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Lift Every Voice And Sing Ii

Author : Horace Clarence Boyer
ISBN : 089869194X
Genre : Music
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"Horace Clarence Boyer ... served ... as general editor"--P. x.

Lift Every Voice And Sing Ii

Author : Church Publishing
ISBN : 0898692393
Genre : Music
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This popular collection of 280 musical pieces from both the African American and Gospel traditions has been compiled under the supervision of the Office of Black Ministries of the Episcopal Church. It includes service music and several psalm settings in addition to the Negro spirituals, Gospel songs, and hymns.

Do This Remembering Me

Author : Colette Bachand-Wood
ISBN : 9780819232519
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Memory loss should not be spiritual loss.

Chalice Hymnal Pew Edition

Author : Chalice Press
ISBN : 0827280351
Genre : Music
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This beautiful blend of 620 traditional and new favorite hymns and worship readings will appeal to a wide range of ages, traditions, and ethnicities and will enrich the worship life of the congregation.

Hymns Psalms Spiritual Songs Pew Edition

Author : Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN : 0664101100
Genre : Music
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This superb hymnal features more than six hundred hymns. It is designed for use by a variety of denominations and ecumenical settings.

Glory To God Purple Pew Edition Ecumenical

Author : Presbyterian Publishing
ISBN : 9781611643039
Genre : Religion
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This new book of congregational song will include: Over 800 hymns, psalms, and spiritual songs. Approximately 50% of included hymns will be from the 1990 Presbyterian hymnal. The remaining pieces will come from former Presbyterian hymnals, other denominational songbooks, and individual authors and composers. A musical setting of almost every Sunday lectionary psalm. Music from six different continents. Music covering all major historical and contemporary sacred genres, including approximately thirty-five African American/Gospel hymns. Comprehensive indexes. Glory to God will also contain worship aids and printed liturgies for Sunday services (including baptism and the Lord's Supper) and services for daily prayer. Complete orders of service will include congregational responses, prayers, and creeds. These will be perfect resources for "green" congregations, camps and conference centers, daily prayer services, and time-pressed pastors. The pew edition of Glory to God is available in either of two colors, red and purple, in either of two versions: a Presbyterian edition and an ecumenical edition. The Presbyterian version is Glory to God: The Presbyterian Hymnal and will be stamped with the PC(USA) seal on the spine. The ecumenical version is Glory to God: Hymns, Songs, and Spiritual Songs and will not have the seal. The contents of both editions are identical.

The Living Church

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ISBN : WISC:89073117533
Genre :
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The Hymn

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ISBN : UOM:39015057473020
Genre : Church music
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Welcome To Church Music The Hymnal 1982

Author : Matthew Hoch
ISBN : 9780819229427
Genre : Music
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- First new addition to the popular and well-established "Welcome to" series in years - First volume to introduce and explain church music and congregational singing for beginners The book discusses the importance of hymn singing and service music in Episcopal worship, as well as the history, structure, and content of The Hymnal 1982. While most parishioners participate in music making at some level (such as singing hymns or common responses), fewer people might understand the specific genres that comprise the music of an Episcopal worship service or the liturgical meaning behind each selection. This book provides a more in-depth understanding of this rich and complex tradition, discussing the history and evolution of music within the Episcopal Church, including its Anglican roots. Additional topics--such as psalm singing, anthems, major works, organs, and other Anglican traditions (such as Lessons and Carols)--are also addressed. Music is an essential element in Anglican worship; in fact, The Hymnal 1982 is used in virtually every Episcopal service of worship that involves singing. While most parishioners participate in music making at some level (such as singing hymns or common responses), fewer people might understand the specific genres that comprise the music of an Episcopal worship service or the liturgical meaning behind each selection. This book provides a more in-depth understanding of this rich and complex tradition, discussing the history and evolution of music within the Episcopal Church, including its Anglican roots. The book is designed to help clarify-and simplify-the importance of hymn singing and service music in Episcopal worship, as well as explain the history, structure, and content of The Hymnal 1982. For those seeking to gain a better understanding of Anglican musical heritage, increase participation in congregational singing, or expand their use of the Welcome to series.

