Music for Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday narrates and remembers Jesus' entrance into Jerusalem before his passion and crucifixion (Matt 21:1-11, Mark 11:1-11, Luke 19:28-40, John 12:12-19).  It is often referred to as "The Triumphal Entry" to refer to the hopes of the people that Jesus might bring with him the military might of King David and his mighty men. ... Continue Reading →

Charles Wesley – Birthday notes, etc

Charles Wesley was born on Dec 18th, 1707 in England.  Attended school at Christ Church, Oxford where in 1727 he formed his group the "Oxford Methodist" which George Whitefield and his older brother John both joined.  These early beginnings formed the basis of their later founding of the Methodist Church in the United States, with... Continue Reading →

Advent and Christmas Music

I've had the privilege of working in a number of churches that attempt to walk a thin line between contemporary and liturgical.  And because of this balance the Advent season has always been particularly full of the glory of the incarnation. Here are a number of great advent and christmas songs that are either original,... Continue Reading →

New Music from the Liturgy Fellowship

Nathan Partain, the music director at Redeemer Presbyterian in Indianapolis and a member of the liturgy fellowship has a new record out of offertories he recorded while chief musician at Green Lake Presbyterian in Seattle.  Click the link to hear samples at CDBaby and buy the thing. Check it out!

New Easter Music from Redeemer INdy

Here are two new songs from Easter at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis. "I am One of Those" was an offertory and "Sweet Love of Calvary" is a song that a writer/worship leader from Redeemer's church plant "The Crossing" wrote for the congregation. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: I am One of Those  {listen} I am one of those, at the... Continue Reading →

Blog at

Up ↑