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Fr. Michael Joncas Returns to Probe His Collection of Lenten Hymns

Fr. Michael Joncas returns to probe his collection of Lenten hymns.  A random drawing of those present will receive a copy of his hymnal! Online only. Registration closes Friday, February 3 at noon. Click here for Member Registration. Click here for Non-Member Registration.

Rev. Kathryn Johnson – Lent: Borrowing the Language of Bach’s Passion-the Organ Chorales

PLANNING LENT WITH MUSIC, ART AND POETRY Utilizing the format of a Tenebrae service, Kathryn Johnson will continue her series “What Language Shall I Borrow?” on Feb. 11 – lifting again, especially appropriately in the coming Lenten season, this text from the hymn “O Sacred Head, Now Wounded,” to suggest that we can enrich our […]

Professors Ellen Johnston and Bill Roberts Discuss Musicians and Clergy Working Together

Professors Ellen Johnston and Bill Roberts discuss musicians and clergy working together. Ellen Johnston is recently retired as the Director of the Music, Liturgy, and the Arts at Virginia Theological Seminary, a program which offers continuing education by means of conferences and symposia, provides a consultancy service for parishes and dioceses, and offers distance learning […]

Dr. James Abbington Presents Highlights of African American Choral Music

Dr. James Abbington presents highlights of African American Choral Music. Dr. James Abbington is Associate Professor of Music and Worship at Candler School of Theology. Dr. Abbington's research interests include music and worship in the Christian church, African American sacred folk music, organ, choral music, and ethnomusicology. Dr. Abbington serves as executive editor of the […]