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‘Celebration’ – a New Album of Christian Science Music

»Posted by on Dec 18, 2016 in New Songs, The Mother Church | 5 comments

‘Celebration’ – a New Album of Christian Science Music

Happy Holidays! Is it almost Christmas already?! For those of you who’ve been to your Christian Science Reading Room recently, perhaps you have seen the new two-disc compilation CD released by the Christian Science Publishing Society: it’s called Celebration and features 26 arrangements of new hymns that will be included in the upcoming hymnal supplement. The producers organized about a dozen musicians/groups to record for this project, and we are delighted to be one of them! You can find our songs on the second disc, and one of them you may recognize as the tune the tune Josephine that we sang at the 2012 Annual Meeting. It was our arrangement of a beautiful setting written by Raymond Burkhart to Mary Baker Eddy’s poem Feed My Sheep. Our other...

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Featured Musicians on Christian Science Youth Page

»Posted by on Oct 20, 2016 in Weekly Musician Interviews | 1 comment

Featured Musicians on Christian Science Youth Page

We’re writing to let you know about a great online resource that recently came to our attention: the Christian Science Youth section of the Mother Church’s website. It features lots of great content for younger people interested in Christian Science, including Global Sunday School, University CSO resources, and our favorite: music! It was an honor to be informed by a friend that our interview and recording of Let There Be Light was recently shared with the CS Youth community. You may have heard it before, but we invite you to listen to our musical setting to Mary Baker Eddy’s poem Love, also known by its first line Brood O’er us....

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Singing ‘The Great I AM’ at TMC

»Posted by on Jul 18, 2016 in Live Performance | 2 comments

Singing ‘The Great I AM’ at TMC

It was a beautiful weekend in Boston, and we were in town to sing The Great I AM at The Mother Church. As always, simply attending the service was deeply moving and inspiring, and actually being involved with the service is one of the most precious musical opportunities we’ve had. You can listen to the recording of yesterday’s online church service until July 23; our solo starts at 27:45. Lyrics and sheet music for The Great I AM can be found on our Watchfire Music page. Thank you!    

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