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This essential resource for Resurrection Sunday is a festive worship service designed for churches of any size, beautifully orchestrated and wonderfully crafted to enable quick learning and maximum impact.
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Joyful sounds abound in this colorful Christmas gift for choirs. Through poetic narration, scripture passages and creatively arranged carols, the timeless story of the birth of Christ is presented. Gathered
This major sacred work is musically inspired by traditional spirituals and tells of the ministry, passion and resurrection of Jesus. Two endings are provided, one for Holy Week and one with a jubilant
The writing team of John Purifoy and Pamela Stewart have crafted a brief work for Maundy Thursday or Good Friday, suitable for use as a Tenebrae service. Told from the historical perspective of the Gospels,
This service in song is a joyous celebration of hope and peace for the Christmas season. Using carols, narration, congregational participation and original anthems, this approachable work is the perfect
Composed in both traditional and blended choral styles, this cantata weaves the historic symbolism of both the Lion of Judah and the Lamb of God into the Christmas story. Through original songs and
This major work is an affirmation of assurance that takes us on a musical and spiritual pilgrimage through the beloved 23rd Psalm. Singers and listeners will be carried from peaceful meadows to the shadowed
Raise the roof with the vibrant harmonies in this fun combination of two folk favorites arranged for barbershop quartet or your whole men's section!
Combining traditional carols with the best contemporary Christian seasonal selections, this cantata is an ideal choice for the traditional or transitional church. Using the well-known lessons and carols
"What Sweeter Music," a new work by John Leavitt composed in the form of a traditional "Lessons and Carols" service, is appropriate for choirs of any size. With thoughtful part-writing
Mingling traditional and contemporary elements, this cantata tells the story of Christ's ministry, passion and resurrection with thoughtful narration by Pamela Stewart. Great hymnody and modern worship
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