by Christine Sine
As we move closer to the festive season this year with a growing number of countries returning to lockdown and those of us in the U.S. struggling with a staggering upsurge in COVID, we all need times of contemplation and reflection to refresh and renew us and bring us peace. This week’s contemplative service from St Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Seattle does that for many of us. I pray you will drink deeply from its waters and allow it to draw you closer to the Eternal One.
A contemplative service with music in the style-of-Taize for the Twenty-Third Sunday after Pentecost. Carrie Grace Littauer, prayer leader, with music by Kester Limner and Andy Myers.
Permission to podcast/stream the music in this service obtained from One License with license #A-710-756 with additional notes below.
“Da Pacem Cordium,” and “Atme in Uns” are songs from the Taize community – copyright and all rights reserved by GIA/Les Presses de Taizé.
“Even in Sorrow” – Composed by Kester Limner in March 2020 for the people of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Seattle, shared under the Creative Commons License, Attribution (CC-BY).
“Kyrie for November 8, 2020” – Text and music by Kester Limner, shared under the Creative Commons
License, Attribution (CC-BY).
“His Eye is on the Sparrow” – is a public domain hymn written in 1905 by Civilla D. Martin and Charles H. Gabriel.