Singing Songs of Expectation

Gather, Pause, Reflect, Listen, Await, Sing

Advent wreath

This Sunday, December 7 at 6:30 p.m.

St. Alban’s Episcopal Church

A Service of Lessons and Carols for Advent

Congregational hymns, choral anthems, and readings taken from The King James Bible


Choral Introit:     Matins Responsory – I look from afar by Janette Fishell

Savior of the nations come (Hymn 54) in candlelight procession

What is the crying at Jordan?  (Hymn 69)

Choir:     Rorate coeli by Salamon Rossi

Choir:      This is the truth sent from above by Ralph Vaughan Williams

Creator of the stars of night (Hymn 60)

Choir:     Riu, riu chiu (a 16th century Spanish folk song)

O come, o come Emmanuel (Hymn 56)

Choir:     There is a flower by John Rutter

Lo, how a rose e’er blooming (Hymn 81)

Choir:     Gaudete omnes by Hieronymus Praetorius

Prepare the way, O Zion (Hymn 65)

Choir:    A New Song by James MacMillan

The angel Gabriel from heaven came (Hymn 265)

Come, thou long-expected Jesus (Hymn 66)

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2 Responses to Singing Songs of Expectation

  1. Teddie Wood says:

    Thanks to all. Very Enticing. Well done, Sonya et al.

  2. Teddie Wood says:

    Thanks to all. Very Enticing. Sell done, Sonya et al.

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