text works well for all three Seasons.  As for the past several years, the only version on YouTube is one that seems to be from a Eucharist held in someone's home.  Words on the screen as sung - projected on to a screen.
Listen Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdOo2LYdXK4
Communion The Servant Song
Time to re-hear that wonderful and beautiful rendition by two Benedictine monks - one a highly skilled guitarist.
Listen Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-vgGu5Sye0

Closing The Summons
Time for some strong congregational singing: the BBC "Songs of Praise" program, location unknown.
Listen Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cv7lnTcuvcU
Introit Love come down    
Angels Choir
One of the songs from a recent VBS - sung with great enthusiasm!
Listen Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upvOaX-B7O0

Offertory Go forth into the world   J. Rutter (b.1945)        
Full Choir
The one we have used before - it's John Rutter's own group "The Cambridge Singers" + the City of London Sinfonia - one cannot get much better than this!
Listen Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIshf2049VA
Communion A Prayer of St. Richard of Chichester  L. J. White [1910-1949]  
Adult Choir Sopranos & Altos
An excellent Boy Treble sings the opening section as a solo - followed by all of Lichfield Cathedral Choir's boys. Beautiful!  From a BBC broadcast in 1998.
Listen Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gf9m90pqk-g
Postlude TBD - played by our Assistant Director of Music
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"New & Review"
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