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Worship: Musical Responses

We love God’s Word. Therefore, we not only read it and preach it in worship, but we also sing it. Below are some of the scripture-based musical responses we have included in our service. The responses currently in use are at the top of each column. Confession of...

A Hymn for Such Times

1. God the all-terrible! King, who ordainest great winds thy clarions, lightnings thy sword, show forth thy pity on high where thou reignest; give to us peace in our time, O Lord. 2. God the omnipotent! Mighty Avenger, watching invisible, judging unheard, save us in...
Learning the Doxology

Learning the Doxology

We are going to spend a few minutes each Sunday afternoon learning to sing the Doxology in four-part harmony. To practice your part during the week, click the image on the left to open it in a new tab and then try to follow your part as you play the music files below....
Psalter Hymnal Fund

Psalter Hymnal Fund

At our congregational meeting of January 7, 2018, we voted to purchase new song books. The Trinity Psalter Hymnal is a joint-project between our denomination and the United Reformed Churches of North America. This new book will include settings of all 150 Psalms and...
A Great Baptism Hymn

A Great Baptism Hymn

It is hard to find good hymns to sing in conjunction with the administration of the sacrament of baptism. Hymns from the Roman and Lutheran traditions tend to say too much and hymns from the Baptist tradition tend to say too little. Below is biblically-balanced hymn...
Congregational Singing

Congregational Singing

Besides reading and mediating on scripture, we spend more time in worship singing songs together than anything else. Why? Come find biblical answers as Pastor McShaffrey teaches on the nature and purpose of congregational singing during our afternoon Discipleship Hour...