First Presbyterian Church in Orange – Choral Music Schedule April –June

 

18. April          Introit  O That I Had a Thousand Voices” J. Koenig 

                        Anthem  Christ is Made The Sure Foundation” H. Purcell

                        Response “Seven Fold Amen”   Trad.

 

25. April          Introit  Blessed Jesus, At Your Word” J. R. Ahle 

                        Anthem  Lord, Here I Am” John Ness Beck

                        Response  The Lord Bless You and Keep You”  Lutkin

 

2. May            Introit “O Day of God Draw Nigh” Genevan Psalter, 1551  

                        Anthem  Blessed is the Man”

                        Response “A Blessing  Martin Shaw

 

9. May            Introit  Now Thank We All Our God” J. Cruger 

                        Anthem  Be Known to Us in Breaking Bread”  Austin Lovelace

                        Response  Seven Fold Amen”   Trad.

 

16. May          Introit  In Christ There is no East or West” A. Reinagle

                        Anthem  My Shepherd Will Supply My Need” V. Thompson

                        Response “The Lord Bless You and Keep You  Lutkin

 

23. May (Pentecost)  Introit “Let Every Christian Pray  J. Barnby  

                        Anthem  Rejoice in the Lord Always”  Purcell

                        Response “A Blessing  Martin Shaw

 

30. May          Introit “Blest Be the Tie that Binds” Lowell Mason

                        Anthem  For the Beauty of the Earth”  John Rutter

                        Response  Seven Fold Amen”   Trad.

 

6. June            Introit “Precious Lord” Thomas Dorsey 

                        Anthem  Almighty and Everlasting God” Orlando Gibbons

                        Response “A Blessing  Martin Shaw

 

13. June          Introit ‘There is a Balm in Gilead” arr. Dawson

                        Anthem  Brother James’ Air” G. Jacob

                        Response “The Lord Bless You and Keep You  Lutkin

 

20. June          Introit  “Hallelujah”  G.F. Handel

                        Anthem    “I Waited For the Lord’’   F. Mendelssohn

                        Response  Lead Me Lord” Samuel Wesley