Easy Service Music

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Easy Service Music


Stulken, Marilyn Kay, The American Organist


The following lists are keyed to the Revised Common Lectionary, the iectionary used today in churches of a number of denominations. In many cases, the readings - especially the Gospels - will be the same as those in the Catholic, Episcopal, and older Lutheran iectionaries, hence the inclusion of hymn numbers for those groups as well. The Scriptures are listed to aid musicians working with other lectionaries, since there might be times when readings in those lectionaries fall on different calendar dates. Hymn-tune names are bracketed and in large and small caps. Publishers are in parentheses.

HYMNAL CODES

CB = Catholic Book of Worship III

CH = Chalice Hymnal

CO = The Covenant Hymnal

CP = Common Praise

CW = Christian Worship

EH = The Hymnal 1982

EL = Evangelical Lutheran Worship

HS = Hymnal Supplement 98 (LCMS)

HW = Hymnal: A Worship Book

JS = Journey Songs (second edition)

LB = Lutheran Book of Worship

LS = Lutheran Service Book

LW = Lutheran Worship

ME = The United Methodist Hymnal

MO = Moravian Book of Worship

NC = The New Century Hymnal

PH = Psalter Hymnal

PR = The Presbyterian Hymnal

VU = Voices United

WL = Wonder, Love, and Praise

WO = Worship ffl

WV = With One Voice

MARCH 1, 2009

First Sunday in Lent

SCRIPTURES

Genesis 9:8-17

Psalm 25:1-9

1 Peter 3:18-22

Mark 1:9-15

HYMN

O love/Oh, love, how deep/vast

HYMN

Jesus, still lead on/

Jesus, lead us on/

Jesus, lead the way

ANTHEM

To You My Eyes Are Turned - Trapp

SATB, cantor, assembly/organ, oboe

(GIA Publications #G-6584)

PRELUDE

Lord, Who Throughout These Forty Days

[ST. FLAVIAN] - Bender

Bender: Twenty-two Hymn Introductions, p. 32

(Concordia Publishing House #97-5496)

POSTLUDE

Lord, Keep Us Steadfast in Your Word [or The Glory of These Forty Days)

[ERHALT UNS HERR] - J.C. Bach

Bach, J.C.: Forty-Four Organ Chorales, p. 31

(Kalmus #K03095)

MARCH 8, 2009

Second Sunday in Lent

SCRIPTURES

Genesis 17:1-7, 15-16

Psalm 22:22-30

Romans 4:13-25

Mark 8:31-38

HYMN

Blessed/Blest be the God of Israel

HYMN

All my hope on God is founded/

All my hope is firmly grounded/

God, my hope on you is founded

ANTHEM

Be Not Far- Birkley

Two-part/piano, guitar

(GIA Publications #G-5107)

PRELUDE

O Lamb of God Most Holy

[O Lamm Gottes unschuldig] - Bender

Bender: Little Choral Preludes, Vol. …

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