1 Timothy 3

O praise the Lord, all you nations! He was manifested in the flesh. Epiphany of the Lord, Baptism of the Lord; Evening Prayer I 1 Timothy 3:16 — He was manifested in the flesh. A lively setting of this canticle which could be used at other liturgies in the Christmas...

Who do you say that I am?

A song based on Matthew 16 and Jesus’ question and the disciples’ response followed by Peter’s acclamation. You are the Christ, Son of the living God, Jesus the Messiah. Who do you say that I am? for Congregation, Cantor, Guitar and Keyboard. Who do...

Come and See

A simple, catechetical song in which short phrases of Jesus are repeated with each verse ending with the injunction: Don’t be afraid. Come and See for Congregation, Guitar and Keyboard. Come + see acc (pdf) Come + see gt (pdf) Come + see...

Come and Drink

A Communion Song with a refrain, which may be sung repeatedly, verses drawn from Psalm 115 (116). The refrain balances some of the rich images associated with wine in scriptures with those of bread. The descant uses the words: ‘This is my body… This is my...

What does the Lord require?

Based on two passages of scripture: Micah 6 (What does the Lord require?) and Matthew 12 (The Beatitudes). It is a song about the invitation to live simply and fully. The Beatitudes are often used as the Gospel on Saint’s Days — including All Saints — so they...