Bellwether Arts – Advent/Christmas 2017

It's been a busy season in the Cardiphonia workshop this year.  Hot off the heals of our new vocation double-album we are finally bringing to life a project to support the church calendar with a collection of liturgical resources. We are calling it Bellwether Arts. This advent is our inaugural release. Our plan is to... Continue Reading →

Recent Songs for Epiphany 2015

Tomorrow (Jan 6, 2015) marks the traditional date of the church season of Epiphany. Epiphany what?! It's a greek word that means 'manifestation or appearance.' The Worship Sourcebook in their chapter on the Epiphany says, "Churches that observe Christmas as a stand alone event may find it difficult to get past the sentimentality of seeing a... Continue Reading →

Red River Hymnal

Red River Hymnal - Christ the King Church (Austin, TX) New album from the musicians at Christ the King Church in Austin, TX.  Full of unique classical/folk tinged arrangements.  See song notes below. 1. The Lamb Has Overcome Original text and tune from Luke Morton - Great folk gospel jam with eucharist themes. 2. Glorious... Continue Reading →

Light of Light, Enlighten Me – Nathan Partain

Another great retune for Epiphany worship from Nathan Partain, worship leader at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis, IN. Recording is from a CD of hymns and originals published by Green Lake Pres in Seattle where Nathan and Rick used to work. Light of light, Enlighten Me mp3 | Chords | lead sheet | info Light of light, enlighten me Now anew... Continue Reading →

Christ Whose Glory Fills the Sky

If you are looking for a song to sing for Epiphany I think this must be the one.  This text by Charles Wesley has been retuned more than any other 'epiphany' text.  Although it would be an exercise in severe naval gazing it would be wonderful to plan a service where we actually sing each of the... Continue Reading →

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