Epiphany Eucharist at St. James

We enjoyed our time this past Sunday, February 19, at St. James’ Episcopal Church in Dexter, celebrating with a full congregation a service of word and sacrament. Have a listen here to some musical selections recorded by Paul Curtis. Paul’s a professional sound tech, and his contact info is below if you want to solicit his services.

Introit: Personent Hodie, Medieval European

Song of Praise: Hail the Blest Morn!, t. Reginald Heber, m. Southern Harmony

Anthem after Sermon: Almighty God, Your Word Is Cast (Milford), t. John Cawood, m. Sacred Harp
 (with the St. James church choir)

Offertory: Rejoice, Ye Shining Worlds on High, t. Isaac Watts, m. William Billings
Communion: There Is No Rose of Such Virtue, 15th century English traditional

Paul Curtis
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Event: 2/19 Epiphany Eucharist

Epiphany Eucharist
Sunday, February 19, 9:30am
St. James’ Epispocal Church, Dexter

On Sunday, February 19 the Elm Ensemble will assist in Sunday morning worship service at St. James’ Episcopal Church in Dexter as they celebrate the Time after Epiphany.

The seasons around the Epiphany are a time to hear and meditate on the stories of Jesus’ life here on earth—his birth as a vulnerable human child, his intense adulthood, and his death at the hands of religion and empire. When our scandalously human God encounters our all-too-human selves, we have the opportunity to see our sins more clearly, to repent, and to live out our Christian callings with renewed hope and joy.

Introit: Personent Hodie, Medieval European
Song of Praise: Hail the Blest Morn!, t. Reginald Heber, m. Southern Harmony
Anthem after Sermon: Almighty God, Your Word Is Cast (Milford), t. John Cawood, m. Sacred Harp
Offertory: Rejoice, Ye Shining Worlds on High, t. Isaac Watts, m. William Billings
Communion: There Is No Rose of Such Virtue, 15th century English traditional