STLT#60, In Time of Silver Rain

Some might say this is unsingable. It’s a complex, twentieth-century modern, sometimes atonal piece of music, and to the average congregant trying to sing for the first time, makes no sense and might make people run out the doors, never to come back. That’s because this isn’t a song for congregational singing. You see, what …

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STLT#24, Far Rolling Voices

Far rolling voices of the sea chant loud upon the shore. They tell the ancient mystery of God forever more. Newborn, the sun in glory rides across the heav’nly fields. The starry host in silence bides and to the morning yields. White seabirds wheel against the sky, companioned with the dawn. God, lift our winging …

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STLT#13, Songs of Spirit

Songs of spirit, like a prayer breathing in the ambient air; singing in the morning light, in the radiance of the day, in the twilight shadows gray, in the brooding hush of night; dark or light, or storm, or fair — singing, singing everywhere. In the burgeoning of spring, in the summer’s scented bloom, in …

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