The Episcopal Handbook Revised Edition

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ISBN : 9780819229571
Genre : Religion
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"The original Episcopal Handbook, published in 2008, was an instant classic and has been a bestseller ever since. Still providing helpful and insightful information about the Episcopal ethos with a ertain amount of whimsy and complete accessibility, this revision maintains the best features of the original work, but adds an update and an expansion on the church today. In addition to updating out-of-date references, the revision highlights Episcopal diversity—including more women and people of color in the biographical material—as well as focusing more on Episcopalians rather than Anglicans. Some new illustrations are included as well. Some material originally presented in tabular form has been adapted into a more accessible narrative format. This includes new sections on church governance, the origins of religious belief, and a capsule summary of church history. The glossary has also been expanded. The goal is to provide a book suitable for a wide range of uses and settings: for Sunday schools, confirmations, inquirer classes—and for everyone from visitors to vestries. The revision brokers an incredible compendium of information in an informal, user-friendly, and accessible format. For lifelong Episcopalians, newcomers, and those wishing to sample and explore the beliefs and organization of the denomination."

The Episcopal Christian Educator S Handbook

Author : Sharon Ely Pearson
ISBN : 9780819228826
Genre : Religion
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Builds upon the success of The Episcopal Handbook Taps into and expands on the most accessed pages of the Building Faith website and its online resource room Perfect gift for teachers, seminarians and the newly ordained This field guide is essential reading for all those who have anything to do with the ministry of Christian formation and education. A trusted companion and toolbox for anyone who teaches children, youth, or adults in a congregational setting, it includes handy forms, teaching tidbits, plus important information on “all things Episcopal,” sprinkled with humor and advice on how to handle many of the situations that occur in a teaching setting.

Crazy Christians

Author : Bishop Michael B. Curry
ISBN : 9781473697478
Genre : Religion
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We need some Christians who are as crazy as the Lord. Crazy enough to love like Jesus, to give like Jesus, to forgive like Jesus, to do justice, love mercy, walk humbly with God like Jesus. Crazy enough to dare to change the world from the nightmare it often is into something close to the dream that God dreams for it. And for those who would follow him, those who would be his disciples, those who would live as and be the people of the Way. It might come as a shock, but they are called to craziness. From Bishop Curry's "Crazy Christians" address to the 2012 General Convention of the Episcopal Church in Indianapolis.

Lift Every Voice And Sing

Author : Doris A. Wesley
ISBN : 9780826212535
Genre : History
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Profiles of 100 prominent African Americans of St. Louis reveal challenges faced by Blacks throughout the 20th century. Men and women from fields including medicine, education, music, journalism, and business relate their experiences of racism, obstacles they overcame in their professions, and lessons that life has taught them. An introduction paints a picture of 100 years of the city's history. The book includes portraits of each person profiled by Wiley Price, a prizewinning photojournalist for the St. Louis American. Wesley and Morris are affiliated with the Western Historical Manuscript Collection at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

All Things Necessary

Author : Marti Rideout
ISBN : 9780898696523
Genre : Music
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A Guide to the Practice of Church Music by Marion J. Hatchett was published by Church Hymnal Corporation in 1989 and was an invaluable resource for church musicians, clergy, and educational programs in the church, such as the Leadership Program for Musicians (LPM). Since that time our liturgical language expanded and changed the scope of our worship offerings. The hymnody of other cultures, as well as hymn writers from the past thirty years, has influenced congregational song. The use of the Revised Common Lectionary has necessitated the need for new liturgical and music planning texts. All Things Necessary: A Practical Guide for Episcopal Church Musicians by Marti Rideout is a resource for musicians serving in Episcopal Churches who come from other denominations; clergy who desire to have a deeper appreciation for church music and who seek a resource that will help them in their ministries; those who are new to church work, and those who have served the church but desire to expand their knowledge. This book provides: o Comprehensive information about the Episcopal Church, The Book of Common Prayer (1979), liturgical resources published since then and the opportunities for music within the various rites, The Hymnal 1982 and all hymnal supplements and resources written since that publication. o A philosophy of music in the Episcopal Church. o A complete compilation of service music and canticles for the Daily Offices, Holy Eucharist and Sacraments from Church Publishing's six main hymnal sources. o Suggestions for the singing of Psalms and planning liturgies throughout the liturgical year. o Extensive lists of sources for most aspects of church music and liturgy, terms and definitions from an Episcopal perspective, and a practical bibliography. Marti Rideout has served Episcopal parishes in New York, Washington D.C., Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio as Minister of Music/Organist and Choirmaster. She was a founding member of the Leadership Program for Musicians, a curriculum writer, national LPM Consultant-Coordinator, and teacher. She serves as a church music consultant, interim musician, and is on the Association of Anglican Musicians' Mentoring Program Task Force to assist organists.

