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Wednesday, 02 August 2017 10:39

The Ever-changing Fabric of Music

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What does church music look like to you? As Lutherans, we embrace a rich tapestry of styles and textures from traditional hymns to praise songs; from chants to global rhythms. We lift up the gifts of those who wish to offer them. Some days, that might look like piano, drums and singers. Other days we might hear guitar and violin. Every day, everyone assembled is invited to sing along to lift up our message and praise.

This year, as some of the threads of our musical brocade come out, what threads will we weave in to replace them? What musical gifts do you have to offer? Could you play your clarinet once in a while?

Do you play the cello and haven’t been sure if we might work it into worship? Please let me know the next time you see me or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.!

I’d especially like to work on special music offerings, as we build up to our 500-year Reformation celebration in October.

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