CHOIR ANTHEMS and Special Music

CPCBA Chancel Choir sings "Many Waters Cannot Quench Love" by Daniel Pinkham from his Wedding Cantata, directed and accompanied by Barbara McKelway

CPCBA Bell Choir plays "Rest," arranged by David Burroughs and directed by Barbara McKelway

CPCBA Chancel Choir sings "If Ye Love Me" by Thomas Tallis, directed by guest organist Barbara McKelway.

"If ye love me, keep my commandments, and I will pray the Father and He shall give you another comforter, that He may 'bide with you forever, even the spirit of truth." John 14:15-17

(Yay! John is back, in full voice and spry step! We missed you!)

Chancel Choir sings "Grant Us Thy Peace" by Felix Mendelssohn, arranged by Walter Ehret.

"Grant us Thy peace, Almighty Lord, Thou source of ev'ry blessing!
Feeble and frail, trust we Thy word, All things in Thee possessing.
In Thee is our hope and safety."

(Welcome back, Ross! The bass section wan't the same without you!)

CPCBA Chancel Choir, accompanied by Music Director Tim Heavner, sings "Nia (Purpose)" composed by Glenn Edward Burleigh from his Nguzo Saba Suite

CPCBA Chancel Choir sings "Dry Bones," a traditional African-American Spiritual, arranged by Mark Hayes

(Welcome to the soprano section Mary Jo! It's great to have you -- and your voice -- with us!)

CPCBA Chancel choir sings Sanctus, based on "Arioso" by J. S. Bach, arranged by Tom Fettke, and accompanied by Sarah Miller on violin

Director of Music Tim Heavner plays offertory music, "Improvisations on HOUSTON."

Worship prelude "Meditation on 'How Good Lord to Be Here'"performed by Director of Music Tim Heavner. Music by J. S. Bach, setting by Donald Rottermund

CPCBA chancel choir sings On Eagles' Wings by Michael Joncas, with Ben H. accompanying on cello
CPCBA Music Director Tim Heavner plays Claude Debussy's Arabesque No. 1 as worship Prelude

For "Music and a Meal" Sunday, Music Director Tim Heavner introduces and plays on piano Claude Debussy's Preludes Book I No. 10, La Cathedrale ongloutie / The Submerged Cathedral

Music Director Tim Heavner plays Church Sonata No. 15 in C Major (K. 336) by Wolfgang Mozart, composed in 1780 at age 24

Chancel choir anthem, Ave Verum Corpus, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (K. 618), composed in 1791 at age 35. For more information on this piece, see

CPCBA Chancel Choir anthem, Hymn of Prayer, words by John Greenleaf Whittier, music by C. H. H. Parry, arranged by S. Livingston Jr.

CPCBA chancel choir sings "As I Went Down to the River to Pray," arranged by Sheldon Curry

Christmas Eve 2017 - Bell Choir - Joy to the World

Rise Up Shepherd and Follow