A Contemplative Service for the Fourth Sunday of Advent

by Christine Sine

Christmas is quickly approaching but we don’t want to miss this last week of Advent. Take time to breathe, relax and enter the silence of this beautiful taize style contemplative service. A big thank you to St Andrews Episcopal Church in Seattle for allowing me to post this.

A contemplative service with music in the style-of-Taize for the Fourth Sunday of Advent. 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.

“Maranatha, Come Lord Jesus” – was written for The University Of Notre Dame Folk Choir by Steven C. Warner, released on the album “Prophets of Joy.” Copyright 1996 World Library Publications.

“Nada Te Turbe” and “In the Lord” are songs from the Taize community. Copyright and all rights reserved by GIA/Les Presses de Taizé.

“Kyrie for December 20” – music by Kester Limner and Andy Myers, text by Kester Limner, shared under the Creative Commons License, Attribution (CC-BY)

“O Come, O Come, Emmanuel” is a metrical paraphrase of the plainchant “O Antiphons” that come from the antiphons before the Magnificat during evening prayer on December 17-24). This translation is from John Mason Neale, 1861. Public domain.

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