Choosing Our Religion

Author : Elizabeth Drescher
ISBN : 9780199341245
Genre : Religion
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To the dismay of religious leaders, study after study has shown a steady decline in affiliation and identification with traditional religions in America. By 2014, more than twenty percent of adults identified as unaffiliated--up more than seven percent just since 2007. Even more startling, more than thirty percent of those under the age of thirty now identify as "Nones"--answering "none" when queried about their religious affiliation. Is America losing its religion? Or, as more and more Americans choose different spiritual paths, are they changing what it means to be religious in the United States today? In Choosing Our Religion, Elizabeth Drescher explores the diverse, complex spiritual lives of Nones across generations and across categories of self-identification such as "Spiritual-But-Not-Religious," "Atheist," "Agnostic," "Humanist," "just Spiritual," and more. Drawing on more than one hundred interviews conducted across the United States, Drescher opens a window into the lives of a broad cross-section of Nones, diverse with respect to age, gender, race, sexual orientation, and prior religious background. She allows Nones to speak eloquently for themselves, illuminating the processes by which they became None, the sources of information and inspiration that enrich their spiritual lives, the practices they find spiritually meaningful, how prayer functions in spiritual lives not centered on doctrinal belief, how morals and values are shaped outside of institutional religions, and how Nones approach the spiritual development of their own children. These compelling stories are deeply revealing about how religion is changing in America--both for Nones and for the religiously affiliated family, friends, and neighbors with whom their lives remain intertwined.

Singles And Smiles

Author : Gaylon H. White
ISBN : 9781538107911
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Artie Wilson once was considered the best shortstop in baseball. But during much of his career, Organized Baseball passed Artie by because he was black. This book brings to light the story of a Negro League and minor league star, his struggles to make it in the majors, and his crucial role in integrating baseball’s premier minor league.

Field Study

Author : Chet'la Sebree
ISBN : 9780374722647
Genre : Poetry
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Winner of the 2020 James Laughlin Award from the Academy of American Poets "Layered, complex, and infinitely compelling, Chet’la Sebree’s Field Study is a daring exploration of the self and our interactions with others—a meditation on desire, race, loss and survival." --Natasha Trethewey, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Memorial Drive Chet’la Sebree’s Field Study is a genre-bending exploration of black womanhood and desire, written as a lyrical, surprisingly humorous, and startlingly vulnerable prose poem I am society’s eraser shards—bits used to fix other people’s sh*t, then discarded. Somehow still a wet nurse, from actual babes to Alabama special elections. Seeking to understand the fallout of her relationship with a white man, the poet Chet’la Sebree attempts a field study of herself. Scientifically, field studies are objective collections of raw data, devoid of emotion. But during the course of a stunning lyric poem, Sebree’s control over her own field study unravels as she attempts to understand the depth of her feelings in response to the data of her life. The result is a singular and provocative piece of writing, one that is formally inventive, playfully candid, and soul-piercingly sharp. Interspersing her reflections with Tweets, quips from TV characters, and excerpts from the Black thinkers—Audre Lorde, Maya Angelou, Tressie McMillan Cottom—that inspire her, Sebree analyzes herself through the lens of a society that seems uneasy, at best, with her very presence. She grapples with her attraction to, and rejection of, whiteness and white men; probes the malicious manifestation of colorism and misogynoir throughout American history and media; and struggles with, judges, and forgives herself when she has more questions than answers. “Even as I accrue these notes,” Sebree writes, “I’m still not sure I’ve found the pulse.” A poem of love, heartbreak, womanhood, art, sex, Blackness, and America—sometimes all at once—Field Study throbs with feeling, searing and tender. With uncommon sensitivity and precise storytelling, Sebree makes meaning out of messiness and malaise, breathing life into a scientific study like no other.

Anglican And Episcopal History

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105133520028
Genre : Anglican Communion
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Includes section "Book reviews".

To Shape A New World

Author : Tommie Shelby
ISBN : 9780674980754
Genre : Philosophy
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A cast of distinguished contributors engage critically with Martin Luther King's understudied writings on labor and welfare rights, voting rights, racism, civil disobedience, nonviolence, economic inequality, poverty, love, just-war theory, virtue ethics, political theology, imperialism, nationalism, reparations, and social justice

Wanting Eyes

Author : Ron Broussard
ISBN : 9780578008370
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Wanting Eyes looks at love from a male's point of view - wanting that true love, but going through many trials and difficult experiences to find it. Wanting Eyes shows that there are hardworking, loyal black men out there and we shouldn't let our past experiences spoil our search for love that is fulfilling.

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