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Dec 4, 2013
“On Your Toes”
Series: Advent 2012
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  • Dec 4, 2013“On Your Toes”
    Dec 4, 2013
    “On Your Toes”
    Series: Advent 2012
  • Dec 25, 2012Christmas Day 2012
    Dec 25, 2012
    Christmas Day 2012
    Series: Advent 2012
  • Dec 24, 2012“The One True Gift”
    Dec 24, 2012
    “The One True Gift”
    Series: Advent 2012
  • Dec 23, 2012“O Come, King of Nations”
    Dec 23, 2012
    “O Come, King of Nations”
    Series: Advent 2012
  • Dec 16, 2012“O Come, Dayspring”
    Dec 16, 2012
    “O Come, Dayspring”
    Series: Advent 2012
  • Dec 12, 2012“O Come, Key of David”
    Dec 12, 2012
    “O Come, Key of David”
    Series: Advent 2012
  • Dec 9, 2012“O Come, Branch of Jesse”
    Dec 9, 2012
    “O Come, Branch of Jesse”
    Series: Advent 2012
  • Dec 5, 2012“O Come, Adonai”
    Dec 5, 2012
    “O Come, Adonai”
    Series: Advent 2012
    For years we have sung "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel" as part of our Advent journey toward Christmas.  Most of us sang this traditional Advent carol without realizing the context and meaning of the references in the hymn.  In the mid-19th century, John Mason Neale and Henry Sloan Coffin translated the ancient "O Antiphons" and placed them in a metrical setting with a 15th-century French chant tune.  The "O Antiphons" were sung before the canticle of Vespers (the Magnificat) and each stanza built upon a biblical name prophesied for Christ.  We continue our Advent series singing and reflecting upon the next of these antiphons ("O Come, Adonai or Lord") as we build toward the joyful fulfillment in Christmas.
  • Dec 2, 2012“O Come, Wisdom”
    Dec 2, 2012
    “O Come, Wisdom”
    Series: Advent 2012
    For years we have sung "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel" as part of our Advent journey toward Christmas.  Most of us sang this traditional Advent carol without realizing the context and meaning of the references in the hymn.  In the mid-19th century, John Mason Neale and Henry Sloan Coffin translated the ancient "O Antiphons" and placed them in a metrical setting with a 15th-century French chant tune.  The "O Antiphons" were sung before the canticle of Vespers (the Magnificat) and each stanza built upon a biblical name prophesied for Christ.  We begin our Advent series singing and reflecting upon the first of these antiphons ("O Come, Wisdom") as we build toward the joyful fulfillment in Christmas.