The south wall of the sanctuary is filled with the resplendence of Japanese gold on top of cinnabar and dark red. An intentional “distressed” effect took place when the surface was washed down.read more
Hans Rookmaaker, Jazz, Blues, and Spirituals. The Origins and Spirituality of Black Music in the United States.
Reviewed by Jonathan Evensread more
by Laurence Mottier
The wings of the bird sweep away all that is cold and arid, dark and desolate. Their red glow tears apart the curtain of our night to let an incredible wave of love stream in.read more
Here you find materials for use in churches, categorized according to the Christian calendar.
There are also materials about the Old and New Testament.read more
How shall we sing the Lord’s songs
in a strange land? The old rhythms,
the melodies of praise, strangle
in our throats and the words
fall to the ground like leaves in autumn.
by Nichlas Schaal and friends
Come, Holy Ghost, Creator blest,
And in our hearts take up thy rest.
Come with thy grace
and heav’nly aid
To fill the hearts which thou hast made.